Update news Sars-CoV-2
Eleven new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Vietnam in the 12 hours as of 6am on March 2, and all are in northern Hai Duong province, according to the national steering committee for COVID-19 prevention and control.
Vietnam saw 18 new locally-transmitted COVID-19 cases from 6am to 6pm on February 17, all in Hai Duong - the country's current largest hotbed, raising the national count to 2,329.
At 6pm, February 8, the Ministry of Health announced 45 new locally-transmitted cases of Covid-19 in Vietnam, including 3 each in Quang Ninh and Hanoi, 2 in Gia Lai, 25 in Ho Chi Minh City and 12 in Hai Duong.
Vietnam posts no new COVID-19 cases early September 16
Vietnam sees no new COVID-19 cases, total stands at 1,049
Border guards arrest 33 people illegally entering Vietnam
Vietnam attends UN Security Council’s Open Debate on Pandemics and Security
A foreign national has tested mild positive for SARS-CoV-2 after displaying symptoms relating to the deadly virus at FV Hospital in District 7 of Ho Chi Minh City, according to a statement issued by local health officials on July 1.
World Health Organisation (WHO) Representative to Vietnam Kidong Park has said the Vaccine Alliance wants to invite Vietnam to join in research and production of vaccine against SARS-CoV-2.
Vietnam has entered the 72nd day in a row without new COVID-19 infections among the community as of June 27 morning, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Vietnam reported one new imported COVID-19 case on June 13 evening, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 334, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Vietnam has earned the highest trust globally in battling COVID-19, with 95 percent of respondents expressing such a belief in a recent poll by UK data analysis and market research firm YouGov.
Vietnam records one more COVID-19 case
20,000 made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 test kits exported
Female scientists who have successfully isolated the new strain of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, making Vietnam one of the first four countries to successfully isolate this virus, have received the Kovalevskaia Award 2019.
The international community has attributed Vietnam’s remarkable achievements in taking on COVID-19 to the close cooperation between the country’s Government and its people.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) is considering a lung transplant for a British man infected with COVID-19, who was the 91st patient and also the most severe case in the country.