The nation’s Covid-19 tally stands at 324 as updated Monday evening.Of these, 60 are active and the remaining 264 have recovered.
Of the total number of infections, 184 are imported and the rest are community transmission, of which there have been no cases since April 16.
Vietnam has not recorded any deaths from Covid-19.
The country's most seriously ill Covid-19 patient, a 43-year-old British man, designated "Patient 91", was declared free of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday morning after five tests. negative test in 10 days.However, his condition is still very critical and he is still on life support.
Medical professionals are preparing him for a lung transplant as decided by the Ministry of Health last week, but he has a pleural infection and is not ready for such an operation.The whole country has spent about 5 billion VND (215,000 USD) in the past two months on British people working as pilots for Vietnam Airlines.
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected 213 countries and territories, with more than 329,000 deaths reported to date.
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