COVID-19 in Vietnam, May

Vietnam // 29 May, 2020

At least 327 cases. No deaths. Declining trend.

See the Vietnam Ministry of Health website (in Vietnamese) for more information about COVID-19 in Vietnam.

28 May:  Another imported cases reported on 26 May. The 26-year-old Vietnamese male arrived home from Russia on 13 May, he had been in quarantine after his arrival. 

25 May: A student who flew home to Vietnam from France was found infected and isolated on arrival. The nation has not had any community-acquired cases in 39 days. 

22 May:  In the past week, 12 new cases have been reported, all are imported either from Russia or USA. No locally acquired COVID-19 cases have been reported in Vietnam for at least 35 days.  

15 May:  Vietnam has reported at least 24 new COVID-19 cases. These are all imported involving Vietnamese citizens who were in quarantine after returning from Russia.  The country has not reported a locally transmitted case since at least 18 April. As a part of their gradual easing of restrictions a number of tourist destinations in Hanoi have reopened. 

3 May: One new case has been confirmed, the first in nine days. The latest case is imported from the United Kingdom. A total of 271 cases have been confirmed, 219 people have recovered and there are no deaths reported. Lockdown measures have been easing since late April.

See April updates here.

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