Five more women with COVID-19 have made a full recovery at the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases. — Photo courtesy of the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases.
HÀ NỘI — Five women who tested positive for COVID-19 were given the all-clear on Saturday after making a full recovery.
The patients, four Vietnamese locals and one Danish woman, have been discharged from the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases.They will now be quarantined for two weeks.
The total amount of patients recovered now stands at 225.
Patient 167, a 20-year-old Danish visitor, was admitted to the hospital on March 24. Her latest tests came back negative on April 20 and 23.
Patients 176 and 195, both work at Trường Sinh Company which provides services for the Bạch Mai General Hospital in Hà Nội.
Patient 176, a 38-year-old woman living in Hưng Hà District, Thái Bình, was admitted to the hospital on March 28. Patient 195, who is 41-years-old, lives in Yên Sở Ward, Hoàng Mai District, Hà Nội. She was admitted to hospital on March 30.
They both tested negative twice between April 20 and 24.
The other two Vietnamese women, patients 253 and 258, are both from the Mê Linh District of Hà Nội, another area identified as a coronavirus hotspot.
The five women will continue to be isolated and monitored for the next 14 days, according to the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases.
As of April 22, Việt Nam has seen a total of 270 cases of COVID-19 and no fatalities. — VNS