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The COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam has resulted in 8,599,751[1] confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 42,145[1] deaths.

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Da Nang CDC medical workers performs COVID-19 test.jpgCOVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam

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    Two Đà Nẵng CDC medical workers performing COVID-19 testsA policeman putting a mask on a man in Sóc Trăngwholesale marketretailers and buyers registering for COVID-19 rapid tests in Lĩnh Nam ward, Q.. Hoàng Mai District, Hà NộiPAVN personnel disinfecting Bạch Mai Hospital

COVID-19 Pandemic Cases in Vietnam.svg

Map of cities & provinces with confirmed COVID-19 cases (as of 25 March 2022):

  Confirmed 1–49,999

  Confirmed 50,000–99,999

  Confirmed 100,000–199,999

  Confirmed 200,000–499,999

  Confirmed ≥ 500,000

DiseaseCOVID-19Virus strainSARS-CoV-2LocationVietnamFirst outbreakWuhan, Hubei, ChinaIndex caseHo Chi Minh CityArrival date23 January 2022
(2 years, 2 months and 2 days)Confirmed cases8,599,751[1][2]Active casesNegative increase 2,145,736[2][a]RecoveredIncrease 3,163,571[2][4]

Deaths

42,145[1][2]Fatality rateNegative increase0.68%Vaccinations

    79,947,189[1] (total vaccinated)77,754,108[1] (fully vaccinated)203,144,374[1] (doses administered)
Government websitecovid19.gov
ncov.vncdc.gov/viet-nam-full.html
(in Vietnamese)

The number of confirmed cases is the highest total in Southeast Asia, and the 15th highest in the world. Hanoi is the most affected locale with 808,384 confirmed cases and 1,131 deaths, followed by Ho Chi Minh City with 568,772 cases and 20,437 deaths; however, the Vietnam Ministry of Health has estimated that the real number of cases may be four to five times higher.[2][4][5]

On 31 December 2022, China announced the discovery of a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan. The news of a “strange pneumonia” in China had been circulating on Vietnamese truyền thông since the beginning of January 2022.[6] The virus was first confirmed to have spread to Vietnam on 23 January 2022, when two Chinese people in Ho Chi Minh City tested positive for the virus.[7][8] Early cases were primarily imported until local transmission began to develop in February and March. Clusters of cases were later detected in Vĩnh Phúc,[9] Hai Duong Province, and three other major cities, with the first death on 31 July 2022.[10]

During 2022, the Vietnamese government's efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 were mostly successful.[11] The country pursued a zero-COVID strategy, using contact tracing, mass testing, quarantining, and lockdowns to aggressively suppress transmission of the virus. Vietnam suspended the entry of all foreigners from 22 March 2022 until 17 November 2022[12] to limit the spread of the virus.[13] The measure did not apply to diplomats, officials, foreign investors, experts, and skilled workers. In January 2022, the government announced a stricter quarantine policy to "protect the country"[citation needed] during the 2022 Lunar New Year. Individuals entering Vietnam had to isolate for least 14 days if they were unvaccinated, or seven days if they had been fully vaccinated, and were contained in government-funded quarantine facilities.[14] Specially designated individuals such as diplomats were exempt.[15][16][17]

Since April 2022, Vietnam has been experiencing its largest outbreak to date, with over 1.2 million infections recorded by November.[18] This has led to two of its largest cities, Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, and around a third of the country's population coming under some form of lockdown by late July.[19] A shortage of the AstraZeneca vaccine supply in the country,[20] along with some degree of complacency after successes in previous outbreaks, as well as infections originating from foreign workers, were considered to have contributed to the outbreak. In response, government-mandated quarantine for foreign arrivals and close contacts to confirmed cases were extended to 21 days, and accompanying safety measures were also increased.[17]

Although the pandemic has heavily disrupted the country's economy,[21] Vietnam's GDP growth rate has remained one of the highest in the Asia-Pacific Region, 2.91% in 2022. Due to the more severe impact of the outbreak in 2022, which resulted in over 2 million cases, Vietnam's GDP grew a slower rate in 2022 2.58%.[22]

Vaccinations commenced on 8 March 2022[23] with a total of 200,179,247 administered vaccination doses reported by 12 March 2022.[4][24] The Vietnamese Ministry of Health has approved the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine, the Sputnik V vaccine, the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine, the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine, the Moderna vaccine, the Janssen vaccine, and the Abdala vaccine.[25] Vietnam also approved Covaxin from Bharat Biotech.[26][27] As of 13 March 2022, a total of 221,807,484 doses have arrived in Vietnam.[4]

New infectious diseases, such as COVID-19, are a signigicant public-health threat.[28] Although human coronaviruses (CoVs) were known as major pathogens which caused respiratory illnesses,[29][30] a new strain of coronavirus known as SARS-CoV caused an epidemic in 29 countries from 2002 to 2004. The outbreak, which infected 8,098 people and caused 774 deaths,[30] Evidence showed that the virus may have originated from an animal coronavirus that found its way into the human population.[30][31][32] indicated that animal coronaviruses could be dangerous to humans.[30]

Although it is still unknown exactly where COVID-19 began, many early cases have been attributed to visitors to the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market in Wuhan, Hubei, China.[33] The earliest known symptomatic person was later discovered to have become ill on 1 December 2022, but that person was apparently unconnected to the later wet-market cluster;[34] an earlier case possibly occurred on 17 November.[35][36][37] China reported the cluster on 31 December 2022,[38] and the World Health Organization (WHO) issued its first report on the outbreak on 5 January 2022.[39] A week later, the WHO confirmed that a novel coronavirus caused a cluster of respiratory illness reported earlier in Wuhan.[40][41] On 20 January, the WHO and China confirmed that human-to-human transmission had occurred.[42] WHO declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) on 30 January, saying that its Wuhan investigation was finished and citing mounting evidence that the novel coronavirus had spread to 18 countries.[43]

Vietnam has a history of managing pandemics: it was the second country (after China) to address the 2002–04 SARS epidemic and, after 63 cases and five deaths, was the first country declared SARS-không lấy phí by the WHO. In the wake of that epidemic, Vietnam increased investment in its public-health infrastructure, developed a national public-health emergency operations center and a national public-health surveillance system, and maintained systems to collect public data. Since 2022, hospitals are required to report notifiable diseases to a central database within 24 hours so the Ministry of Health can track epidemiological developments nationwide. In collaboration with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Vietnam implemented an "sự kiện-based" surveillance program in 2022 which enables the public to report public-health issues. Officials can identify clusters of people with similar symptoms, which might indicate an outbreak.[11]

With a population of nearly 100 million and millions of Chinese visitors each year (the country's largest trading partner),[44][45][46][47]), Vietnam was initially perceived as likely to be hard-hit by the pandemic. When the country recorded its first two cases on 23 January 2022, it was among the first countries affected by COVID-19.[48] Two weeks later, only 150 cases had been reported outside mainland China; ten were in Vietnam, however, making it one of the top-ten affected countries. By early 2022, Vietnam was one of the countries with the lowest case count and mortality per million inhabitants.[49]

Coronavirus pandemic waves in Vietnam[50] Wave Time No. of cases Description Sum Domestic Death

1

23 January – 24 July 2022

415

106

0

The first cases discovered in Ho Chi Minh City were two people from Wuhan (China), the disease then spread in 13 other localities.

2

25 July 2022 – 27 January 2022

1,136

554

35

The epicenter was in Da Nang, the source of infection may be from Hospital C in the city.

