A medical worker sprays disinfectants at a site under lockdown in Hoa Binh Province. The Hoa Binh Department of Health reported that a man who was suffering from liver cancer died at a concentrated quarantine center – PHOTO: VNA
HCMC – The Hoa Binh Department of Health has reported that a man who was suffering from liver cancer died at a concentrated quarantine center.
The man had close contact with a previously confirmed Covid-19 patient who was linked to K Hospital’s Tan Trieu Campus in Hanoi City, so he was put under quarantine on May 9, the local media reported.
After two days of quarantine, the patient got worse and was transferred to the Hoa Binh City Healthcare Center for treatment on May 11. However, he passed away at the center.
The patient was suffering from end-stage liver cancer and tested negative for Covid-19 once, according to a representative of the provincial Department of Health.
The provincial department is dealing with his body in line with the Ministry of Health’s regulations.
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