As of February 17, there had been 16 cases of the COVID-19 infection in Vietnam, of which seven patients had been successfully cured and discharged from hospital, according to the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control. That leaves a further nine patients who remain in quarantine and are currently being treated in health facilities ranging from local districts to central levels. Of the group, six patients have made a full recovery from the disease, with their test results coming back negative for the Covid-19 on two separate occasions. The group includes two patients who are being treated at the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases in Dong Anh district, in addition to four patients at the Binh Xuyen District Health Center in the northern province of Vinh Phuc. All six of the patients are expected to receive a discharge on February 18, increasing the total number of people who have been cured of the COVID-19 in Vietnam to 13 out of a total of 16 cases. The remaining three patients includes a three-month-old child that is receiving treatment at the National Hospital of Pediatrics with the first test result coming back negative for the COVID-19 on February 14. The… Read full this story
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