Over 12,400 COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours
A medical worker in Hanoi takes swab samples from a man for COVID-19 testing. (Photo: NDO/Duy Linh)
NDO/VNA – The Healthy Ministry confirmed additional 12,420 COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours till 5pm on September 9, including 21 imported and 12,399 domestic ones.
Among the local infections, Ho Chi Minh City reported 5,549, Binh Duong 4,531, Dong Nai 880, Long An 412, Tay Ninh 161, Kien Giang 135 and Tien Giang 115. The capital city of Hanoi had 35 cases. There were 6,138 infections detected in the community on the day.
Vietnam has so far recorded 576,096 cases, ranking 50th out of 222 countries and territories in the number of infections.
Nine provinces have gone through 14 consecutive days without new infections, including Bac Kan, Tuyen Giang, Lai Chau, Hoa Binh, Yen Bai, Ha Giang, Thai Nguyen, Dien Bien, Vinh Phuc.
Up to 12,523 were given the all-clear from the virus the same day, raising the total recoveries to 338,170. Meanwhile, 272 were reported dead, bringing the total death toll to 14,470, or 2.5% of the total infections and 0.4% higher than the world’s average.
Since April 27, over 41.4 million people have tested for the virus.
Also on September 8, 778,673 shots of vaccine were administered, raising the total to 24,781,185, including 20,591,403 first and 4,189,782 second shots.
- How green financing in Vietnam will be promoted for sustainable growth?
- Vietnam’s Central beach city is getting ready to to welcome back fully vaccinated foreign tourists
- Macron says France will double the COVID shots it sends to poor nations - AFP
- Invite each other to check-in the most beautiful and famous camping sites in Vung Tau
- What’s Landscape of Vietnam Medical Education Market?
Vietnamese aquatic products, fruits introduced at food exhibition in Russia
Petrol prices rise from September 25
Lang Son hosts conference to connect consumption of black jelly products
MPI to submit post-pandemic economic recovery scheme in October
Teleconference between Government, businesses to take place this weekend