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Thanh Hoa: Female nCoV patient discharged from hospital

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00:08 | 04/02/2020

A female Vietnamese patient who was infected by the novel coronavirus has been discharged from Thanh Hoa General Hospital on February 3 after undergoing 10 days of isolation in addition to follow-up treatment.

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Female nCoV patient in Thanh Hoa discharged from hospital. Photo: VOV

According to reports by doctors, two test results belonging to the patient from Yen Dinh district of Thanh Hoa province came back negative for nCoV following 10 days of isolation, strict supervision, and treatment at Thanh Hoa General Hospital.

Le Van Sy, Director of Thanh Hoa General Hospital, stated that the hospital had isolated and treated the patient in an effective manner in line with the Ministry of Health’s medical instructions, noting that the woman displayed no signs of fever for five days whilst her biochemical test parameters were within the normal limits.According to reports by doctors, two test results belonging to the patient from Yen Dinh district of Thanh Hoa province came back negative for nCoV following 10 days of isolation, strict supervision, and treatment at Thanh Hoa General Hospital.

The 25-year-old female patient was identified due to being one of seven other Vietnamese people who had been sent to Wuhan city in Hubei province for training by Nihon Plast Co., Ltd. of Japan, whilst the group returned to the nation together on the same flight.

In addition to the female patient, the hospital is also in the process of monitoring and isolating four other suspected patients who have shown epidemiological factors relating to the spread of the epidemic.

Three earlier days, the hospital organised training for all medical staff with regard to providing guidance on diagnosis, treatment, and measures to combat the spread of nCoV.

The hospital has also proposed the introduction of new provisions relating to additional medical equipment, supplies, and protective equipment as a way of meeting the emergency needs./.

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