Việt Nam records 49,124 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday

April, 06/2022 - 18:25
Việt Nam recorded 49,124 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, all locally transmitted, according to the Ministry of Health.

 

Students in Hà Nội from the first to sixth grade returned to school on Wednesday. —VNA/VNS Photo 

HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam recorded 49,124 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, all locally transmitted, according to the Ministry of Health.

The new figure brings the national tally to 9,980,464 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.

Hà Nội still topped the country in terms of new daily infections, with 4,037 patients. 

The other new cases were reported in Nghệ An (2,302), Phú Thọ (2,257), Yên Bái (2,230), Bắc Giang (2,160), Đắk Lắk (2,064), Quảng Ninh (1,968), Lào Cai (1,760), Vĩnh Phúc (1,590), Quảng Bình (1,494), Bắc Kạn (1,406), Bắc Ninh (1,357), Lạng Sơn (1,287), Tuyên Quang (1,167), Thái Bình (1,115), HCM City (1,075), Cao Bằng (997), Thái Nguyên (977), Hải Dương (945), Hưng Yên (942), Hà Giang (902), Vĩnh Long (819), Sơn La (787), Lai Châu (781), Lâm Đồng (765), Quảng Trị (718), Bến Tre (702), Tây Ninh (691), Hà Tĩnh (651), Cà Mau (638), Hòa Bình (612), Bình Định (593), Hà Nam (570), Nam Định (569), Ninh Bình (563), Đà Nẵng (539), Bình Phước (526), Điện Biên (506), Bình Dương (413), Thừa Thiên Huế (399), Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu (352), Phú Yên (312), Đắk Nông (276), Hải Phòng (271), Thanh Hóa (268), Quảng Nam (248), Trà Vinh (224), Bình Thuận (218), Khánh Hòa (184), Kiên Giang (162), An Giang (146), Đồng Nai (136), Bạc Liêu (114), Long An (108), Sóc Trăng (78), Kon Tum (47), Ninh Thuận (35), Đồng Tháp (32), Cần Thơ (17), Hậu Giang (17) and Tiền Giang (5).

The country reported a further 31 COVID-19 related deaths, bringing the total number of fatalities to 42,712.

An additional 130,273 patients were announced to have made a full recovery on Wednesday, putting the total number of recoveries at 8,277,563 since the pandemic began.

Việt Nam has so far administered more than 207 million doses of COVID vaccines. — VNS