No new Covid-19 cases in Vietnam on May 21 morning
Vietnam began Thursday morning with no new Covid-19 infection, also recording the 35th straight day without community transmission of the novel coronavirus. The nation’s Covid-19 tally stands at 324 as updated Monday evening. Of these, 60 are active patients and the other 264 have recovered. Of the total number of infections, 184 were imported and the rest caused by community transmission, of which there has been no instance since April 16.
No new Covid-19 cases in Vietnam on May 20 morning
With no new case confirmed, Wednesday morning marked day 34 that Vietnam has begun without a new coronavirus infection caused by community transmission. The nation's Covid-19 tally now stands at 324, with 60 active and 264 having recovered. The latest recovery of a relapsed patient was confirmed Tuesday evening.
No new cases reported on Tuesday morning
With no new case Tuesday morning, Vietnam began day 33 without any community transmission of the Covid-19 virus. The nation’s Covid-19 count stands at 324 after four - two flight attendants on a repatriation flight from Russia and two students repatriated from the U.S. - were added Monday evening. Of these, 61 are active and 263 have recovered, including three Vietnamese patients confirmed free of the novel coronavirus Monday.
No new cases recorded on Monday morning
The Health Ministry confirmed no new Covid-19 patients Monday morning, marking the 32nd consecutive day that there's no community transmission of the disease. Vietnam’s Covid-19 count now stays at 320, including 60 active patients. The rest have all recovered. In the past 24 hours, two new cases were added, and both are Vietnamese citizens returning from Russia via a repatriation flight.