Vietnam on Sunday evening confirmed 30 new COVID-19 patients, according to the Ministry of Health. Within today, the country reported a total of 34 new cases and 03 deaths linked to COVID-19.
According to the Ministry of Health, among the new cases, 16 in Da Nang; 09 in Quang Nam Provice, 02 in Dak Lak Province, 01 in Dong Nai province, 01 in Khanh Hoa Province and 01 case in Ha Nam provinces.
All of three people, who passed-away today have complicated underlying health issues and Covid-19 are case 429, a 53-year-old woman; case 534, a 86-year old woman from Quang Nam Province; and 475, a 83 year-old patient.
By Saturday evening, Vietnam has recorded 620 Covid-19 cases, including 247 active patients after 373 have recovered. Now more than 91,000 are in quarantine in the nation.
Vietnam’s coastal city of Danang plans to test its entire population of 1.1 million people for coronavirus infection, the governing authorities said on yesterday, as more than 40 new cases linked to the tourist hot spot were reported across the country, taking total infections to 586, with three deaths.
Most of the new cases are linked to hospitals in Danang city, where the first locally transmitted infection in more than three months was detected last week.
The Health Ministry said on Saturday that up to 800,000 visitors to Danang have left for other parts of the country since July 1, adding that more than 41,000 people have visited three hospitals in the city since.
Local medical officials in Danang have conducted 8,247 coronavirus tests in the city since July 25, when the latest cluster was first detected. Testing capacity will be increased to 8,000-10,000 per day, the governing authorities said.