3

28 January – 26 April 2022

1,301

910

0

This outbreak started in Hai Duong from a person who was found positive after entering Nhật bản, and the true source of the infection is unknown. The epicenter was in Hai Duong, this local outbreak accounting for nearly 80% of the total number of cases.

4

27 April 2022 – ongoing

8,400,000+

8,400,000+

42,000+

Numerous, mostly-unrelated outbreaks were recorded in 63 locations, due to the more-transmissible Delta and Omicron variants.[51][52][53]

COVID-19 cases in Vietnam  (
    vte
)
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases

Date

# of cases

# of deaths

2022-01-23 2(n.a.) 0(n.a.) ⋮ 2(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-01-28 2(=) 0(n.a.) ⋮ 2(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-01-31 5(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-01 6(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-02 7(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-03 8(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-04 10(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-05 10(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-06 12(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-07 13(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-08 13(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-09 14(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-10 14(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-11 15(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-12 15(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-13 16(+1) 0(n.a.) ⋮ 16(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-18 16(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-19 16(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-20 16(=) 0(n.a.) ⋮ 16(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-02-26 16(=) 0(n.a.) ⋮ 16(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-06 17(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-07 20(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-08 30(+10) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-09 31(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-10 34(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-11 38(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-12 44(+6) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-13 47(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-14 53(+6) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-15 57(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-16 61(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-17 66(+5) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-18 76(+10) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-19 85(+9) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-20 91(+6) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-21 94(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-22 113(+19) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-23 123(+10) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-24 134(+11) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-25 141(+7) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-26 153(+12) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-27 163(+10) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-28 174(+11) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-29

188(+14) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-30 203(+15) 0(n.a.) 2022-03-31 207(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-01 218(+11) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-02 227(+9) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-03 237(+10) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-04 240(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-05 241(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-06 245(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-07 249(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-08 251(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-09 255(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-10 257(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-11 258(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-12 260(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-13 265(+5) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-14

