26,487 more infections, community cases increase again

Out of 26,487 infections announced by the Ministry of Health on February 11, there were 26,471 cases in 62 provinces and cities; 96 deaths; the number of community infections increased

In the past 24 hours, 17,703 cases were detected in isolation or blockade areas (down 56 cases), 8,768 cases in the community (increased 504 cases). The localities that recorded the highest number of infections compared to the previous day included Bac Ninh (311), Thai Nguyen (241), Ninh Binh (227).

The average number of new infections in the country recorded in the past 7 days is 20,203 cases/day.

From 17:30 on February 10 to 17:30 on February 11, recorded 96 deaths. In Hanoi 14; Kien Giang 10; Binh Dinh 6; Hoa Binh, Vinh Long 5; Ba Ria Vung Tau, Can Tho 4; Dong Nai, Dong Thap, Nghe An, Quang Ngai, Thai Nguyen, Vinh Phuc 3; Ben Tre, Da Nang, Gia Lai, Hai Phong, Hau Giang, Lang Son, Phu Yen, Quang Nam, Soc Trang 2; Binh Thuan, Cao Bang, Dak Lak, Lam Dong, Phu Tho, Quang Binh, Tay Ninh, Thanh Hoa, Thua Thien Hue each. In Ho Chi Minh City 3, including 2 cases from Long An and Dong Thap moved to.

The average number of deaths recorded in the past 7 days is 89. The total number of deaths in Vietnam so far is 38,688, accounting for 1.6% of the total number of infections.

The total number of deaths in Vietnam ranks 24 out of 225 countries and territories; The number of deaths per million population ranks 129th. Compared to Asia, the total number of deaths in Vietnam ranks 6th out of 49 countries and territories (3rd in ASEAN), mortality rate per million. 24th place (4th in ASEAN).

In the fourth wave of the epidemic, the number of domestic infections was 2,450,024, of which 2,209,852 were declared cured.

Up to now, Vietnam has recorded 225 Omicron infections in: Ho Chi Minh City 125, Quang Nam 27, Quang Ninh 20, Hanoi 14, Khanh Hoa 11, Da Nang 8, Hung Yen 6, Kien Giang 4, Thanh Hoa and Hai Yang 2; Hai Phong, Long An, Ba Ria – Vung Tau, Binh Duong, Lam Dong, Ninh Binh have one shift each.

Since the beginning of the epidemic, Vietnam has recorded 2,457,170 infections, ranking 34 out of 225 countries and territories, while with the rate of infections per million people, Vietnam ranks 145th (on average per million people). 1 million people have 24,883 infections).

Localities with high cumulative infections during this outbreak: Ho Chi Minh City 515,369 cases, Binh Duong 293,145, Hanoi 162,643, Dong Nai 100,022, Tay Ninh 88,690 cases.

Regarding treatment, the number of recovered patients in a day was 6,075 cases, bringing the total number of cured cases to 2,212,669 cases. The number of critically ill patients being treated is 2,586, of which there are 1,843 cases of oxygen through a mask, 300 cases of HFNC high-flow oxygen, 81 cases of non-invasive mechanical ventilation, 345 cases of invasive mechanical ventilation and 17 cases of ECMO.

Thus, the number of critically ill patients is increasing.

The number of tests from April 27, 2021 to now is more than 32.5 million samples, equivalent to 77.6 million turns of people, an increase of 93,909 samples compared to the previous day.

On February 10, 704,066 doses of Covid-19 vaccine were injected. The total number of doses administered is more than 184.8 million, of which the first injection is more than 79.1 million, the second injection is more than 74.6 million, the third injection (additional/reinforced injection and the third dose) basal dose) is more than 31 million doses.

The Ministry of Health continues to direct provinces and cities to organize the implementation of spring vaccination campaigns in their localities to ensure effectiveness and safety. to waste vaccines.

Strengthen supervision and early detection of suspected cases of Covid-19 infection in the community, cases with symptoms of cough and fever to promptly localize, isolate and thoroughly handle the outbreak to prevent spread. wide outbreaks; at the same time, well implementing medical activities, avoiding cross-contamination in isolation and blockade areas.

Thuy An


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