Five COVID-19 patients have made a full recovery and were released from the treatment facility of the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases on Tuesday morning. — Photo courtesy of the hospital
HÀ NỘI — Five more COVID-19 patients recovered and were released from the treatment facility of the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases on Tuesday morning, bringing the country’s total cases given the all-clear to 365.
They are all Vietnamese citizens, including four men and a woman, who returned home from Bangladesh on July 3. They were sent to quarantine in Bỉm Sơn District, Thanh Hóa Province after their arrival at Vân Đồn International Airport in Quảng Ninh Province.
They include: Patient 358 (male, 56, residing in Long Biên District, Hà Nội); Patient 361 (male, 32, residing in Krông Pa District, Gia Lai Central Highland Province); Patient 365 (male, 36, residing in Yên Định District, Thanh Hóa Province); Patient 366 (male, 45, residing in Lâm Thao District, Phú Thọ Province); and Patient 369 (female, 30, living in District 11, HCM City).
They all were admitted to the hospital on July 5. During treatment, they had two tests and all tests came back negative for SARS-CoV-2.
Currently, they have no fever, no chest pain, no shortness of breath, no cough, regular heart beats, well ventilated lungs and are in stable condition.
The five patients will continue to be isolated and monitored at the hospital for the next 14 days.
On Tuesday morning, Việt Nam reported 12 new COVID-19 imported cases, bringing the country’s total patients with coronavirus to 396 and no fatalities. No COVID-19 community transmission cases have been reported over the past 96 days in Việt Nam. — VNS