Another 16,948 cases of Covid-19

The average number of new infections in the country recorded in the past 7 days is 15,479 cases/day.

New cases in Hanoi (2,045), Hai Phong (1,804), Vinh Long (1,280), Tay Ninh (946), Binh Phuoc (782), Khanh Hoa (780), Ca Mau (619), Binh Dinh (576) ), Hai Duong (545), Bac Lieu (464), Tra Vinh (452), Bac Ninh (403), Ho Chi Minh City (384), Thua Thien Hue (350), Can Tho (293), Lam Dong (240) , An Giang (235), Hung Yen (223), Quang Ninh (219), Da Nang (202), Dak Lak (185), Hau Giang (184), Soc Trang (171), Kien Giang (169) An (162), Ha Giang (148), Hoa Binh (147), Gia Lai (146), Binh Duong (145), Quang Tri (143), Lang Son (141), Dong Thap (140), Dong Nai ( 139), Quang Nam (127), Ben Tre (120), Phu Yen (119), Thanh Hoa (117), Tien Giang (115), Quang Ngai (112), Dak Nong (105), Ninh Binh (99) , Nam Dinh (93), Vinh Phuc (92), Bac Giang (90), Ha Nam (85), Thai Nguyen (80), Ba Ria – Vung Tau (72), Thai Binh (69), Phu Tho (65) ), Quang Binh (55), Kon Tum (54), Long An (51), Son La (50), Ninh Thuan (49), Cao Bang (46), Lao Cai (41), Bac Kan (39), Tuyen Quang (24), Binh Thuan (22), Dien Bien (21), Yen Ba i (20), Lai Chau (11), Ha Tinh (9).

Today recorded 221 deaths in: Ho Chi Minh City (30), Dong Nai (41 cases in 02 days), An Giang (17), Vinh Long (16), Dong Thap (15), Can Tho (15), Tien Giang (11), Hau Giang (9), Tay Ninh (8), Hanoi (8), Soc Trang (7), Binh Duong (7), Kien Giang (7), Ba Ria – Vung Tau (6) , Khanh Hoa (5), Bac Lieu (4), Binh Thuan (3), Ca Mau (3), Nam Dinh (2), Tra Vinh (2), Nghe An (1), Dak Lak (1), Ha Giang (1), Gia Lai (1), Long An (1).

The average number of deaths recorded in the past 7 days is 224 cases. The total number of deaths in Vietnam so far is 32,831, accounting for 1.9% of the total number of infections.

The total number of deaths in Vietnam ranks 26th out of 224 countries and territories, the number of deaths per million population ranks 131st. Compared with Asia, the total number of deaths in Vietnam ranks first. 6 out of 49 countries and territories (3rd in ASEAN), with the death rate per million people, ranked 26th (5th in ASEAN).

In the fourth wave, the number of domestic infections was 1,757,254, of which 1,369,879 were declared cured.

Regarding treatment, the number of recovered patients in a day was 14,420 cases. The total number of cured cases reached 1,372,696 cases. The number of critically ill patients being treated is 6,746 cases, of which 4,771 cases of mask oxygen, 988 cases of HFNC high-flow oxygen, 148 cases of non-invasive mechanical ventilation, 815 cases of invasive mechanical ventilation and 24 cases of ECMO.

Since the beginning of the epidemic, Vietnam has recorded 1,763,040 infections, ranking 31 out of 224 countries and territories, while with the rate of infections per million people, Vietnam ranks 138th (on average per one per million). million people with 17,878 cases).

Localities with high cumulative infections during this outbreak: Ho Chi Minh City (504,197), Binh Duong (290,921), Dong Nai (98,060), Tay Ninh (77,002), and Hanoi (49,631).

Up to now, 20 cases of Covid-19 caused by the Omicron variant have been recorded in Vietnam, all of which were isolated immediately after entry in Hanoi (1), Quang Nam (14), and Ho Chi Minh City (5).

Regarding testing, the number of tests from April 27 to now has been 30.4 million samples, equivalent to 75 million people, an increase of 83,487 samples compared to the previous day.

Regarding vaccination, on January 1, 592,352 doses of vaccine were administered. Thus, the total number of doses injected is 152.8 million doses, of which the 1st injection is 77.7 million doses, the 2nd dose is 69 million doses, the 3rd injection (additional/reinforced injection and the 3rd dose of the vaccine) vaccine Abdala) is 6 million doses.

The Ministry of Health continues to closely monitor the epidemic situation caused by the new strain Omicron; regularly discuss with the World Health Organization to update information, timely and accurately about this mutation; Directing localities to strengthen epidemic prevention and control measures; especially the inspection and strict handling of organizations and individuals violating regulations on epidemic prevention and control.


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