Hải Dương suspends services as grocery store identified as new COVID-19 clusterMobile supermarket gives free food to poor people in Đà NẵngVolunteers help frontline workers fight the pandemicTelehealth is a revolution: senior doctorCOVID-19 figures in Việt Nam on Tuesday morning Health woker collects specimens from a person returning from Đà Nẵng to test for COVID-19 infections. — VNA/VNS File Photo HÀ NỘI — The Vietnamese health ministry said it has conducted more than one million PCR tests since the COVID-19 pandemic first began in late January. In the first stage lasting 44 days from January 22 to March 5, since the first cases recorded in the country to the 16th patient, 3,094 specimens were processed, translating to a daily capacity of merely 70 tests. The second phase lasting 47 days from March 6 to April 22, 182,109 specimens were processed, the equivalent of 3,874 samples a day. This period marked the ‘second wave’ of coronavirus infections in Việt Nam, with many imported cases and subsequent closure of borders on March 22, after a brief two weeks with no reported cases since the 16th case. The third phase, lasting 91 days, from April 23 to July 23, a total of 237,815… Read full this story
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