Three more positive for SARS-CoV-2 in Vietnam, total rise to 207 patients

Update: 09:08 | 01/04/2020
Vietnam recorded three more COVID-19 cases as of 6pm on March 31, bringing the total number to 207, according to the Health Ministry.
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Of those cases, one was a worker from Truong Sinh Co. Ltd and two others were related to patient No.124.

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A medical worker is disinfecting the environment. (Photo: VNA)

The 205th patient is a 41-year-old worker from Truong Sinh Co.Ltd that supplies services to Bach Mai Hospital.

The 206th patient is a 48-year-old man residing in An Phu ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City. He was the driver of the patient No.124 and No.151. He is being treated at Cu Chi hospital for acute respiratory diseases in good health conditions.

The 207th patient is a Brazilian man residing at Thao Dien ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City. He is the husband of the patient No.151 and colleague of the patient No.124. He is also under treatment at Cu Chi hospital in good health conditions.

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(Source: VNA)