266(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-15

267(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-16

268(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-17

268(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-18

268(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-19

268(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-20

268(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-21

268(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-22

268(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-23

268(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-24

270(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-04-25

270(=) 0(n.a.) ⋮

270(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-03

271(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-04

271(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-05

271(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-06

271(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-07

288(+17) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-08

288(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-09

288(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-10

288(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-11

288(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-12

288(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-13

288(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-14

288(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-15

313(+25) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-16

318(+5) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-17

320(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-18

324(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-19

324(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-20

324(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-21

324(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-22

324(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-23

324(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-24

325(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-25

326(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-26

327(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-27

327(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-28

327(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-29

327(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-30

328(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-05-31

328(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-01

328(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-02

328(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-03

328(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-04

328(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-05

328(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-06

329(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-07

329(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-08

332(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-09

332(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-10

332(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-11

332(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-12

333(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-13

334(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-14

334(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-15

334(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-16

334(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-17

335(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-18

342(+7) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-19

349(+7) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-20

349(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-21

349(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-22

349(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-23

349(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-24

352(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-25

352(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-26

353(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-27

355(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-28

355(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-29

355(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-06-30

355(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-01

355(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-02

355(=) 0(n.a.) ⋮

355(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-06

369(+14) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-07

369(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-08

369(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-09

369(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-10

369(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-11

370(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-12

372(+2) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-13

372(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-14

373(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-15

381(+8) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-16

381(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-17

382(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-18

382(=) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-19

383(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-20

384(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-21

396(+12) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-22

408(+12) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-23

412(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-24

413(+1) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-25

417(+4) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-26

420(+3) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-27

431(+11) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-28

438(+7) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-29

450(+12) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-30

464(+14) 0(n.a.) 2022-07-31

546(+82) 2(n.a.) 2022-08-01

586(+40) 3(+1) 2022-08-02

620(+34) 6(+3) 2022-08-03

642(+22) 6(=) 2022-08-04

670(+28) 8(+2) 2022-08-05

713(+43) 8(=) 2022-08-06

747(+34) 10(+2) 2022-08-07

784(+37) 10(=) 2022-08-08

810(+26) 10(=) 2022-08-09

841(+31) 11(+1) 2022-08-10

847(+6) 15(+4) 2022-08-11

863(+16) 16(+1) 2022-08-12

880(+17) 17(+1) 2022-08-13

905(+25) 20(+3) 2022-08-14

929(+24) 21(+1) 2022-08-15

950(+21) 23(+2) 2022-08-16

962(+12) 24(+1) 2022-08-17

976(+14) 24(=) 2022-08-18

989(+13) 25(+1) 2022-08-19

993(+4) 25(=) 2022-08-20

1,007(+14) 25(=) 2022-08-21

1,009(+2) 25(=) 2022-08-22

1,014(+5) 26(+1) 2022-08-23

1,016(+2) 27(+1) 2022-08-24

1,022(+6) 27(=) 2022-08-25

1,029(+7) 27(=) 2022-08-26

1,034(+5) 29(+2) 2022-08-27

1,036(+2) 30(+1) 2022-08-28

1,038(+2) 30(=) 2022-08-29

1,040(+2) 32(+2) 2022-08-30

1,040(=) 32(=) 2022-08-31

1,044(+4) 34(+2) 2022-09-01

1,044(=) 34(=) 2022-09-02

1,046(+2) 34(=) 2022-09-03

1,046(=) 35(+1) 2022-09-04

1,049(+3) 35(=) 2022-09-05

1,049(=) 35(=) 2022-09-06

1,049(=) 35(=) 2022-09-07

1,049(=) 35(=) 2022-09-08

1,054(+5) 35(=) 2022-09-09

1,059(+5) 35(=) 2022-09-10

1,059(=) 35(=) 2022-09-11

1,060(+1) 35(=) 2022-09-12

1,060(=) 35(=) 2022-09-13

1,063(+3) 35(=) 2022-09-14

1,063(=) 35(=) 2022-09-15

1,063(=) 35(=) 2022-09-16

1,063(=) 35(=) 2022-09-17

1,066(+3) 35(=) 2022-09-18

1,068(+2) 35(=) 2022-09-19

1,068(=) 35(=) 2022-09-20

1,068(=) 35(=) 2022-09-21

1,068(=) 35(=) 2022-09-22

1,068(=) 35(=) 2022-09-23

1,069(+1) 35(=) 2022-09-24

1,069(=) 35(=) 2022-09-25

1,069(=) 35(=) 2022-09-26

1,069(=) 35(=) 2022-09-27

1,074(+5) 35(=) 2022-09-28

1,077(+3) 35(=) 2022-09-29

1,094(+17) 35(=) 2022-09-30

1,094(=) 35(=) 2022-10-01

1,095(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-02

1,096(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-03

1,096(=) 35(=) 2022-10-04

1,096(=) 35(=) 2022-10-05

1,097(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-06

1,098(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-07

1,099(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-08

1,100(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-09

1,105(+5) 35(=) 2022-10-10

1,107(+2) 35(=) 2022-10-11

1,109(+2) 35(=) 2022-10-12

1,110(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-13

1,113(+3) 35(=) 2022-10-14

1,122(+9) 35(=) 2022-10-15

1,124(+2) 35(=) 2022-10-16

1,124(=) 35(=) 2022-10-17

1,126(+2) 35(=) 2022-10-18

1,134(+8) 35(=) 2022-10-19

1,140(+6) 35(=) 2022-10-20

1,141(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-21

1,144(+3) 35(=) 2022-10-22

1,148(+4) 35(=) 2022-10-23

1,148(=) 35(=) 2022-10-24

1,160(+12) 35(=) 2022-10-25

1,168(+8) 35(=) 2022-10-26

1,169(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-27

1,172(+3) 35(=) 2022-10-28

1,173(+1) 35(=) 2022-10-29

1,177(+4) 35(=) 2022-10-30

1,177(=) 35(=) 2022-10-31

1,180(+3) 35(=) 2022-11-01

1,180(=) 35(=) 2022-11-02

1,192(+12) 35(=) 2022-11-03

1,202(+10) 35(=) 2022-11-04

1,206(+4) 35(=) 2022-11-05

1,207(+1) 35(=) 2022-11-06

1,212(+5) 35(=) 2022-11-07

1,213(+1) 35(=) 2022-11-08

1,213(=) 35(=) 2022-11-09

1,215(+2) 35(=) 2022-11-10

1,226(+11) 35(=) 2022-11-11

1,252(+26) 35(=) 2022-11-12

1,253(+1) 35(=) 2022-11-13

1,256(+3) 35(=) 2022-11-14

1,256(=) 35(=) 2022-11-15

1,281(+25) 35(=) 2022-11-16

1,283(+2) 35(=) 2022-11-17

1,288(+5) 35(=) 2022-11-18

1,300(+12) 35(=) 2022-11-19

1,304(+4) 35(=) 2022-11-20

1,305(+1) 35(=) 2022-11-21

1,306(+1) 35(=) 2022-11-22

1,307(+1) 35(=) 2022-11-23

1,312(+5) 35(=) 2022-11-24

1,316(+4) 35(=) 2022-11-25

1,321(+5) 35(=) 2022-11-26

1,331(+10) 35(=) 2022-11-27

1,339(+8) 35(=) 2022-11-28

1,341(+2) 35(=) 2022-11-29

1,343(+2) 35(=) 2022-11-30

1,346(+3) 35(=) 2022-12-01

1,351(+5) 35(=) 2022-12-02

1,358(+7) 35(=) 2022-12-03

1,361(+3) 35(=) 2022-12-04

1,361(=) 35(=) 2022-12-05

1,365(+4) 35(=) 2022-12-06

1,366(+1) 35(=) 2022-12-07

1,367(+1) 35(=) 2022-12-08

1,377(+10) 35(=) 2022-12-09

1,381(+4) 35(=) 2022-12-10

1,385(+4) 35(=) 2022-12-11

1,391(+6) 35(=) 2022-12-12

1,395(+4) 35(=) 2022-12-13

1,397(+2) 35(=) 2022-12-14

1,402(+5) 35(=) 2022-12-15

1,405(+3) 35(=) 2022-12-16

1,405(=) 35(=) 2022-12-17

1,407(+2) 35(=) 2022-12-18

1,410(+3) 35(=) 2022-12-19

1,411(+1) 35(=) 2022-12-20

1,413(+2) 35(=) 2022-12-21

1,414(+1) 35(=) 2022-12-22

1,420(+6) 35(=) 2022-12-23

1,421(+1) 35(=) 2022-12-24

1,433(+12) 35(=) 2022-12-25

1,439(+6) 35(=) 2022-12-26

1,440(+1) 35(=) 2022-12-27

1,441(+1) 35(=) 2022-12-28

1,451(+10) 35(=) 2022-12-29

1,454(+3) 35(=) 2022-12-30

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2,233,287(+15,150) 37,550(+115) 2022-01-30

2,263,053(+29,766) 37,671(+121) 2022-01-31

2,275,727(+12,674) 37,777(+106) 2022-02-01

2,286,750(+11,023) 37,777(=) 2022-02-02

2,295,494(+8,744) 37,777(=) 2022-02-03

2,304,095(+8,601) 38,066(+289) 2022-02-04

2,315,689(+11,594) 38,150(+84) 2022-02-05

2,327,859(+12,170) 38,264(+114) 2022-02-06

2,341,971(+14,112) 38,327(+63) 2022-02-07

2,358,786(+16,815) 38,427(+100) 2022-02-08

2,380,695(+21,909) 38,524(+97) 2022-02-09

2,404,651(+23,956) 38,617(+93) 2022-02-10

2,430,683(+26,032) 38,691(+74) 2022-02-11

2,457,170(+26,487) 38,787(+96) 2022-02-12

2,484,481(+27,311) 38,865(+78) 2022-02-13

2,510,860(+26,379) 38,949(+84) 2022-02-14

2,540,273(+29,413) 39,040(+91) 2022-02-15

2,572,087(+31,814) 39,125(+85) 2022-02-16

2,606,824(+34,737) 39,191(+66) 2022-02-17

2,643,024(+36,200) 39,281(+90) 2022-02-18

2,685,463(+42,439) 39,361(+80) 2022-02-19

2,740,293(+54,830) 39,426(+65) 2022-02-20

2,787,493(+47,200) 39,504(+78) 2022-02-21

2,834,373(+46,880) 39,608(+104) 2022-02-22

2,890,252(+55,879) 39,685(+77) 2022-02-23

2,972,378(+82,126) 39,776(+91) 2022-02-24

3,041,506(+69,128) 39,887(+111) 2022-02-25

3,120,301(+78,795) 39,962(+75) 2022-02-26

3,219,177(+98,876) 40,053(+91) 2022-02-27

3,321,005(+101,828) 40,144(+91) 2022-02-28

3,443,485(+122,480) 40,255(+111) 2022-03-01

3,557,629(+114,144) 40,341(+86) 2022-03-02

3,709,481(+151,852) 40,452(+111) 2022-03-03

3,885,631(+176,150) 40,547(+95) 2022-03-04

4,059,262(+173,631) 40,644(+97) 2022-03-05

4,232,520(+173,258) 40,726(+82) 2022-03-06

4,434,700(+202,180) 40,813(+87) 2022-03-07

4,582,058(+147,358) 40,891(+78) 2022-03-08

4,776,873(+194,815) 40,977(+86) 2022-03-09

5,042,036(+265,163) 41,086(+109) 2022-03-10

5,260,495(+218,459) 41,157(+71) 2022-03-11

5,448,935(+188,440) 41,228(+71) 2022-03-12

5,903,147(+454,212) 41,290(+62) 2022-03-13

6,112,648(+209,501) 41,385(+95) 2022-03-14

6,377,438(+264,790) 41,477(+92) 2022-03-15

6,552,918(+175,480) 41,545(+68) 2022-03-16

6,820,458(+267,540) 41,607(+62) 2022-03-17

7,174,423(+353,965) 41,683(+76) 2022-03-18

7,367,112(+192,689) 41,740(+57) 2022-03-19

7,791,841(+424,729) 41,817(+77) 2022-03-20

7,958,048(+166,207) 41,880(+63) 2022-03-21

8,089,761(+131,713) 41,949(+69) 2022-03-22

8,338,914(+249,153) 42,014(+65) 2022-03-23

8,479,751(+140,837) 42,075(+61) 2022-03-24

8,599,751(+120,000) 42,145(+70) 2022-03-25

8,761,252(+161,501) 42,196(+51) Sources:

Ministry of Health of Vietnam (Chart from Vietnam Ministry of Health)

First cases

The first two confirmed cases in Vietnam, a Chinese man born in 1954 and his son, were admitted to Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City on 22 January 2022. The son was believed to have contracted the virus from his father (who flew from Wuhan on 13 January) when they met in Nha Trang on 17 January.[8][54][55] The first cluster appeared in Son Loi Commune, Bình Xuyên District, Vĩnh Phúc, after several workers returned from a Wuhan training trip and infected people in close contact with them.[9] The Vietnamese government locked down the district until 4 March to prevent further spread, the first large-scale lockdown outside China.[56] Identifying cases early gave Vietnam some success in combating the virus. The first 16 cases were a cross-section of the population (infants, the elderly, and people with underlying conditions), which the country's medical system used as "an exercise" to prepare for the new virus.[57]

