Hanoi (VNA) – Five more patients had recovered from COVID-19 and were discharged from hospitals in Vietnam on June 5, raising the total to 307.
All are Vietnamese who returned home on a repatriation flight from the Russian capital Moscow on May 14.
Three were admitted to the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases in Hanoi on May 18 while the other two were treated at the Hai Duong Provincial General Hospital.
The patients tested negative for the coronavirus two or three times and are in a stable condition, with no fever or cough.
They will continue to be quarantined and monitored for the next 14 days.
Vietnam reported no new COVID-19 cases on the morning of June 5, making it 50 successive days no new infections have been found in the community, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Of the 328 cases, 188 were imported and quarantined upon arrival.
There are currently 8,143 people with close contact to a confirmed case or who entered a pandemic-hit area now in quarantine at hospitals, State-designated quarantine camps, or at home./.VNA
- Six more COVID-19 patients recover, raising the total to 95%
- Only 15 active COVID-19 patients undergoing treatment in Vietnam
- More COVID-19 patients discharged, including a boy of six
- Nine more COVID-19 patients recover
- Over 97% of COVID-19 patients recover
- Two more COVID-19 patients recover, bringing total up to 96%
- One more COVID-19 patient recovered, total up to 330
- Three more COVID-19 patients recover, bringing total up to 305
- Four COVID-19 patients discharged from hospital