The number of COVID-19 cases nationwide in the past 24 hours decreased to 6,068 cases. During the day, 3,225 patients were declared cured and 1 died.
Information on new COVID-19 cases:
– From 4:00 p.m. on April 28 to 4:00 p.m. on April 29, on the National Case Management System COVID-19 recorded 6,068 new infections all in the country (down 1,048 cases compared to the previous day) in 59 provinces and cities (with 4,592 cases in the community).
– The following provinces and cities have recorded cases: Hanoi (843), Phu Tho (386), Gia Lai (341), Yen Bai (280), Nghe An (262), Hai Duong (230), Laos Cai (226), Tuyen Quang (224), Vinh Phuc (214), Thai Binh (206), Quang Ninh (204), Thai Nguyen (186), Bac Kan (174), Hung Yen (168), Nam Dinh ( 150), Quang Binh (128), Bac Ninh (112), Son La (111),
Da Nang (99), Ha Tinh (97), Lam Dong (95), City. Ho Chi Minh City (95), Cao Bang (90), Ha Giang (88), Lai Chau (83), Ha Nam (72), Lang Son (66), Ninh Binh (66), Quang Tri (64), Electricity Bien (62), Binh Phuoc (58), Thanh Hoa (54), Bac Giang (53), Binh Dinh (47), Ba Ria – Vung Tau (47), Hai Phong (45), Hoa Binh (42), Dak Nong (38),
Binh Thuan (36), Tay Ninh (34), Ben Tre (28), Binh Duong (20), Quang Ngai (20), Ca Mau (19), Vinh Long (16), Phu Yen (14), Quang Nam (12), Khanh Hoa (12), Long An (11), Thua Thien Hue (7), Kien Giang (7), An Giang (6), Ninh Thuan (5), Dong Nai (4), Bac Lieu ( 4), Tra Vinh (4), Dong Thap (1), Can Tho (1), Hau Giang (1).
– The localities that recorded the largest decrease in the number of infections compared to the previous day: Dak Lak (-214), Vinh Phuc (-204), Phu Tho (-89).
– Localities that recorded the highest number of infections compared to the previous day: Gia Lai (+341), Son La (+30), Da Nang (+19).
– Average number of new infections in the country recorded in the past 7 days: 8,030 cases/day.
The situation of COVID-19 epidemic in Vietnam:
– Since the beginning of the epidemic, Vietnam has 10,644,700 infections, ranking 12th out of 227 countries and territories, while with the ratio of infections per million people, Vietnam ranks 104 out of 227 countries and territories (107,597 cases on average for every 1 million people).
– The 4th epidemic (from April 27, 2021 to present):
+ The number of infections recorded in the country is 10,636,951 cases, of which 9,242,711 patients have been declared cured.
+ Localities with a high cumulative number of infections during this outbreak: Hanoi (1,585,297), Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City (608,337), Nghe An (481,271), Bac Giang (385,156), Binh Duong (383,380).
COVID-19 treatment situation
1. Number of recovered patients:
– The patient was announced to be cured within the day: 3,225 cases
– Total number of cured cases: 9,245,528 cases
2. The number of patients breathing oxygen is 594 cases, of which:
– Breathing oxygen through a mask: 462 cases
– HFNC high-flow oxygen: 62 cases
– Non-invasive mechanical ventilation: 15 cases
– Invasive mechanical ventilation: 53 cases
– ECMO: 2 shifts
3. Number of patients who died:
– From 17:30 on April 28 to 17:30 on April 29, 1 death was recorded at: Bac Kan (1).
– Average number of deaths recorded in the past 07 days: 6 cases.
– The total number of deaths from COVID-19 in Vietnam so far is 43,038, accounting for 0.4% of the total number of infections.
– The total number of deaths ranked 24/227 territories, the number of deaths per 1 million people ranked 130/227 countries and territories in the world. Compared with Asia, the total number of deaths ranked 6/49 (3rd in ASEAN), deaths per 1 million people ranked 25/49 Asian countries and territories (ranked 4th in ASEAN).
The number of tests from April 27, 2021 to now has been carried out 39,496,313 samples, equivalent to 85,796,776 turns of people, an increase of 873 samples compared to the previous day.
Situation of vaccination against COVID-19
On April 28, there were 887,474 doses of COVID-19 vaccine injected. Thus, the total number of doses of vaccine injected is 214,532,764 doses, of which:
+ Number of injections for people aged 18 and over is 195,799,620 doses: 1st dose is 71,456,157 doses; The second dose is 68,634,352 doses; The third dose is 1,505,910 doses; Additional doses are 15,303,828 doses; The booster dose is 38,899,373 doses.
+ Number of doses for children from 12-17 years old is 17,367,037 doses: 1st dose is 8,903,471 doses; The second dose is 8,463,566 doses.
+ Number of doses for children from 5-11 years old is 1,366,107 doses (1st dose).
– After completing the draft content, agreeing with relevant ministries and branches, implementing the direction of the Prime Minister, on April 28, 2022, the Ministry of Health coordinated with the Government Office reviewed the draft content and submitted a report and consulted the Government (Report No. 591/BC-BYT dated April 28, 2022) on the Government’s draft Decree detailing and implementing measures. Resolution No. 12/2021/UBTVQH15 dated December 30, 2021 of the National Assembly Standing Committee on permitting the implementation of a number of mechanisms and policies in the health sector to serve the prevention and control of COVID-19 -19″.
– On the basis of the epidemic situation, the Ministry of Health has issued directing documents, professional and technical instructions on epidemic prevention and control suitable to the new situation:
+ Guidance on COVID-19 prevention and control for people on entry (Official Letter No. 1265/BYT-DP dated March 15, 2022);
+ Adjusting the definition of COVID-19 cases and medical measures for close contacts (Dispatch No. 1909/BYT-DP dated April 15, 2022);
+ Temporarily suspending the application of health declaration at border gates for COVID-19 at all Vietnam’s border gates for people entering Vietnam from 00:00 on April 27, 2022 (Official Letter No. 2118/BYT). -DP on April 26, 2022);
+ Update guidelines on vaccination against COVID-19 for children from 5 to under 12 years old; vaccination against COVID-19 with basic and booster doses (Official Letter 1506/BYT-DP dated March 25, 2022; Official Letter 1535/BYT-DP of March 28, 2022);
+ Guidance on occupational safety and hygiene for medical staff in the prevention and control of COVID-19 (Decision No. 838/QD-BYT dated April 5, 2022);
+ Requesting units to implement regulations on declaration and publicization of medical equipment prices (Dispatch No. 1672/BYT-TB-CT dated April 5, 2022);
+ Annulling documents related to biological products, medical equipment for SARS-CoV-2 diagnosis and testing (Dispatch 2139/BYT-TB-CT dated April 27, 2022).
– The Ministry of Health is continuing to study, evaluate and review legal regulations and base on the epidemic situation to switch measures to prevent and control the COVID-19 epidemic from a group A infectious disease to a group B infectious disease.
According to Vietnamnet
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