March 2022 – 2022: sporadic outbreaks and strict measures

As the pandemic spread worldwide, COVID-19 cases in Vietnam also surged. On the evening of 6 March, the Hanoi Department of Health confirmed the capital's first case: a 26-year-old woman who had travelled to Europe, the country's 17th recorded case.[58] During the afternoon of 20 March, the Ministry of Health reported two new COVID-19 patients (Vietnam's 86th and 87th): two female nurses Bạch Mai Hospital with no history of contact with COVID-19 patients.[59] In March and April 2022, the number of cases increased rapidly due to the large number of people coming from European countries and the appearance of clusters which included Bạch Mai Hospital, Ha Loi Commune in Hanoi, and the Buddha Bar in Ho Chi Minh City.[60][61][62]

On 21 March 2022, Vietnam suspended entry for all foreigners effective the following midnight, and introduced a mandatory fourteen-day quarantine for all incoming Vietnamese citizens.[63] The country imposed a fifteen-day nationwide lockdown on 1 April,[64] when former Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc announced that COVID-19 had spread throughout Vietnam.[65] The drastic epidemic-control measures had positive results, and the country did not confirm any cases of local transmission from mid-April to the end of July.[66] Vietnam began loosening restrictions in May, again permitting domestic travel.[11]

Da Nang outbreak

The country entered its second wave of infection when the Ministry of Health announced the 416th case in Da Nang – the first case with an unknown source in 99 days.[67][68] On 28 July, Da Nang authorities locked down the city for 15 days.[69] Hundreds of cases across the country connected to the Da Nang outbreak were detected,[70] and the first death was recorded on 31 July.[10][71][72] After two months Vietnam contained the disease for the second time and resumed almost all economic activity, including international commercial flights.[73][74] Sporadic community infections continued in November and December, alarming the public and requiring increased measures.[75][76]

Hai Duong outbreak

The third wave of infection began on 28 January 2022, when Vietnam reported 84 community-transmission cases in one day in the provinces of Hai Duong and Quảng Ninh. Most were linked to a Hai Duong migrant worker who was diagnosed with the UK variant by Japanese authorities after arriving in Osaka on 17 January.[77] To limit the outbreak's economic impact, the government initially quarantined areas directly related to the infected people; after two weeks, however, the increasing number of cases showed no sign of slowing. Hai Duong was locked down for 15 days on 15 February, and Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City halted all entertainment activities.[78][79] This was one of the most serious outbreaks, due to a slow tracing process, mismanagement of quarantine facilities, and disobedience of lockdown rules in the face of enduring restrictions.[80][81] On 7 March 2022, the situation in the northern provinces appeared to have been brought largely under control as the number of new cases fell to single digits; Vietnam began its mass COVID-19 vaccination chiến dịch the following day.[82][83]

April 2022 – present: Severe outbreak and "safe adaptation"

 

Cases in Ho Chi Minh City

Since the end of April 2022, Vietnam experienced "a fast-spreading outbreak" of over 700,000 cases. Clusters were found in Bac Giang province industrial parks and least ten major hospitals throughout the country.[84][85] According to the WHO, Vietnam has built over 30 field hospitals with 1,500 ICU beds and 30,000 non-ICU beds. When total cases reached several thousand per day, the government locked down Southern Vietnam and Hanoi.[86][87] On 26 July 2022, for the first time in Vietnam's disease prevention history, Ho Chi Minh City imposed a daily 6:00 pm curfew; no one could leave the city, and only emergency services were permitted to operate.[88][89] The National Assembly authorised the central government on 28 July to implement local emergency measures to curb the pandemic.[90] On 20 August, Nguyễn Thành Phong was dismissed by the Politburo as chair of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City.[91] The government also moved 10,000 troops into the city to enforce the lockdown and deliver food.[92][93][94] A main cause of the outbreak was a four-day holiday for Reunification Day and International Workers' Day, during which many vacation destinations were packed with travelers.[95][96][97][98] DNA sequencing indicated that the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant dominated this wave, particularly in central and southern Vietnam.[99]

On 29 August, Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính said that Vietnam might have to live with the virus and could not rely on indefinite closures and quarantines. This marked a major change in the country's approach to COVID-19,[100][101][102] forcing Vietnam to accelerate its vaccination chiến dịch to control the pandemic.[103] The number of new cases began to fall to several thousand per day in mid-September 2022, and restrictions were eased.[104]

Variants

The COVID-19 strain which entered Vietnam in the second wave had a mutation which increased its infection rate, leading to a higher number of cases than the first wave. The basic reproduction number (R0) in the second wave was 5 to 6; in April, it was 1.8 to 2.2. The rate of people testing positive for COVID-19 who had had indirect contact with COVID-19 patients was higher than in the previous wave. Minister of Health Nguyễn Thanh Long said that the new strain may have begun to spread in early July 2022. Da Nang had experienced four waves of infection by that month.[105][106] The health ministry sent experts to Da Nang to help the city contain the infection and quickly identify its source, submitting the new strain's data to a world gene bank for comparison. On 4 August, the ministry confirmed the dominant second-wave strain as D614G (the dominant global variant).[107] A study published by Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico said that patients infected by that mutation have a heavier viral load and are more likely to infect others.[108][109][110] As of 25 March 2022, Vietnam has recorded ten coronavirus strains: the original Wuhan virus and the Alpha, A.23.1 (from Rwanda), Beta, B.1.222, B.1.619, Delta, D614G, Epsilon and Omicron variants.[111][112][113][114]

Reinfection and recurrence

 

Pasteur Institute of Nha Trang technician taking a sample in July 2022

Many COVID-19 patients in Vietnam have reported positive tests after they were considered to have recovered from the disease. This has also occurred in other countries, such as the United States, South Korea, and China. South Korea's Central Clinical Committee for Emerging Disease Control head Oh Myoung-don rejected the possibility of reinfection, saying that patients probably tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 because "the testing kit collected RNA from dead virus fragments, [which] may remain in the body toàn thân for months".[115][116] Vietnam Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long agreed, saying that a patient may not have fully recovered; the virus might still exist in the body toàn thân, particularly in lung cells.[117]

The Ministry of Health reduced home quarantine in April 2022 to seven days because it did not record community infections from relapses. The previous mandatory quarantine on immigrants was 14 days in isolation and 14 days home.[118] In July, after 400 reported relapses, the ministry did not record any cases of community spread and rescinded quarantine rules for relapsed patients and their communities.[119][120]

Vietnam, Taiwan and South Korea were cited by global truyền thông as having some of the world's best-organized epidemic control programs.[121][122][123][124] This success has been attributed to several factors, including a well-developed public health system, a decisive central government, and a proactive containment strategy based on testing, tracing, and quarantining.[11] Vietnam's response to the outbreak has received broad international praise for its speed, effectiveness and transparency,[125] in contrast to censorship in China[126] and poor preparation in the United States and Europe.[124][127][128][129]

Isolation and quarantine

On 11 January 2022, after China reported its first coronavirus death, Vietnam implemented health checks airports.[130][131] All visitors had their body toàn thân temperatures measured, and those with a fever, cough, chest pain or breathing difficulties were isolated for testing. In the sự kiện of a positive test, fellow passengers and crew and all their contacts were quarantined for 14 days.[132]

