Việt Nam sees 1,114 new COVID-19 cases, no deaths for third day in a row

May, 28/2022 - 18:16
There have been 1,114 new COVID-19 infections but no deaths recorded over the past 24 hours, according to Saturday report from the health ministry.
 
A woman in the southern province of Bạc Liêu is tested for COVID-19. — VNA/VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI — There have been 1,114 new COVID-19 infections but no deaths recorded over the past 24 hours, according to Saturday's report from the health ministry.

Hà Nội’s increase is still the largest in the country but stays below the 300 threshold with 285 cases, with the remaining infections found in: Vĩnh Phúc (70), Yên Bái (68), Phú Thọ (66), Nghệ An (59), Lào Cai (53), Tuyên Quang (48), Quảng Ninh (48), HCM City (31), Bắc Kạn (31), Thái Nguyên (31), Thái Bình (27), Quảng Bình (22), Hòa Bình (19), Hà Nam (17), Quảng Trị (16), Hưng Yên (16), Nam Định (16), Sơn La (14), Hải Dương (14), Hải Phòng (13), Hà Tĩnh (13), Điện Biên (13), Lâm Đồng (12), Lạng Sơn (12), Hà Giang (12), Lai Châu (11), Ninh Bình (10), Thanh Hóa (10), Cao Bằng (8 ), Thừa Thiên Huế (7), Đà Nẵng (7), Tây Ninh (6), An Giang (5), Hậu Giang (4), Bình Thuận (4), Bình Phước (3), Gia Lai (3), Bắc Giang (3), Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu (2), Bến Tre (2), Đồng Nai (1), Đồng Tháp (1), and Khánh Hòa (1).

Việt Nam’s total number of COVID cases is now 10,716,361, with the seven-day average of new daily cases at 1,256, down by a third from a week ago (1,645 cases last Saturday).

The number of people declared virus-free today is 8,463, over seven times the new cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 9,439,913.

There are currently 189 people in serious or critical conditions.

With no new COVID-19 related fatalities recorded over the past 24 hours, the country’s death toll stays at 43,078, or 0.4 per cent of the caseload.

A total of 220,635,110 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered to date in Việt Nam, including for over 199 million in adults, 17.4 million in children aged 12-17 years, and 4.12 million in children aged 5-11 years. — VNS