The Steering and Operations Center for Covid-19 Prevention and Control in Dong Nai Province this morning informed that the locality detected 6,705 new coronavirus infections during last week, an increase of 50.4 percent compared to the previous week with 4,458 cases.
The Covid-19 pandemic situation in Ho Chi Minh City still tends to be complicated and unpredictable with new Covid-19 cases and hospitalized patients surging again during the last two weeks although the city remains in stage 3 of Covid-19 pandemic assessment criteria.
Vietnam documented an additional 4,802 new Covid-19 infections, including ten imported, from 6:30pm on August 10 to 6am on August 11, raising the national count to 232,937, according to the Ministry of Health.
As new Covid-19 cases are surging and quickly spreading in markets, supermarkets, factories, Can Tho City proposed to extend the Prime Minister’s Directive No.16’s order in two more weeks along with stricter measures.
This morning, the Ministry of Health said that in the past 12 hours, the country had 3,898 new cases of Covid-19, including 191 cases in the community. The Ministry decided to set up 30 resuscitation centers in regions.