The government issued diagnostic and management guidelines for COVID-19 on 16 January, providing instructions on contact tracing and 14-day isolation.[133] On 22 January, health authorities began monitoring body toàn thân temperatures border crossings and started detection and contact tracing, with mandatory isolation of infected people and anyone with whom they had come into contact.[134]

Vietnam's meticulous contact-tracing effort is unique.[44] Due to its inability to conduct mass testing (like South Korea), the country has taken a targeted approach to testing: increasing it in areas with community transmission, implementing a strict 14-day quarantine policy, and keeping track of second, third and fourth contact levels of infected persons (who would then be placed on different levels of movement and contact restrictions).[135][11] According to CNN, if authorities had not proactively sought out people with infection risks, the virus could have quietly spread in communities days before being detected.[44] In early April 2022, 45,000 people were ordered to quarantine in response to 240 cases. When a small cluster of infections emerged, an entire village (or city) was quarantined.[136][137] By 9 May 2022, over 16 million people had been quarantined.[138] Instead of relying on medicine and technology, Vietnam adopted a widespread public-surveillance system backed by military force.[135][139] The country has a surveillance culture, in which neighbours will inform local police of suspected misconduct (an approach not taken in Western societies).[140] Experience with pandemics has led to the development of institutional preparedness and "social memory," instrumental in encouraging people to adopt protective behaviors and heed official regulations and guidance.[141]

Testing

On 30 January 2022, the Ministry of Science and Technology met with medical experts to propose solutions to contain and mitigate COVID-19.[142] Deputy Minister Phạm Công Tạc urged virologists to accelerate the development of diagnostic tests.[143] In early February, publicly-funded Vietnamese institutions began developing least four locally-manufactured COVID-19 tests which were approved by the Ministry of Defense and the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology. Private companies, including Viet A and Thai Duong, then offered to manufacture the test kits. Most laboratories analyzing the tests use in-house versions of WHO protocol, allowing broad testing without long wait times.[11] A research team Hanoi University of Science and Technology's Institute of Biotechnology and Food Technology announced in early February 2022 that it had developed test kits using RT-LAMP technology, with a 70-minute turnaround time.[144]

The Ministry of Health approved GeneXpert, a test used by Vietnam's tuberculosis-prevention network since 2012, for COVID-19 testing in August 2022. Nguyễn Viết Nhung, director of the National Lung Hospital in Hanoi, said that the test is similar to RT-PCR and gives accurate results in 35–45 minutes for COVID-19 and tuberculosis.[145] Plans were underway to expand GeneXpert testing 42-46 lung hospitals around the country.[146] In May 2022, Vietnam had 180 laboratories capable of testing for COVID-19 using RT-PCR with a capacity of 238,000 tests per day.[147] Health officials prepared to extend testing capacity to more hospital laboratories, including provincial and military hospitals.[148][149] During the Tp Hải Dương outbreak, random testing of households and inpatients and targeted testing of high-risk groups was used instead of mass testing.[150]

Treatment

With its experience of the 2003 SARS outbreak, Vietnam has been proactive in treating COVID-19 patients. Key is a well-ventilated environment, regularly disinfected and without air conditioning; addressing clinical and psychological symptoms, physiotherapy and appropriate nutrition are additional treatments.[151][152]

According to the Ministry of Health, antiretroviral therapy will be considered. To leave the hospital, patients need two consecutive negative COVID-19 tests and must isolate home for 14 days. The patient should be indoors in a well-ventilated, separate room, masked, washing hands frequently, and limiting contact with others. Body temperature should be checked twice daily.[153]

During the second wave in Da Nang, treatment was improved with antiviral drugs. Specifically, Lopinavir, ritonavir and interferon have been used effectively, with patients becoming virus-không lấy phí in seven days. Blood plasma from recovered patients is considered for severe cases as an alternative to antiviral drugs. The malaria drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are no longer used.[154][155]

Doctors studied plasma therapy for COVID-19 treatment since April 2022, and the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases selects plasma donors; by January 2022, however, no patient in the country had been treated this way. Nguyen Trung Cap, deputy director of the Hanoi National Hospital for Tropical Diseases, said that plasma therapy has limited benefit in COVID-19. During the first week of illness, a patient's viral load is high but symptoms are generally mild. Severe symptoms usually begin during the second week of illness (due to immune response), but the patient's viral load is lower. Antibody levels fall quickly after recovery, and side effects similar to those of blood transfusion (including fluid overload, acute hemolytic transfusion reaction and allergic transfusion reaction) may occur.[156]

In October 2022, scientists the Medical Genetics Institute, the Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control (HCDC) and Ho Chi Minh City Medicine and Pharmacy University planned to sequence the genome of COVID-19 to learn how it affects different people and possibly identify genes sensitive to the virus. In the study's first stage, twenty recovered patients would have their genes sequenced by HCDC.[157]

With the Delta variant and a rapid increase in cases during the fourth wave, the Ministry of Health implemented a new treatment regimen in July 2022. According to the ministry, over 80 percent of patients had a low fever, cough and fatigue and recovered in about a week; some were asymptomatic. About 20 percent of patients experienced severe symptoms within five to eight days; after seven to ten days of severe illness, patients without symptoms of respiratory failure gradually recovered. Under the new regimen, patients with no or mild symptoms would be treated in the general ward; severely-ill patients with life-threatening conditions required treatment in an intensive-care unit. Individualized treatment plans would be provided, particularly for severe cases. After returning home, patients must monitor their body toàn thân temperature twice a day; if it is higher than 38 °C (100 °F) two consecutive times or they have symptoms, they must notify the medical facility immediately.[119] In August 2022, the ministry approved the use of remdesivir and considered approving favipiravir.[158]

Field hospital

 

Tien Son Sport Center before its conversion into a COVID field hospital

On 31 July 2022, the Da Nang Party Committee announced that it would use Tien Son Sport Center in Hải Châu district as a temporary field hospital to help the city's hospitals cope with the rising number of COVID-19 patients. The sports center covers an area of 10,000 mét vuông (110,000 sq ft), and has a 2,000-bed capacity.[159] The committee also agreed to use the Da Nang Military Command sports ground to store necessities and medical equipment to control the epidemic.[160] Committee chair Huynh Duc Tho said that the COVID-19 epidemic was very serious in the area, with drastic action and strong measures required to control the outbreak. The Committee tasked the city with quickly buying necessary medical equipment, including ECMO machines, ventilators, protective suits and medical masks.[161]

In January 2022, responding to an outbreak in Tp Hải Dương province, two field hospitals with a combined 600-bed capacity were set up in the north of the province within 24 hours. The first, the Chí Linh medical centre, was staffed by 45 doctors and about 70 nurses to treat 200 patients. The second was converted from the Tp Hải Dương Medical Technical University, with 210 beds.[162]

In 2022, Vietnam had about 2,000 ICU doctors and 16,000 ICU beds. On 16 August 2022, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) established a three-level care pathway with a planned 60,000 beds, including 1,700 ICU beds:

    Level 1: Monitoring and care centres (centralized quarantine area and district hospitals) for asymptomatic and mildly-ill patients. Level 2: For mildly- and moderately-symptomatic patients Level 3: For severely-ill patients. This level includes eight hospitals: the Hospital of Tropical Diseases, Chợ Rẫy, Military Hospital 175, and five national ICU centers.

