Nation All new Covid-19 infections today linked to Bach Mai Hospital cluster The Saigon Times Monday, Mar 30, 2020,12:29 (GMT+7) All new Covid-19 infections today linked to Bach Mai Hospital clusterThe Saigon Times Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi. The total confirmed cases of Covid-19 at the hospital has reached 25 as of Monday morning, March 30 – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – Six more Covid-19 infections in Vietnam have been identified as employees of Truong Sinh Company, a food caterer at Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi, taking the nation’s total to 194 as of this morning, the Health Ministry said. The six new patients are female employees of the company, aged 46, 49, 36, 23, 21 and 42. The total confirmed cases of Covid-19, which is associated with the novel coronavirus, in Bach Mai Hospital has reached 25, with 16 working at the hospital’s cafeteria. The hospital has been put on lockdown. The ministry also made a correction to its announcement issued yesterday evening, stating that the information for the country’s 173rd case coincided with that of the 184th case. According to the correction, the 184th case is a 42-year-old woman working at the Truong Sinh firm. She is the housemate of two other Truong… Read full this story
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