Vietnam posts 3 new imported COVID-19 cases

Update: 10:54 | 06/11/2020
Vietnam recorded three new imported case of COVID-19 between 6pm on November 5 and 6pm on November 6, raising the national count to 1,210, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Vietnam hails role of UN police in peacekeeping missions
Vietnamese firms attend China International Import Expo 2020
vietnam posts 3 new imported covid 19 cases
People leaves a bus to enter quarantine site. (Photo: VNA)

All the three tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease, while in quarantine and are being treated at the Khanh Hoa Hospital of Tropical Diseases.

As of 6 am on November 6, a total of 1,069 COVID-19 patients in Vietnam had recovered. There are no patients in critical conditions, and the death toll remains at 35.

Among the active patients, 18 have tested negative once for the coronavirus, seven twice and five thrice.

Vietnam has entered the 65th straight day without locally-transmitted cases.

As many as 14,064 people who had close contact with COVID-19 patients or came from pandemic-hit areas are now under quarantine nationwide.

An imported case from Oman infected with COVID-19

An imported case from Oman infected with COVID-19

A Vietnamese woman returning from Oman had been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, bringing Vietnam’s coronavirus tally to 1,207, the Ministry of Health said on ...

COVID-19: National tally hits 1,203 after one imported case confirmed

COVID-19: National tally hits 1,203 after one imported case confirmed

An Israeli expert has become Vietnam's latest COVID-19 patient, taking the overall number of coronavirus infections to 1,203, the Health Ministry reported on November 4.

Vietnam yet to receive foreign tourists till year-end due to COVID-19, reaffirms Prime Minister

Vietnam yet to receive foreign tourists till year-end due to COVID-19, reaffirms Prime Minister

Vietnam is yet to stay ready to welcome foreign tourists till the end of the year due to COVID-19 threats, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc ...

(Source: VNA)