Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered

Soldiers on March 7 morning sprayed disinfectant to sterilise Tran Vu and Truc Bach streets and surrounding areas in Hanoi’s Ba Dinh district after a COVID-19 case was confirmed a day earlier.

The female patient, residing on Hanoi’s Truc Bach street, was tested positive for the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 on March 6 and has been quarantined at the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases.

Hanoi authorities also put a section of Truc Bach street under quarantine.

During a meeting of the city’s steering committee for COVID-19 prevention and control the same day, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung asked relevant agencies to keep a close watch and enhance preventive measures on areas around Hong Ngoc hospital, where the patient previously got medical examination.

The city’s Department of Health made a list of 33 people who had close contact with the patient and 90 others who had close contact with the formers.

Samples of 27 out of the 33 above-said people were tested negative for SARS-CoV-2. Two other suspected infection cases, including the patient’s driver and her aunt, have not had test results yet while the six remainders were waiting for tests.

This is the 17th COVID-19 infection case in Vietnam. The previous 16 patients have been successfully cured and discharged from hospital.

The 26-year-old patient earlier visited her sister in the UK, then travelled to Italy and returned to Hanoi on March 1 on flight VN0054 of Vietnam Airlines.

Relevant units are ordered to verify residence addresses of passengers onboard flight VN0054 and inform local authorities so as to timely quarantine these people and monitor their health in line with regulations.

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered

Soldiers of the Chemistry Army and Military Medicine Department spray disinfectant to sterilise Truc Bach street of Hanoi 

 
Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered


A section of Truc Bach street in Hanoi, where the new COVID-19 patient lives, is sterilised, March 7

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered


Tran Vu and Truc Bach streets and surrounding areas in Hanoi’s Ba Dinh district are sterilized following discover of the 17th COVID case 

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered

Hanoi authorities also put a section of Truc Bach street under quarantine

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered


Soldiers of the Chemistry Army and Military Medicine Department spray disinfectant to sterilise Truc Bach street of Hanoi 

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered


The female patient, residing on Hanoi’s Truc Bach street, was tested positive for the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 on March 6 and has been quarantined at the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered


The city’s Department of Health made a list of 33 people who had close contact with the patient and 90 others who had close contact with the formers. In the photo: Truc Bach street is locked down as concerns of spreading COVID-19 to community

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered


Truc Bach street is locked down as concerns of spreading COVID-19 to community 

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered



An ambulance leaving Truc Bach street on 22 

Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered
Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered
Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered
Hanoi's Truc Bach Street sterilised after COVID-19 patient discovered

Photo: VNA

Vietnam reports two more COVID-19 infection cases

Vietnam reports two more COVID-19 infection cases

Vietnam on March 7 afternoon reported two more COVID-19 infection cases related to a female patient named N.H.N confirmed to be infected with the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 a day earlier, said the Ministry of Health.

 
 

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