On 5 August, the committee's deputy secretary reported that the city's level-three capacity was nearing its limit. Due to the increase in new cases, HCMC Medical University established a 70-bed ICU centre on 3 August. Four days later, medical staffs from three of the country's major hospitals (Bạch Mai, Việt Đức and Central Huế) established three ICU centres with a total of 1,500 beds. HCMC assigned a total of 3,270 ICU beds to COVID-19 patients.[163] HCMC established the 1,000-bed Tân Bình District Field Hospital on 18 August, the first multi-level field hospital to accept mildly-, moderately- and critically-ill patients. The hospital was intended to relieve pressure on major hospitals.[164]

    Bình Dương Province: In August 2022, Bình Dương had 22 treatment facilities with 15,627 beds and a staff of 2,851. The provincial government used the three-level care pathway, and asked for support from Hanoi Medical University and the private health sector.[165] Long An: The MOH supported the province in establishing a 500-bed ICU centre. Đồng Nai: The Hanoi-based National Lung Hospital helped Đồng Nai open a 380-bed ICU centre.[166][167][168]

Drug and vaccine development

 

COVID-19 viruses under a microscope, isolated from a patient in the U.S.

On 7 February 2022, the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Hanoi announced that it had successfully cultured and isolated COVID-19 in the lab; Vietnam was the fourth country to do so. This would enable quicker test results; thousands of samples could be tested per day,[169] and the research would be the basis of a vaccine. Institute deputy director Le Quynh Mai said that Vietnam had identified two virus variants: one from patients returning from Wuhan in February, and the other from patients returning from Europe in March.[170][171]

In May 2022, Vietnam announced the development of its COVID-19 vaccine after scientists generated the viral antigen in the lab. The vaccine, developed in a collaboration by Vabiotech in Hanoi and Bristol University, would be tested for safety and effectiveness before manufacture. According to the institute, an effective vaccine safe for humans would take least 12 to 18 months to develop.[172][173] After successful testing on mice, a trial vaccine would be stabilized for mass production of up to tens of millions of units.[174][175] In October 2022, the Vabiotech COVID-19 vaccine was tested on monkeys;[176][177] the result of the trials laid the foundation for human testing.[178][179]

Vietnam has four COVID-19 vaccines, produced by Nanogen, Vabiotech, Polyvac and the Institute of Vaccines and Medical Biologicals (IVAC). The health ministry assessed the Nanocovax vaccine, produced by Nanogen, as the most promising. IVAC and Vabiotech completed their laboratory-scale production, and evaluated the safety and efficacy of their vaccines on animals.[180] On 7 December, the institute announced successful Nanocovax animal test results.[181] Ten days later, Nanogen began human trials of the vaccine.[182][183] Nanogen began phase-II trials in Hanoi and southern Long An province on 26 February 2022.[184] On 25 March, 26 volunteers who received the first phase-II shots between 26 February and 10 March received second Nanocovax shots. Some volunteers experienced side effects around the injection site, but did not require medical care.[185] Results of the trial would be issued in May before preparing for the phase-III trial of 10,000 to 30,000 people.[186][187] A Nanogen official told Nikkei Asia that if the government implemented its emergency designation, Nanovax might be rolled out in May.[186] Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Phạm Công Tạc and Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam received second doses of Nanocovax on 26 March 2022.[188][189]

COVIVAC (the second Vietnamese-produced vaccine), developed by the Institute of Vaccine and Medical Biologicals (IVAC), began a human clinical trial on 21 January. IVAC studied the vaccine since May 2022, conducting successful pre-clinical trials in India, the United States and Vietnam; vaccine stability was evaluated Tp New York City's Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai.[190] On 15 March 2022, six volunteers were injected with COVIVAC Hanoi Medical University. A vaccine with or without adjuvants, without preservatives, its vector is the Newcastle disease virus and it can be produced with chicken eggs (similar to influenza vaccines).[191]

On 8 September 2022, Deputy Minister of Health Tran Van Thuan met with France's Xenothera company to discuss collaboration on phase-III clinical trials of the XAV-19 COVID-19 drug and the transfer of production technology to Vietnam. The drug prevents the virus from developing, neutralises it and reduces inflammation.[192]

Vaccination programme

Vaccination (as of 15 March 2022) Doses administered[24] 200,729,854 Total population [193] 97,580,000 1st dose 2nd dose 3rd dose 79,674,158 76,144,527 44,911,169

Vietnam vaccinations (cumulative)

  First dose   Second and third dose

Vietnam vaccinations (per half-month)

  First dose   Second and third dose

 

2022 handover ceremony of COVID-19 vaccine for Vietnam from a COVAX facility

Dose supplied by vaccine product, as of 13 March 2022[4]

  AstraZeneca (28.83%)

  Sinopharm (23.56%)

  Pfizer and Moderna (44.56%)

  Abdala (2.32%)

  Sputnik V and Sputnik Light (0.73%)

Dose supplied by source, as of 13 March 2022[4]

  Government procurement (47.94%)

  COVAX (25.62%)

  Foreign government aid (14.33%)

  Private enterprise (12.11%)

After approval of the Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on 30 January 2022, vaccinations began on 8 March with a goal of vaccinating 80 percent of the population by June 2022.[194] The Sputnik V vaccine was approved on 23 March 2022.[195] The Sinopharm BIBP vaccine was approved for emergency use on 4 June[196] and the Pfizer–BioNTech, Moderna and Janssen vaccines were approved on 12 June,[197] 29 June[198][199] and 15 July,[200] respectively. Vietnam approved Abdala vaccine from the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology on 18 September,[25] and Covaxin from Bharat Biotech on 10 November 2022.[26][27]

The immunization chiến dịch is Vietnam's largest ever, with over 150 million doses.[201] Although the country has prevented disease and kept outbreaks under control, its COVID-19 vaccination program is considered slower than those of most Asian countries.[202][203][204] Vietnam had administered 200,179,247 vaccine doses by 12 March 2022, and 221,807,484 doses had arrived in the country by 13 March.[4] On 7 May 2022, Vietnam recorded the first death of a person vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine]]: a female, 35-year-old medical worker in An Giang province.[205][206]

In July 2022, the Ministry of Health authorized mixing first and second doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines with patient consent if supplies are limited.[207] On 8 September, Vietnam allowed recipients of Moderna's vaccine to receive a different second dose due to lack of vaccines.[208][209] The ministry authorized vaccinating children aged 12 to 17 on 14 October 2022.[210][211]

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Mekong Development Research Institute (MDRI) surveyed 1,335 Vietnamese in September 2022 about their opinions and experiences of the government's response to the pandemic. Respondents strongly supported the April national social-distancing order, with 88 percent praising its timing. Thirty-nine percent said that they consistently followed the order, and 12.2 percent followed it somewhat or disobeyed it. Eighty-nine percent of respondents said that they supported the government's measures to save as many lives as possible, even if it meant a slow economic recovery; a global average of 67 percent said that governments should prioritize saving lives over economic recovery.[212]

A January 2022 survey by Singapore's United Overseas Bank found that Vietnamese were Southeast Asia's most optimistic about their future, despite the economic and social challenges posed by the pandemic. About 81 percent of Vietnamese respondents said that they expected life to return to normal by the end of the year, and 72 percent believed that they would be financially better-off. "Their optimism could be due to Vietnam’s success in handling the COVID-19 crisis, which has set a strong foundation for the recovery of the economy," UOB Vietnam CEO Harry Loh said. Another reason for Vietnamese optimism might be because most grew up during the Vietnam War and subsequent subsidy economy period.[213]

