Five patients have made a full recovery and were released from the treatment facility of the National Tropical Diseases Hospital on Monday morning. — VNA/VNS Photo
HÀ NỘI — Five more COVID-19 patients have made a full recovery and were released from the treatment facility of the National Tropical Diseases Hospital on Monday morning, lifting the country’s total patients being given the all-clear to 335.
All of the patients are Vietnamese citizens who previously returned home from Sweden, Finland and Kuwait and were sent to isolation areas upon their arrival.
Three patients, including Patient 344 (male, 52) living in Cửa Lò Town of Nghệ An Province, Patient 346 (male, 6) and Patient 348 (male, 39) both living in Từ Liêm District, Hà Nội, were admitted to the hospital on June 19. They all passed two or three tests and all test results came back negative for SARS-CoV-2 from June 25 to 28.
The remaining two patients, Patient 351 (female, 46, residing in Như Xuân District of Thanh Hóa Province) and Patient 352 (female 30, residing in Cẩm Thủy District of Thanh Hóa Province), were admitted to the hospital on June 24. During treatment, the two patients had at least two tests with negative results for SARS-CoV-2 from June 26 to 28.
Currently, the five patients have no fever, no cough or breathing difficulties and are in a stable condition. They will continue to be isolated and monitored for the next 14 days.
As of Monday morning, the health ministry reported no new COVID-19 infection cases in the community over the past consecutive 74 days. Việt Nam has seen a total of 355 cases of COVID-19 and no fatalities. — VNS