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13 COVID-19 patients recover in Quảng Nam Province, total at 768

Update: September, 04/2020 - 16:04

Seven patients have made a full recovery and were released from the Quảng Nam Central General Hospital on September 4. — Photo courtesy of the hospital

QUẢNG NAM — Thirteen more COVID-19 patients have made a full recovery and were released from the Quảng Nam Central General Hospital and the Quảng Nam Regional General Hospital in central Quảng Nam Province on September 4.

They have lifted the country’s total patients to recover from coronavirus to 768.

The recoveries include seven patients at the Quảng Nam Central General Hospital, including Patient 722 (28, living in Duy Trung Commune, Duy Xuyên District); Patient 591 (63, Duy Phước Commune, Duy Xuyên District); Patient 460 (49, residing in Đại Nghĩa Commune, Đại Lộc District); Patient 776 (62, living in Duy Phước Commune, Duy Xuyên District); Patient 671 (33, living in Duy Sơn Commune, Duy Xuyên District); Patient 672 (37, living in Đại Hiệp Commune, Đại Lộc District); and Patient 882 (51, residing in Nam Phước Town, Duy Xuyên District).

Six other cases were released from the Quảng Nam Regional General Hospital, including: Patient 548 (residing in Cẩm An Ward, Hội An City); Patient 721 (residing in Điện Trung Commune, Điện Bàn Town); Patient 858 (living in Thanh Hà Ward, Hội An City); Patient 932 (living in Minh An Ward, Hội An City); Patient 991 (residing in Cẩm Thanh Ward, Hội An City); and Patient 999 (living in Duy Thành Commune, Duy Xuyên District).

All of these patients had four tests results come back negative for SARS-CoV-2. They currently have no cough, no fever, no breathing difficulties and are in a stable health condition.

They will be kept in quarantine and monitored for the next 14 days at the residence, according to regulations of the Ministry of Health.

As of Friday morning, Việt Nam confirmed total 1,046 COVID-19 cases and 35 deaths. The country has reported total 691 COVID-19 community transmission cases, of which 551 cases were reported from new outbreaks since July 25. — VNS

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