The Hanoi Center for Disease Control (CDC) on the evening of July 11 recorded three positive cases of nCoV, including two working at SEI company, Thang Long industrial park, one at North Thang Long Hospital, increasing the number of cases in the country. day 14.
The suspected case at Bac Thang Long Hospital is a 37-year-old female nurse, working at the Department of Infectious Diseases. She participated in the treatment of Covid-19 patients from June 24 to July 7, and tested positive for nCoV on July 11. The Department of Health said that three people who had close contact with the female nurse were isolated and tested.
Two cases include female, 30 years old in Mai Chau, Dai Mai, Dong Anh and the second is female, 27 years old, address 3, Hau Duong, Kim Chung, Dong Anh. Both cases are from the same Mounting workshop, which is the F1 of “patient 28475” and 28476. They have been isolated since July 5 at the company and tested negative for the first time.
On July 10, both were tested negative for the second time and transferred to concentrated isolation at Hanoi College of Technology and Economics, Soc Son district. On July 11, they showed symptoms and were tested positive for the third time by Soc Son Medical Center (performed by CDC).
CDC Hanoi afternoon 11/7 announced 11 positive cases of nCoV, including 10 people returning from Ho Chi Minh City on flights on 4/7, 5/7 and one flight to Da Nang.
2 cases including female, 54 years old in Thai Hoa, Hoa Xa, Ung Hoa, from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi on flight VN 216 on July 5 with 6 other people, tested positive for nCoV; male, 40 years old in Dinh Cong, Hoang Mai, on 6/7 from Hanoi to Da Nang on flight VN171 with one F0.
Of the other 9 cases, there were 5 cases on flight QH244 from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi around 13:30 on July 4 (seated from 19C to 19F). All 5 cases are male, age 30-58, in Bui Thi Xuan, Nguyen Du, Hai Ba Trung. The remaining 4 cases are located in Hoa Voi village, Quoc Oai town, Quoc Oai (Hanoi), including 2 men and 2 women, including two 8-year-old and 6-year-old children. They are members of the same family living in Ward 2, District 10, from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi on flight VN266 on July 2.
These cases have not been assigned codes by the Ministry of Health, considered as suspected infections.
Thus, from July 5 to now, Hanoi has recorded 50 positive cases, of which 15 are related to Ho Chi Minh City. Previously, the Hanoi CDC recommended that all people returning from Ho Chi Minh City need to be isolated for 7 days according to regulations. In particular, those who have returned from July 1 to now have a high risk of infection, and need close supervision to take samples for testing.
Currently, Hanoi has tested all people returning from Ho Chi Minh City from June 23. As of this morning, there have been 6,365 cases from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi recorded in 30 districts, towns.
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