Two test positive for COVID-19 after previously being given the all-clear A medical worker takes samples for testing. Two more COVID-19 patients in Việt Nam who previously were given the all-clear have tested positive again, the Treatment Subcommittee of the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control reported on Wednesday evening. The newest relapse cases bring the total number of people testing positive after previously given the all-clear stands at 11. Meanwhile no new cases were reported on Wednesday evening, keeping the nation’s COVID-19 tally at 270 since Friday evening. The country has gone 13 days straight with no community transmissions as of 6pm on April 29, the committee said. Patient No 130 was declared recovered on March 30 but still monitored at the National Hospital of Tropic Diseases. His tests were positive again on April 4, April 19 and from 25-26. After being declared to have recovered on April 11, Patient No 50 had two tests come back positive on April 24 on 27. The two patients are receiving treatment at the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases in Hà Nội. A total of 219 patients have recovered while 51 are being treated at nine medical facilities, of whom 10 have tested negative once… Read full this story
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