Two grandchildren in Hanoi suspect Covid-19

The Hanoi Department of Health on the morning of February 14 recorded two more nCoV-positive cases, the 58-year-old mother and the 8-year-old daughter of “patient 2142”.

Both of these cases live with “patient 2142”. They have not been issued a patient code by the Ministry of Health, so they are still considered suspected cases.

“Patient 2142” was reported to have Covid-19 on February 12, female, born in 1998, a worker at Z153 Factory – Department of Technology, Ministry of Defense (Dong Anh district).

“Patient 2142” is F1 of “patient 1694” (male, 40 years old, from Phuc Dien street, group 1, Xuan Phuong ward, Nam Tu Liem district) and “sick 1695” (male, 34 years old, in Dong district He is also a worker at Z153 factory).

This patient was concentrated in isolation at the B59 Infantry Regiment since January 30, tested once negative. On February 11, the patient was sampled for a second test, with positive results, by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Hanoi. “Patient 2142” is being treated at the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases 2.

Thus, as of the morning of February 14, Hanoi recorded 32 positive cases (30 cases announced by the Ministry of Health), of which 13 cases were in Nam Tu Liem district, 5 cases in Cau Giay district, 5 in Eastern districts. Anh, 5 districts Me Linh, 2 in Hai Ba Trung district, one district Dong Da and one case of Hung Yen were calculated for Hanoi by the Ministry of Health for testing at the Central Lung Hospital in Hanoi.

On the afternoon of February 13, the Ministry of Health stated that the epidemic situation in Hanoi has basically been under control so far, and continues to urgently trace suspected and high-risk groups.

Hanoi has mobilized 10,000 community anti-epidemic teams, continuing to “walk by lane, knock house by house, and examine each object” to find all the epidemiological puzzle pieces in the community.

Sampling for nCoV in Hanoi. Image: Giang Huy.

Le Nga