30 people returning from Wuhan exit quarantine facility

Update: 10:57 | 03/03/2020
Thirty Vietnamese citizens returning home from China’s Wuhan exited the Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases on Monday afternoon after 21-day quarantine.
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A woman and his son are happy to go home after completing 21-day quarantine at the Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases. (Photo: VGP)

They include six children aged between 8 months to 14 years and a pregnant woman.

Pham Ngoc Thach, Director of the hospital said all of them were tested negative for the COVID-19.

On February 10, a Vietnam Airlines' flight carrying them landed at the Van Don airport in the northern province of Quang Ninh.

Right after the arrival, Vietnamese competent agencies quickly conducted antiseptic measures and medical tests in accordance with requirements on disease prevention.

They were then taken to the Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases for quarantine.

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(Source: VGP)