On the evening of August 14, Dr. Nguyen Van Dinh, Director of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Nghe An, said that through testing, 11 more positive cases of SARS-CoV-CoV were detected in Nghe An province. 2.
Functional forces blockaded Vinh wholesale market after detecting cases of Covid-19
Specifically, there are 3 cases related to Vinh wholesale market, that is the case of Mrs. LTTX (SN 1979), selling fruit at Vinh wholesale market. Currently residing in block 6, Cua Nam ward, Vinh city. On August 13, Mrs. X. felt tired and coughed. On the morning of August 14, there was a fever, then called LABVIET testing service to do a quick test for 2 times positive for SARS-CoV-2.
Immediately after receiving the notice of LABVIET staff about the positive rapid test case for SARS-CoV-2, CDC proceeded to collect samples for testing, until 16:50 on August 14, the results confirmed positive for SARS. -CoV-2.
The second case is Ms. HTTM (SN 2002, daughter of Ms. X., residing at the same address). On August 14, after Ms. X. had a positive rapid test result, Ms. M. was sampled by CDC for positive results for SARS-CoV-2.
The third case is Mr. TBT (SN 1970), working as a driver. Permanent address of Long Chau urban area, Vinh Tan ward, Vinh city. Mr. T. is a delivery driver for patients with LTTX. On August 14, after receiving information that Ms. LTTX had a positive rapid test result, Mr. T. was sampled by CDC for a positive test result for SARS-CoV-2.
Regarding the above positive cases of SARS-CoV-2, on the afternoon of August 14, the functional forces urgently blocked Vinh wholesale market. Small businesses are required to “no inside, no outside” to take samples for testing. After taking samples, traders are asked to go home and minimize contact with others while waiting for results.
In addition, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on August 14, in Nghe An, eight more cases were recorded in Quynh Luu, Ky Son and Nghi Loc districts with positive results for SARS-CoV-2. Thus, from June 13 to now, Nghe An province has recorded 495 patients with Covid-19.