Thus, in the past 24 hours, Hanoi still leads in the number of infections per day. Today, the number of deaths in Hanoi is also the highest (18 cases), surpassing the number of deaths in Ho Chi Minh City for the first time.
The number of infections nationwide today increased by 279 compared to yesterday, including 3,610 cases detected in isolation or blockade areas (down 502 cases), 12,695 community cases (up 781 cases).
The average number of new infections in the country recorded in the past 7 days is 15,950 cases/day. Up to now, 67 cases of Omicron mutation have been recorded in Vietnam, all of which were isolated immediately after entry at: Ho Chi Minh City 30, Quang Nam 27, Da Nang 3, Thanh Hoa, Khanh Hoa, both 2, Hanoi and Hai Duong, Hai Phong, and Long An are all one.
Today, 139 deaths have been recorded in: Hanoi 18 cases, Ho Chi Minh City 16, Ba Ria – Vung Tau and Can Tho 12, Tien Giang and Kien Giang 10, Soc Trang and Vinh Long 8, Tay Ninh, An Giang and Ben Bamboo 6, Long An and Ca Mau 4, Tra Vinh and Khanh Hoa 3, Binh Duong, Hau Giang, Bac Lieu all 2, Binh Dinh, Dong Nai, Bac Giang, Dak Lak, Dak Nong, Binh Phuoc, Binh Thuan each one.
The average number of deaths recorded in the past 7 days is 195 cases. The total number of deaths in Vietnam so far is 35,480, accounting for 1.8% of the total number of infections.
The total number of deaths in Vietnam ranks 26 out of 224 countries and territories; the number of deaths per million people ranked 130th. Compared to Asia, the total number of deaths ranked 6th out of 49 countries and territories (3rd in ASEAN), the number of deaths per million people ranked 26th. (5th ASEAN).
In the fourth outbreak, the number of domestic infections was 2,001,625 cases, of which 1,715,147 cases were announced to be cured.
Regarding treatment, the number of cured cases per day was 51,744 cases, bringing the total number of cured cases to 1,717,964 cases. The number of critically ill patients being treated is 5,750 cases, of which 4,057 cases of oxygen through a mask, 829 cases of HFNC high-flow oxygen, 134 cases of non-invasive mechanical ventilation, 710 cases of invasive ventilation and 20 cases of ECMO.
Thus, the number of severe cases today increased slightly compared to yesterday, still at a high level.
Since the beginning of the epidemic, Vietnam has had 2,007,862 infections, ranking 28th out of 224 countries and territories, while with the rate of infections per million people, Vietnam ranks 143rd (on average one per million). million people with 20,347 infections).
Localities with high cumulative infections during this outbreak: Ho Chi Minh City 510,968 cases, Binh Duong 292,023, Dong Nai 99,216, Tay Ninh 85,245, Hanoi 84,970 cases.
From April 27, 2021 up to now, 31.3 million samples have been tested, equivalent to 76.1 million turns of people, an increase of 110,482 samples compared to the previous day.
On January 14, there were 1,387,809 doses of vaccine injected. Thus, the total number of doses administered is 166.9 million doses, of which the first injection is 78.5 million doses, the second injection is 72.1 million doses, and the third injection (additional/reinforced injection) is 16.2 million doses.
In the document announcing the translation level of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City just announced, the city continues to be a “green zone” – a low risk level. Thus, this is the second week in a row, the epidemic level of Ho Chi Minh City is level 1.
On January 14, the Department of Health of Ho Chi Minh City issued a document on reorganizing the operation of field hospitals for Covid-19 treatment during the Tet holiday. The number of patients being treated at field hospitals accounts for 10-30% of the hospital bed capacity. However, the Omicron strain has the potential to cause an outbreak of the disease again. In order to create conditions for medical staff involved in the fight against the epidemic to have time to recover, and at the same time be ready to respond when the epidemic situation becomes complicated, from January 19 until further notice. will temporarily suspend the operation of the field hospital collecting Covid-19 treatment numbers 3, 5, 10 and Cu Chi field hospital.
As of 9 a.m. on January 14, the whole city of Hanoi maintained level two (yellow zone), no district or district was at epidemic level 4 (red zone). There are 7 districts/districts/towns at level 3 (orange); 23 districts/districts/towns level 2 (yellow).
Bac Kan province implements a plan to treat F0 at home if the number of patients exceeds the facility’s capacity and facilities to accept treatment.