21 more patients cleared of COVID-19, total recovered patients increase to 198

Update: 16:48 | 17/04/2020
The Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control has announced 21 more patients have been cleared of COVID-19, raising total number of recovered patients to 198.
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Three patients who have been cleared of COVID19 exit hospital in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh this morning.

The latest recovered patients include 17 people who have been treated at the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Ha Noi’s Dong Anh District.

Patient 108 is a 19-year old man from Ha Noi’s Cau Giay District, hospitalized on March 21.

Patient 128 is a 20-year old man from Le Chan District of the northern port city of Hai Phong, hospitalized on March 24.

Patient 135 is a 65-year old woman from the northern province of Lai Chau, hospitalized on March 25.

Patient 139 is a 24-year old woman from Ha Noi’s Hai Ba Trung District, hospitalized on March 23.

Patient 169 is a 47-year old woman from Ha Noi’s Dong Da District, hospitalized on March 28.

Patient 172 is a 35-year old woman from Ha Noi’s Quoc Oai District, hospitalized on March 25.

Patient 173 is a 43-year old woman from Phuc Yen District of the northern province of Vinh Phuc, hospitalized on March 27.

Patient 174 is a 57-year old woman from Phu Luong District of the northern province of Thai Nguyen, hospitalized on March 28.

Patient 183 is a 43-year old woman from Ha Noi’s Cau Giay District, hospitalized on March 29.

Patient 191 is a 36-year old woman from Hung Ha District of the northern province of Thai Binh, hospitalized on March 30.

Patient 213 is a 40-year old woman from Ha Noi’s Thanh Oai District, hospitalized on March 30.

Patient 217 is a 25-year old woman from Nam Dan District of the central province of Nghe An, hospitalized on April 1.

Patient 219 is a 59-year old woman from Van Lam District of the northern province of Hung Yen, hospitalized on March 25.

Patient 221 is a 24-year old woman from Ha Noi’s Hoan Kiem District, hospitalized on March 29.

Patient 223 is a 29-year old woman from Hai Hau District of the northern province of Nam Dinh, hospitalized on March 26.

Patient 2442 is a 34-year old woman from Cam Xuyen District of the central province of Ha Tinh, hospitalized on April 6.

Patient 251 is a 64-year old man from Binh Luc District of the northern province of Ha Nam, hospitalized on April 9.

One of the rest has been treated at Nho Quan District Hospital in the northern province of Ninh Binh. The patient numbered 229 is a 30-year old woman, hospitalized on April 2.

The last three numbered 105, 106 and 144 have been treated at the Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases Hospital in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh.

All of they will continue to be medically monitored for the next 14 days as regulated.

So far, Vietnam confirmed 268 COVID-19 infection cases, of whom 252 have been reported since March 6.

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(Source: VGP)