Donations

In addition to government aid, sponsors have provided food and water to those in need.[214] A number of businesspeople and celebrities have contributed to the fight against the pandemic. At a 20 March 2022 meeting with representatives of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, billionaire Johnathan Hanh Nguyen promised to donate 30 billion₫; 25 billion₫ was spent on medical equipment, and he donated a 5,000-square-metre (54,000 sq ft) supermarket for use as an isolation area.[215][216]

State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese deputy chair Luong Thanh Nghi said that when the pandemic began in China and other Asia-Pacific countries, overseas Vietnamese in Eastern Europe provided nearly 80,000 medical masks, hundreds of sterile water bottles, protective clothing and surgical gloves to the Sơn Lôi commune, Vĩnh Phúc province and a number of hospitals in Hanoi.[217][218] In August 2022, Vingroup (Vietnam's largest corporation) donated 3,200 ventilators and chemicals for 100,000 RT-PCR tests to the Ministry of Health.[219][220]

At the end of May 2022, Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính ordered government agencies and ministries to establish a vaccine fund of cash and vaccine doses[221] to purchase vaccines from abroad and supporting the production of domestic vaccines. Although the government said that it intends to secure 150 million vaccine doses in 2022 (vaccinating 70 percent of the population a cost of US$1.1 billion), only $630 million was allocated to vaccine procurement in the budget. By 10 June, over 253,000 businesses, banks and individuals pledged to contribute $179 million to the fund.[222] According to the Ministry of Finance, another $140 million was pledged by businesses.[223][224] Hanoi residents were reportedly forced to contribute to the fund.[225]

Labour and immigration

Many Vietnamese work abroad, and many Vietnamese families depend on remittances from relatives – about US$17 billion in 2022 (according to the World Bank) but expected to drop 7.6 percent in 2022, the first drop in 11 years. The Overseas Labor Bureau reported that about 54,300 workers left Vietnam to work abroad in the first eleven months of 2022, down from 148,000 in 2022. Mekong Development Research Institute director Phung Duc Tung said that the biggest challenge for overseas workers when they returned is losing their jobs due to the lack of official information about repatriation dates and a government plan. "This led to psychological problems, depression, pessimism, and there was a suicide case when he returned to Vietnam", Tung said, referring to a Vietnamese driver who killed himself in a quarantine facility. He helped a group of undocumented Chinese citizens he believed faced pandemic-related financial problems enter the country for $260 per person.[226]

Strict government measures left many citizens trapped abroad. At the end of April 2022, Hanoi organized charter repatriation flights; about 65,000 Vietnamese were repatriated on 235 flights. Demand exceeds supply, however, and many risk criminal charges in illegally attempting to return home.[227] Some illegal returnees tested positive for COVID-19 after living in communities for a long time.[228] The Vietnam Border Guard detained over 31,000 illegal entrants in 2022, including 25,000 from China; the remainder were from Laos and Cambodia.[229][230]

Infractions

Although authorities imposed mandatory measures to prevent disease spread, some people left quarantined areas or were dishonest about reporting symptoms;[231] in March 2022, the first patient in Hanoi did not provide an accurate travel history.[232] Anger was reported infections in the Muslim community returning from Malaysia's Tablighi Jamaat festival; several patients did not self-quarantine in Vietnam, and attended Islamic events in Ho Chi Minh City.[233] A 28-year-old Vietnam Airlines attendant breached self-isolation protocols by going outside and attending university, infecting a friend (who infected others).[234][235][236]

On 24 February 2022, a group of 20 South Koreans arrived in Da Nang on a flight from Daegu (South Korea's COVID-19 epicentre).[237][238] Some refused to isolate, and were returned home.[239] YTN reported that Korean citizens were "detained" in poor conditions.[239][237]

A riot alleging weak government disease control broke out in South Tân Uyên Industrial Park on 21 August 2022.[240][241] On 6 September, a 28-year-old man was sentenced to five years in prison and fined £630 for breaching COVID-19 restrictions and spreading the virus.[242]

Fraud

On 3 March 2022, nearly one million masks of unknown origin were discovered in a warehouse by police in Tân Phú district, Ho Chi Minh City.[243] Other cases involving illegal masks were prosecuted in An Giang province,[244] Lạng Sơn,[245] Cao Bằng[246] and Quảng Ninh province,[247] in addition to other forms of fraud.[248][249][250]

At a 17 April 2022 meeting of the Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control of Hanoi, Hanoi People's Committee chair Nguyen Duc Chung said that the Investigation Police Department on Economic, Corruption Crimes and Smuggling (C03) of the Ministry of Public Security had summoned Hanoi Center for Disease Control (HCDC) officials to an investigation of the purchase of COVID-19 testing machines.[251][252] On 22 April, investigators determined that Hanoi CDC director Nguyen Nhat Cam and others had tripled the purchase price of a real-time PCR test-kit package.[253] Chung and six others were charged with fraud, and he faced 10 years in prison.[254][255][256]

Xenophobia

Asia Times reported, "A number of Vietnamese hotels and guesthouses have reportedly hung signs on their doors saying that Chinese guests are not welcome, while many Vietnamese have gone online to demand the closure of all border crossings with China."[257] Signs implying that Chinese customers were not welcome were seen in front of a shop in Phú Quốc and a restaurant in Da Nang.[258] South Koreans are reportedly screened due to widespread COVID-19 in South Korea, which has extensive trade with Vietnam.[239][237] When racism began receiving more coverage in news and social truyền thông, the Vietnamese government announced that it would fine those who refused service to foreigners and set up a hotline for assistance and reporting violations.[259]

Xenophobia was also evident in the use of Chinese vaccines. Control Risks lead analyst Nguyen Phuong Linh said that China's vaccine diplomacy had failed with Vietnam primarily because of anti-Chinese sentiment. Vietnamese leaders have strong public support, which they would not want to lose by using Chinese vaccines for most of the population. "From the beginning of the pandemic, the virus has been widely reported in Vietnam as originally coming from China. Since then, the anti-China sentiments, which were already strong, have shown no sign of weakening", Linh said.[260][261] In June 2022, however, Vietnam approved the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine for emergency use and received a donation of 500,000 doses from China.[262] Ho Chi Minh City received five million Sinopharm vaccine doses as part of a late-July corporate donation, triggering a public backlash.[263] Le Dong Hai Nguyen, an economist the Georgetown School of Foreign Service, suggested in The Diplomat that the Chinese vaccine debacle might be a publicity stunt in which the Vietnamese government leveraged anti-Chinese sentiment to boost public acceptance of the AstraZeneca vaccine: "Just as standing next to a less attractive friend makes you look better, Vietnam’s strategy to briefly include the Chinese vaccines in its vaccine pool might just make the AstraZeneca vaccine look marginally more appealing". Le wrote that many Vietnamese were willing to wait for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines instead of taking the AstraZeneca vaccine because of concern about blood clots, which could "seriously derail Vietnam’s already sluggish vaccination chiến dịch" (dependent on the AstraZeneca vaccine).[20]

 

Vietnam economy growth rate forecast of some international organizations. In the worst scenario, the growth rate of the country is lower than the economic recession in 1986 after a failed monetary policy during Đổi Mới period.

