Eleven more cases of Covid-19 from National Hospital of Tropical Diseases recovered

Thursday, 2020-04-02 17:33:59
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Eleven more cases of Covid-19 from National Hospital of Tropical Diseases were recovered on April 2.
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NDO – Eleven more patients infected with Covid-19 (coronavirus pneumonia), who were treated at the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases, were announced as recovered at 3pm on April 2.

From these patients cured from the deadly virus, included was a 25-week pregnant woman (the 132nd case) from Long Bien District, Hanoi.

The National Hospital of Tropical Diseases No. 2 is treating 80 cases of infection, including 72 Vietnamese and eight foreigners.

They will continue to be isolated and monitored for the next 14 days.

The 11-year-old British citizen is discharged from hospital.

* Earlier on the same day, Vietnam’s 73rd COVID-19 case, an 11-year-old British citizen, was discharged.

He was hospitalised at the medical centre of Thanh Mien district in the northern province of Hai Duong on March 15.

In addition to the recovered patients, 54 others have tested negative for the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, at least once, and 43 among them have tested negative two or more times.

The customs clearance of goods at Kim Thanh border gate

* Following the direction of the Prime Minister, the Management Board of Lao Cai Economic Zone has made great efforts to ensure Covid-19 prevention and control while avoiding the congestion of goods clearance at the Lao Cai international border gate.

The Kim Thanh international border gate No. 2, a cargo yard of the Viet Trung Logistics Company, has met all relevant conditions on epidemic prevention and control as prescribed by the Ministry of Health and as such has been selected as a transshipment place for imported goods.

Currently, there are over 400 large trucks transporting imported and exported goods through the Kim Thanh border gate every day, with a total volume of about 3,000 tonnes. The total import-export value reaches about US$4 million per day.

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