Two COVID-19 patients at medical facilities in the northern province of Ninh Binh were deemed to have recovered on May 4, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
One is Patient No. 166, who was admitted to the hospital on March 26. The 25-year-old tested negative for SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, on April 21, 23, and 25, and May 2. She is the last of the 10 patients at the Ninh Binh General Hospital. The other, Patient No. 170, was hospitalised on March 28. The man, 27, had tested negative for the virus many times, with the latest being on April 25 and 27 and May 2. He is now in a stable condition, with no fever, cough, or breathing difficulties. He was the only COVID-19 patient at the Kim Son District General Hospital in Ninh Binh. The two will continue to undergo quarantine and health monitoring for 14 days. Vietnam has recorded no new COVID-19 infections within the community for 18 straight days, with the national count now standing at 271. A new patient arrived from the UK at HCM City's Tan Son Nhat International Airport recently and was quarantined upon arrival. Among the active cases, 12 tested negative for the novel coronavirus once and nine twice or more. Some 27,410 people are now under health monitoring or quarantine, of whom 238 are in concentrated quarantine facilities in hospitals, 5,871 at other concentrated facilities, and 21,300 at home or in accommodation.
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