On the afternoon of April 6, 11 new cases of Covid-19 were recorded in 4 provinces and cities


On the afternoon of April 6, the Ministry of Health said that Vietnam discovered 11 more cases Covid-19 New (BN2638-2648) are cases immediately isolated after entry in Long An (1), Ca Mau (3), Da Nang (2) and Tay Ninh (5).

Covid-19 translation map- Source: Ministry of Health

– CASE 2638 (BN2638) recorded in Long An: A male patient, 43 years old, is a specialist, of Indian nationality. The patient from India transited Qatar, then entered Tan Son Nhat Airport on flight QR970 on 3-4 and was quarantined immediately after his entry in Long An province. Test result on April 6 was positive for SARS-CoV-2. Currently the patient is isolated and treated at Long An General Hospital Hospital.

– DISEASE 2639 (BN2639) recorded in Ca Mau: A male patient, 32 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in District 11, Ho Chi Minh City.

– CASE 2640 (BN2640) recorded in Ca Mau: A male patient, 18 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Bac Lieu City, Bac Lieu Province.

– CASE 2641 (BN2641) recorded in Ca Mau: A male patient, 27 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Tu Ky district, Hai Duong province. On March 29, BN2639-2641 from the Philippines entered Can Tho Airport on flight VJ2527 and was quarantined immediately after entry in Ca Mau province. The second test result on April 5, 2021 was positive for SARS-CoV-2. Currently, the patients are isolated and treated at the General Hospital of Ca Mau province.

– DISEASE 2642 (BN2642) recorded in Da Nang: A male patient, 23 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Dong Anh district, Hanoi city. On 3-4, the patient from Japan entered Da Nang airport on flight VN5319 and was quarantined immediately after entering Da Nang city. Test results on suspected 4-4 day, day 5-4 positive for SARS-CoV-2. Currently the patient is isolated and treated at Da Nang Lung Hospital.

– DISEASE 2643 (BN2643) recorded in Da Nang: A male patient, 32 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Trang Bang town, Tay Ninh province. On 4-4, patients from Japan entered Da Nang Airport on flight VN311 and was quarantined immediately after entering Da Nang City. Test result on April 5 was positive for SARS-CoV-2. Currently the patient is isolated and treated at Da Nang Lung Hospital.

On the afternoon of April 6, 11 new cases of Covid-19 were recorded in 4 provinces and cities - Photo 2.

More than 36,700 people are on medical quarantine

– DISEASE 2644 (BN2644) recorded in Tay Ninh: A male patient, 28 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa Province.

– DISEASE 2645 (BN2645) recorded in Tay Ninh: A female patient, 17 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa province.

– DISEASE 2646 (BN2646) recorded in Tay Ninh: A male patient, 27 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Dong Da district, Hanoi city.

– CASE 2647 (BN2647) recorded in Tay Ninh: A male patient, 25 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Kien Xuong district, Thai Binh province.

– DISEASE 2648 (BN2648) recorded in Tay Ninh: A female patient, 26 years old, a Vietnamese citizen, address in Dong Da district, Hanoi city.

On 4-4, BN2644-2648 from abroad entered Moc Bai international border gate and was quarantined immediately after entry in Tay Ninh province. Test result on April 6 was positive for SARS-CoV-2. Currently, the patients are isolated and treated at the Ben Cau District Medical Center, Tay Ninh province.

Up to now, the total number of Covid-19 cases in our country is 2,648, of which 1,603 cases of Covid-19 due to domestic infections, of which the number of new cases from January 27 to now is 910 cases.

Total number of people in close contact and entry from epidemic zones under health monitoring (quarantine): 36,701.

During the day, 6 more patients were announced to be cured (BN1737-BN2072-BN2112-BN2443-BN2512-BN2550), increasing the number of cure cases to 2,422 cases. The number of deaths was 35. Among the patients undergoing treatment, 42 had turned 1-3 times negative for SARS-CoV-2.



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