Eleven COVID-19 patients have recovered and discharged from the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases on Tuesday. — Photo courtesy of the hospital
HÀ NỘI — Another 27 COVID-19 patients have recovered and were discharged from hospitals on April 7, bringing the country’s total to 122 cases being given the all-clear in Việt Nam.
They include seven foreign patients and 20 Vietnamese patients from six health facilities across the country.
This is the second time a large number of COVID-19 patients have been declared as recovered and discharged from treatment facilities in a day in Việt Nam.
Previously, on March 30, the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases also said goodbye to 27 patients who had recovered from COVID-19.
“The 27 patients recovering today are thanks to constant efforts from treatment facilities of Việt Nam, showing significant progress of the health sector in treating COVID-19 patients,” said Lương Ngọc Khuê, deputy head of the Treatment Subcommittee of the Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
At the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases, there are 11 recovered patients, including 10 Vietnamese and a female French citizen. They were the country's 21st, 72nd, 84th, 111th, 116th, 136th, 137th, 192nd, 197th, 200th and 222nd cases. All are in a stable condition.
The recovered patients in full are:
Patient 21, male, 61, living in Ba Đình District, Hà Nội, was admitted to the hospital on March 7. His three tests have been negative for SARS-CoV-2 on March 25, April 1 and 3.
Patient 72, female, 25, French nationality, was admitted to the hospital on March 14. The patient’s test on March 31 had a weak positive result. However, her tests were negative on April 2 and 3.
Patient 84, male, 21, living in Phương Mai Ward, Đống Đa District, Hà Nội, was admitted to the hospital on March 19. The patient’s test showed negative result on March 29 and weak positive result on April 1. His final two tests confirmed negative for SARS-CoV-2 on April 3 and 5.
Patient 111, female, 25, living in Hải Hậu, Nam Định Province, was admitted to the hospital on March 22. Her test results showed a weak positive on March 27 and negative on March 30 and April 3.
Patient 116, male, 29, in Hoài Đức District, Hà Nội, was admitted to the hospital on March 21. His tests showed a positive result on March 27 and negative results on March 30 and April 2.
Patient 136, female, 23, Vietnamese nationality, was admitted to the hospital on March 24. Her test results showed positive on March 28 and negative on March 31 and April 3.
Patient 137, male, 36, living in Yên Thành District, Nghệ An central Province, was admitted to the hospital on March 23. His three tests were negative three times on April 2, 3 and 5.
Patient 192, female, 23, living in Lý Nhân District, Hà Nam Province, was admitted to the hospital on March 29. She tested positive on March 29 and negative on April 1 and 4.
Patient 197, male, 41, living in Thanh Oai District, Hà Nội, was admitted to the hospital on March 30. His tests were negative on March 30, April 4 and 5.
Patient 200, female, 61, living in Đại Từ District, Thái Nguyên Province, was admitted to the hospital on March 29. She tested negative three times on March 29, April 1 and 4.
Patient 222, female, 28, living in Long Biên District, Hà Nội, was admitted to the hospital on March 23. Her tests showed a positive result on March 23 and negative on March 26 and 29.
At the Củ Chi field hospital in HCM City, there are four patients discharged, including two Vietnamese, one American and one Canadian. Patients who were declared cured include: Patient 95 (male, 20, Vietnamese nationality); Patient 96 (female, 21, Vietnamese nationality); Patient 119 (male, 29, United States nationality); and Patient 120 (male, 27, Canadian nationality).
At the Cần Giờ COVID-19 Treatment Hospital, there are four patients, including two Vietnamese patients; one UK and one Brazilian. They include: Patient 98 (Male patient, 34, British national); Patient 142 (male, 26, Vietnamese nationality); Patient 159 (male patient, 33, Brazilian nationality); and Patient 160 (female, 30, Vietnamese nationality).
Patient 150, male, 55, Vietnamese nationality, also has recovered and was discharged from the HCM City Hospital for Tropical Diseases today.
At Huế Central General Hospital, there are two British patients discharged. They are: Patient 30 (female, 66) and Patient 31 (male, 49). The British couple left the hospital on Tuesday morning, meaning there are no more confirmed cases in Huế.
At Sa Đéc Đồng Tháp General Hospital, there are four Vietnamese patients discharged, including a 9-year-old girl. They include: Patient 101 (female, 26); Patient 102 (female, 9); Patient 103 (male, 23); and Patient 104 (female, 33).
Patient 123, female, 17, Vietnamese nationality, also recovered and was discharged from the Bình Đại District Medical Centre in Bến Tre Province today.
All patients will continue to be isolated and monitored for the next 14 days. — VNS