On the afternoon of April 24, the Ministry of Health recorded a positive case of nCoV, a person returning from Japan was isolated in Da Nang.
Case 2833 recorded in Da Nang City, male, 27 years old, address in Trieu Son district, Thanh Hoa province. On April 7, he entered Da Nang International Airport on flight VJ3613, from Japan, on April 23, he tested positive for nCoV. Currently the patient is being treated at Da Nang Lung Hospital.
Thus, today 3 more cases of infection, 26 people were announced cured. Total cases increased to 2,833, number from 2,516. Patients undergoing stable majority treatment, of which 15 tested negative for nCoV once, 13 were negative for the second time, and 20 were negative for the third time.
The total number of people in close contact and entering from the epidemic area under medical quarantine is over 39,000. Of which, the number of isolated people concentrated in the hospital was 518, at other facilities was more than 23,000, the rest isolated at home and at the residence.
About a month, the country did not record new cases in the community, but the number of imported cases increased every day, even more than 25 cases. Since January 27, outbreaks of outbreaks related to Hai Duong and Quang Ninh have been reported so far, the total community infection case has been maintained at 910.
According to the National Immunization Program, on April 23, an additional 46,937 people were vaccinated against Covid-19 vaccine. This is the day with the highest number of injections ever. Thus, a total of 176,037 people were injected in both phase 1 and 2.
People are recommended to continue strictly complying with the 5K requirement, especially wearing masks, not crowding around and strictly complying with epidemic prevention guidelines at offices, offices, factories, factories. production department to ensure working safety.
According to the Center for Responding to the Public Health Events of Vietnam, the world has recorded more than 3 million deaths from Covid-19 out of about 145 million infected. The US is the country most severely affected by the epidemic, followed by India and Brazil.