48,717 new COVID-19 cases recorded in Việt Nam

April, 04/2022 - 18:25

A total of 48,717 new COVID cases were reported in Việt Nam on Monday. It is the first time the country has reported less than 50,000 daily infections since February 21.

 

A primary student in Móng Cái City, Quảng Ninh Province, is tested for COVID-19. — VNA/VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI — A total of 48,717 new COVID cases were reported in Việt Nam on Monday. It is the first time the country has reported less than 50,000 daily infections since February 21.

The new transmissions bring the total caseload in Việt Nam to 9,867,045 since the start of the pandemic

Out of the new cases, two were imported and quarantined upon arrival.

Hà Nội still had the highest number of infections, with 5,568, followed by Đắk Lắk (3,925) and Bắc Giang (2,649).

The other areas recording new cases were Yên Bái (2,350), Nghệ An (2,300), Phú Thọ (2,282), Quảng Ninh (1,996), Lào Cai (1,590), Thái Bình (1,432), Vĩnh Phúc (1,408), Tuyên Quang (1.348), Bắc Kạn (1,028), Hưng Yên (991), Thái Nguyên (984), Hải Dương (940), Lạng Sơn (911), Quảng Bình (909), Hà Giang (786), Hà Nam (767), Sơn La (703), Lâm Đồng (679), Cao Bằng (668), Cà Mau (655), Bình Định (649), Hà Tĩnh (640), Quảng Ngãi (627), HCM City (537), Vĩnh Long (536), Đà Nẵng (532), Hòa Bình (498), Bắc Ninh (493), Lai Châu (483), Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu (461), Phú Yên (459), Bình Phước (457), Tây Ninh (454), Điện Biên (424), Đắk Nông (391), Nam Định (387), Quảng Trị (386), Bến Tre (381), Thanh Hóa (368), Ninh Bình (365), Hải Phòng (288), Quảng Nam (264), Thừa Thiên-Huế (237), Trà Vinh (200), Bình Dương (179), Khánh Hòa (150), Bình Thuận (124), Đồng Tháp (85), Long An (85), An Giang (83), Sóc Trăng (83), Bạc Liêu (72), Kon Tum (64), Kiên Giang (32), Đồng Nai (29), Cần Thơ (21), Ninh Thuận (10), Tiền Giang (6) and Hậu Giang (6).

42 COVID-related deaths were also announced.

55,873 patients fully recovered from the virus, bringing the total number of recoveries to 7,843,835.

There are currently 1,942 severe cases being treated in hospital, including 15 on life support. — VNS