On the morning of February 23, the Ministry of Health recorded 3 more nCoV-positive cases in Hai Duong, bringing the total number of infections in this province to 620.
New cases were recorded from numbers 2393 to 2395, are the F1 cases related to the outbreak in Kim Lien commune, Kim Thanh district – the 6th outbreak in Hai Duong, which has been concentrated previously. Currently, patients are being treated at Field Hospital No. 2, Hai Duong Medical Technical University.
Total from January 28 to February 23, the Ministry of Health recorded 803 community infections, in 13 provinces including Hai Duong (620), Quang Ninh (60), Ho Chi Minh City (36), Hanoi (35) , Gia Lai (27), Binh Duong (6), Bac Ninh (5), Hai Phong (4), Dien Bien (3), Hoa Binh, Hung Yen and Bac Giang 2 shifts each, Ha Giang one shift.
Across the country, the total number of infections to date is 2,395, out of 1,717. The death toll from Covid-19 was 35, with four deaths after three to four negative tests. The rest of the patients remained healthy, of which 69 people tested negative for nCoV once, 39 were negative for the second time, and 55 were negative for the third time.
The total number of people in close contact and entry from the epidemic zone is more than 107,000. In which, the isolation concentrated in the hospital nearly 600; Concentrated quarantine nearly 13,000, the rest are at home or in accommodation.
The Ministry of Health recommends that people continue to strictly comply with the 5K requirement, especially wearing masks, not gathering people and strictly complying with epidemic prevention guidelines at offices, offices, factories, and factories. , production facilities ensure working safety. The units strengthened the inspection and examination and required strict handling of violations.
According to the Center for Emergency Response to the Public Health Events of Vietnam, the world has recorded more than 2.4 million deaths from Covid-19 among more than 112 million infected people. In which about 87 million cases have been recovered, equivalent to a cure rate of about 78%. The US is the country most severely affected by the epidemic, followed by India and Brazil.