Health

The number of Covid-19 cases in Hanoi sets a new peak


The Hanoi Center for Disease Control (CDC) on the evening of December 2 recorded 509 new infections in 24 hours, an increase of 40 cases compared to yesterday, the highest in the 4th epidemic.

The Ministry of Health tonight announced 499 new infections in Hanoi. Thus, a number of cases today in the capital have not been given patient codes.

Of the infections today, there are 233 community cases, 198 in isolation areas and 78 in blockade areas. Thus, the number of community cases increased by 21 cases compared to yesterday.

Regarding treatment, according to the general news website of the Department of Medical Examination and Treatment, the Ministry of Health, as of 5pm on December 2, Hanoi had 4,203 cases being treated at 11 hospitals, of which 30 were on oxygen, including oxygen. a ventilator case.

The number of infections in Hanoi from November 1 to now. Chart: Hanoi Health Department

Community cases are distributed in 29 districts, including: Dong Da 52, Gia Lam 20, Soc Son 15, Thanh Xuan 14, Ha Dong 12, Bac Tu Liem and Hoai Duc 11, Thuong Tin 10, Ba Dinh and Thanh Tri 9, My Duc 8, Hoan Kiem and Nam Tu Liem 7, Chuong My and Dan Phuong 6, Phuc Tho and Thanh Oai 5, Hai Ba Trung and Quoc Oai 4, Hoang Mai, Me Linh, Tay Ho all 3, Long Bien and Ung Hoa 2, Ba Vi, Cau Giay, Dong Anh, Thach That, and Son Tay are all one.

The total number of cases in Hanoi during the 4th outbreak (from April 27 to now) is 11,575, of which the number of community cases is 4,672, the number of cases is 6,903 people who have been isolated.

On December 1, the Ministry of Health issued guidelines for classifying the risk of people infected with Covid-19 and measures for isolation and treatment. In particular, the low-risk group receiving care at home is people infected with Covid-19 under 49 years old, have had enough vaccines, have no abnormal health and have not detected any underlying diseases. F0 is isolated, treated at home will be monitored and managed by health stations, medical staff, volunteers…; receive psychological support, nutrition, exercise, continuous health monitoring, risk assessment. F0 is also provided with home care packages such as antiviral drugs, vitamins, necessities…

Thuy Quynh