Translation situation COVID-19
Information on new infections:
From 4:00 p.m. on March 24 to 4:00 p.m. on March 25, the National COVID-19 Case Management System recorded 108,979 new infections, of which 22 were imported and 108,957 were recorded domestically (down 11,035 cases). compared to the previous day) in 62 provinces and cities (83,428 cases in the community).
The following provinces and cities have recorded cases: Hanoi (10,803), Phu Tho (4,555), Nghe An (4,023), Yen Bai (3,997), Dak Lak (3,925), Bac Giang (3,720), Lao Cai (3,690), Vinh Phuc (3,136), Thai Binh (2,915), Thai Nguyen (2,910), Quang Binh (2,877), Bac Ninh (2,806), Lang Son (2,802), Ha Giang (2,795), Hai Duong (2,773) ), Quang Ninh (2,654), Son La (2,642), Ca Mau (2,394), Bac Kan (2,314), Tuyen Quang (2,280), Binh Dinh (2,237), Binh Duong (1,999), Cao Bang (1,971), Hoa Binh (1,970), Lam Dong (1,920), Hung Yen (1,900), Vinh Long (1,726), Dien Bien (1,648), Lai Chau (1,615), Quang Tri (1,604), Ha Nam (1,557), Tay Ninh (1,507), Ben Tre (1,433), Ninh Binh (1,314), Binh Phuoc (1,144), City. Ho Chi Minh City (1,139), Dak Nong (1,128), Nam Dinh (1,040), Kon Tum (970), Phu Yen (884), Ha Tinh (849), Thanh Hoa (803), Tra Vinh (733), Ms. Ria – Vung Tau (698), Da Nang (671), Thua Thien Hue (668), Quang Ngai (668), Khanh Hoa (657), Hai Phong (612), Binh Thuan (464), Quang Nam (341) , Bac Lieu (192), Kien Giang (167), Long An (147), An Giang (132), Can Tho (117), Dong Nai (99), Dong Thap (70), Soc Trang (54), Ninh Thuan (35), Tien Giang (32), Hau Giang (31).
On March 25, Hoa Binh Department of Health registered an additional 22,392 cases, Bac Giang Department of Health registered an additional 20,005 cases and Vinh Phuc Department of Health registered an additional 10,125 cases on the National COVID Case Management System. -19 after reviewing and supplementing full information.
The localities where the number of infections decreased the most compared to the previous day: Hanoi (1,682), Bac Ninh (1,486), Lang Son (936).
The localities that recorded the highest number of infections compared to the previous day: Bac Kan (695), Phu Tho (278), Dak Nong (255).
Average number of new infections in the country recorded in the past 7 days: 130,146 cases/day.
The situation of COVID-19 epidemic in Vietnam:
Since the beginning of the epidemic, Vietnam has 8,761,252 infections, ranking 14 out of 225 countries and territories, while with the ratio of infections per million people, Vietnam ranks 121/225 countries and territories (on average, there are 88,634 infections for every 1 million people).
In the fourth outbreak (from April 27, 2021 to present), the number of infections recorded in the country is 8,753,543 cases, of which 4,998,747 patients have been declared cured. Localities with high cumulative infections during this outbreak: Hanoi (1,240,393), Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City (589,834), Binh Duong (369,834), Nghe An (368,703), Hai Duong (332,330).
Data reported daily by the Departments of Health of the provinces and cities on the COVID-19 management system of the Department of Medical Examination and Treatment:
Number of patients recovered
Patients announced to be cured in the day: 175,540 cases
Total number of cured cases: 5,001,564 cases
Number of critically ill patients being treated is 3,889 cases, of which:
Breathing oxygen through a mask: 3,188 cases.
HFNC high-flow oxygen: 319 cases.
Non-invasive mechanical ventilation: 84 cases.
Invasive mechanical ventilation: 292 cases.
ECMO: 6 cases.
On March 24, 344,321 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered. Thus, the total number of doses of vaccine injected is 204,566,009 doses, of which:
Number of injections for people aged 18 and over is 187.444,998 doses: 1st dose is 71,195,421 doses; The second dose is 67,958,781 doses; The third dose is 1,499,176 doses; The additional dose was 14,789,217 doses; The booster dose is 32,002,403 doses.
Number of injections for children aged 12-17 years is 17,121,011 doses: 1st dose is 8,778,817 doses; The second dose is 8,342,194 doses.
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