Vietnam has injected over 8.52 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to its people

Vietnam has injected more than 8.52 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to

Hanoi people (VNA 7/8)

Information from the Ministry of Health says, from 6:30 p.m. on August 6 to 6:00 p.m. On August 7, on the National System of COVID-19 Case Management, 3,794 cases were recorded in the country, in Ho Chi Minh City (1,836 cases), Binh Duong (882 cases), Dong Nai (466) cases, Tien Giang (165 cases), Long An (160 cases), Ba Ria – Vung Tau (100 cases), Vinh Long (62 cases), Phu Yen (31 cases), Son La (20 cases), Kien Giang and Binh Dinh (both recorded 17 cases), Lam Dong (12 cases), Dong Thap (11 cases), Dak Nong (7 cases), Hai Duong and Bac Lieu (3 cases each), Thanh Hoa (2 cases) of which there are 933 cases in the community.

As of the morning of August 7, Vietnam had 197,175 cases, including 2,338 imported cases and 194,837 domestic cases. The number of new cases recorded in the country during the outbreak from April 27 to now is 193,267, of which 59,558 patients have been declared cured.

There are 2/62 provinces and cities that have not recorded new cases for 14 days, namely Quang Ninh and Bac Kan. There are 12 provinces and cities with no secondary infections in the area, namely Lao Cai, Ninh Binh, Kon Tum, Ha Giang, Son La, Lai Chau, Tuyen Quang, Quang Tri, Nam Dinh, Yen Bai, Thai Binh and Bac. Jiang.

To date, the total number of cured cases is 62,332. The number of severe patients being treated in ICU is 518 cases. Number of critically ill patients receiving ECMO: 18 cases.

The number of tests carried out from April 27 to now is 6,861,784 samples for 19,403,096 turns of people.

On August 7, an additional 451,256 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered to the people. Thus, the total number of doses of vaccine injected was 8,528,267 doses, of which the 1st dose was 7,664,944 doses, and the 2nd dose was 863,323 doses.

On August 6, the Ministry of Health issued Official Letter No. 1155/CD-BYT to the Departments of Health of the provinces and cities; The Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of National Defense and related agencies on accelerating the progress of vaccination against COVID-19 until August 10, 2021, if any unit deploys vaccination slowly, the Ministry of Health will announce publicize the unit’s vaccination results on the central and local mass media; report to the Prime Minister; coordinating vaccines for other units and will suspend the distribution of vaccines to units in the next batches.

On the same day, the Ministry of Health issued Official Letter No. 6363/BYT-DP to the Departments of Health of the provinces and cities; The Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of National Defense and related agencies on the urgent receipt of the COVID-19 vaccine according to the decision on vaccine allocation from batch 8-13 of the Ministry of Health before August 8, 2021. If after August 8, 2021, the unit does not come to receive the vaccine, the Ministry of Health will transfer it to another unit and consider the allocation in the next batches.

The Ministry of Health issued Decision No. 3742/QD-BYT dated on approving the receipt and allocation of 1,000 high-flow oxygen systems funded by VPBank for COVID-19 prevention and control.

On August 6, the Working Group of the Ministry of Health trained and guided wards of Binh Tan district (Ho Chi Minh City) on the operation and operation of ward-level quick response teams. These groups are like an effective arm from the grassroots, making an important contribution to the health management of people infected with COVID-19 at home.

Ho Chi Minh City has proposed to set up 5 field 115 satellite emergency stations to serve the emergency work of patients. These emergency stations operate on the basis of requisition and conversion of a number of passenger transport vehicles of transport units in the area. The city recommends domestic and non-public hospitals; COVID-19 treatment hospitals and district health centers are ready to receive patients who come for examination and emergency, so that there is no delay or refusal to accept patients.

Hanoi has developed a plan for timely procurement of supplies, equipment, chemicals, biological products, etc. to be ready to meet the level of 5,000 beds, 10,000 beds, 20,000 beds to treat COVID-19 patients.

Meanwhile, Da Nang has piloted home isolation for F1 in Ngu Hanh Son and Hoa Vang districts. The difference between Da Nang and the guidance of the Ministry of Health when applying home isolation is that the F1s have been isolated for 7 days and tested negative for SARS-CoV-2 3 times. The city also piloted smart bracelets and isolation management software to support strict control and management of F1 at home, and required all markets to scan cards and QR Codes to go to the market. information management of people entering / exiting the market.

People aged 18 and over can register for individual COVID-19 vaccinations through the COVID-19 Immunization Portal, said the Ministry of Health. Two ways to register for COVID-19 vaccine vaccination online: First, access the COVID-19 Immunization Portal at the link: to register online continue on the website.

The second way: Access the link to download the “Electronic Health Book” application for phones using Android and iOS operating systems. When downloading, there will be a registration section, log in with a phone number. After verifying information on the software, people will see information on instructions for registering for vaccination.

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