Vietnam records first death of the Novel Corona-virus

For a country which has recorded hundreds of Covid-19 cases and has just recorded its first death, though calls for concern but also commendations. The death of the 70 years old man from the central city of Hoi An has put a stop to the short-lived glory of zero death of the country.

There has not been any new infection cases for more than three months before an outbreak was reported earlier this week in the nearby resort of Da Nang. The Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc warned that every province and city in the country should take precautionary measures following the outbreak in Da Nang: “we have to act more swiftly and more fiercely in order to control the outbreak”.

Before a confirmed case in the country, Vietnam has closed its borders early to almost all travelers except to its citizens returning from other countries with even 14 days mandatory quarantining and testing. By acting quickly in shutting their borders, the country was ahead of the infections and its spread and there has not been any local transmissions since mid-April.


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