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|Governmental Officers sprayed for disinfecting at Truc Bach Str (Hanoi) after the Covid-19 case 17 confirmed there. (Source: ttvn.vn)|
Vietnam has just confirmed the Covid -19 case 31 infection on 9 March, 16 amongst recovered and 15 new cases confirmed from 6 March.
Facing the new disease development, Associate professor.Dr Tran Dac Phu - former Director of General Department of Preventive Medicine, Senior official of Pubic medical emergency response Center said that all infectious cases from oversea or widespreading were predictably prepared.
"Vietnam is very clear in disease annoucement and predictably prepares for any cases happened. The spreading sources were found out for timely quarantine" he said.
He also emphasizes that it is believabe in Hanoi's safeguarding for our well-being against Covid-19 through quickly finding out infectious sources and keeping them in strict quarantine as well as performing medical professional well. .
He suggested:" People return from oversea must exactly declare their health under regulations and residents should not make anxiety disorder and follow the official information from governmental agencies for correctly preventive instructions and regulations":
According to the report of Hanoi Department of Health, initially 130 people have been confirmed in direct contact with the case 17 (F1), 226 indirectly did (F2) with 52 specimens taken. The authorities have also tested 66 households with 189 residents and 148 specimens in Truc Bach ward.
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