2022 GDP growth rate forecast by Asian Development Bank
(by percentage)

Sources: Asian Development Bank (ADB)[264]

Vietnam was hit hard by the pandemic; private and national industries slowed, stocks fell and tourism faltered, making hundreds of thousands people jobless and relying on unemployment benefits to survive.[21] According to government figures, 3,000 businesses closed in the first two months of 2022;[135] however, Vietnam's economic growth was expected to exceed the Asian average of 2.2 percent. Despite the deceleration in economic activity, the Asian Development Bank reported that Vietnam's GDP growth rate was expected to remain one of the highest in the Asia-Pacific region.[264][265][266] In November, the IMF said that Vietnam was expected to be the only Southeast Asian country expected to grow that year.[267]

The Vietnam Industry Agency said that manufacturers lacked raw materials and components (mainly imported from Nhật bản, China, and South Korea), endangering factory operations.[268] The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the World Bank surveyed almost 10,200 businesses (nearly 85 percent private domestic firms, the remainder in the FDI sector) about the impact of COVID-19; the survey indicated that the greatest difficulties for businesses during the pandemic were accessing customers, cash flow, labor, and supply-chain issues. VCCI Legal Department head Dau Anh Tuan said on 12 March 2022 that the pandemic had a generally-negative impact on Vietnamese businesses.[269] The vast majority of survey respondents (87.2 percent) reported a negative effect; 11 percent were unaffected, and two percent reported growth. New businesses (in operation for less than three years), small companies, and micro-enterprises struggled the most. Industries with the highest negative-impact rates were the garment industry (97 percent), information and communications (96 percent), and electrical-equipment manufacturing (94 percent). Real estate and mining had negative-impact rates of about 80 percent, and FDI real estate, information and communications, agriculture and fisheries had an over-95-percent negative-impact rate.

Thirty-five percent of private companies and 22 percent of FDI firms laid off employees; thirty-six percent of private small and micro-enterprises, 26 percent of medium-sized businesses and 32 percent of large companies implemented layoffs.[270] The Vietnam General Statistics Office said that exports were $99.36 billion, down 1.7 percent from the previous year. Imports were $97.48 billion, down three percent. Vietnam's exports to the EU and ASEAN fell by 12 and 13.4 percent, respectively.[271]

The International Monetary Fund projected Vietnam's 2022 economic growth as 2.4 percent. IMF mission chief Era Dabla-Norris said that the country's growth was "among the highest in the world, thanks to its decisive steps to contain the health and economic fallout from COVID-19". The VCCI said that the pandemic gave Vietnam an opportunity to develop its economy when Nhật bản, the US, the EU, and Australia might want to transfer portions of their supply chains from China. The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and European Union–Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) were expected to help the country diversify its economic and trade relations, create favorable conditions for Vietnamese businesses, and attract investment to prioritized industries and sectors.[272]

2022

Due to fears generated by a January 2022 outbreak in Tp Hải Dương and Quảng Ninh, the VN Index fell 73.23 points (6.67 percent); it was the worst single-session loss since the September 11 attacks. On the Ho Chi Minh Stock City Stock Exchange (HoSE, on which the VN Index is based), 478 stocks lost and 20 gained. Of the 478, a record 276 stocks reached their floor prices (the lowest they could fall in a trading day). The VN30 index of the exchange's 30 largest-cap stocks fell 6.73 percent, with 29 stocks losing and one gaining. Twenty-eight of the 29 losing stocks fell to their floor prices.[273]

According to Vietnam's General Statistics Office, the number of employed workers in the first quarter of 2022 decreased by one million (to 49.9 million) from the previous quarter. The country had 9.1 million workers aged 15 and older who were negatively affected by the pandemic. Over half a million people lost their jobs, 2.8 million took unpaid leave, 3.1 million had their working hours cut, and 6.5 million reported reduced income; two-thirds of those people were between ages of 24 and 54. As many as 40,300 companies shut down in the first quarter, a year-over-year decrease of 16 percent. The pandemic changed working habits, prompting the use of online tools; least 78,000 workers said that they turned to technological solutions to keep their jobs.[274]

The April 2022 outbreak in the southern provinces further disrupted supply chains. Lockdowns prevented on-site work, dropping production capacity. Two major footwear suppliers for Adidas and Nike, Taiwan's Pouchen and South Korea's Changshin (with 41,000 workers) ceased operations on 14 July 2022.[275] Six days later, Feng Tay (another Taiwanese sports-footwear manufacturer, which accounted for one-sixth of Nike's annual sales) closed several factories.[276] According to the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS), over one-third of the country's garment and textile factories were closed and the immunization rate of the sector's workforce remained very low due to a delay by the Vietnamese government in purchasing vaccine. In August, textile businesses maintained good export capacity but were expected to face declines in growth beginning in the fourth quarter of 2022.[277]

Samsung, one of Vietnam's largest employers, had manufacturing problems with its smartphones when its injection-molding-equipment supplier went out of business. Near Ho Chi Minh City, the company's appliance facilities were operating 50 percent of capacity.[278] The outbreak disrupted a plan to shift production from China to Vietnam of Apple, Google, Amazon and their main suppliers. Google's Pixel 6 smartphone would still be manufactured in China, although Google had planned to move production to northern Vietnam in early 2022. Apple's plan to shift production of MacBook, AirPods and iPad to Vietnam was also postponed. Production of smart doorbells, security cameras and smart speakers for Amazon were delayed since a May outbreak in the north.[279] Many Japanese businesses wanted to repatriate their staffs from Vietnam, and Chico's (a Florida-based women's clothing brand) and Callaway Golf (a golf manufacturer)h announced that some of their production had been moved to other countries.[280][281] In August 2022, Nikkei Asia ranked Vietnam last in resilience after the pandemic.[282] A two-month lockdown in Ho Chi Minh City (which contributes 20 percent of Vietnam's GDP) pushed many businesses to the limit when nearly all economic activity froze. Of 21,000 businesses surveyed by the Private Economic Development Research Board and VnExpress, 70 percent had closed (largely because of supply-chain disruptions). Concern about the Delta outbreak drove tens of thousands of people from their workplaces.[283] The lockdown jeopardized Vietnam's standing in the global supply chain.[284] According to the General Statistics Office, the country's gross domestic product (GDP) in the third quarter of 2022 fell 6.17 percent from the previous year.[285]

At a 5 December 2022 forum to discuss economic recovery plans, Central Economic Commission deputy head Nguyen Thanh Phong said that Vietnam's economy would have grown by seven percent in 2022 and 2022 without the pandemic. The country's growth rate increased by 2.91 percent in 2022, and was expected to increase by 2.5 percent in 2022. The Vietnamese economy lost about 847,000 billion₫, equivalent to $37 billion.[286]

Unemployment

According to a December 2022 General Statistics Office report, 32.1 million people nationwide were affected by the pandemic; 69.2 percent lost income, 39.9 percent had their work hours reduced, and about 14 percent were laid off. The service-sector workforce had the heaviest losses (71.6 percent affected), followed by industry and construction (64.7 percent) and agriculture, forestry and fishery (26.4 percent). The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs said that the number of people filing for unemployment in May 2022 increased 44 percent from the previous year. In the first five months of 2022, 26,000 companies ceased operating. The ministry estimated that the number of workers affected by the pandemic could increase during the second quarter of 2022.[264] Vietnam's workforce decreased by 1.2 million people that year; from 2022 to 2022 period, it increased by an average of 0.8 percent per year..[287]

The pandemic changed quarterly workforce trends. From 2022 to 2022 period, the workforce was smallest in the first quarter before increasing gradually and peaking in the fourth quarter. In 2022, the workforce began to decline in the first quarter; it declined sharply before bottoming in the second quarter, gradually recovering in the third and fourth quarters.[288]

Stockpiling

Stores across Vietnam quickly sold out of surgical masks and hand sanitizer after the initial cases of COVID-19 were reported in January 2022, following a similar trend in other Asian countries.[289] Interim Health Minister Vũ Đức Đam urged the public to remain calm during the outbreak and avoid excessive emergency buying.[290] Vietnamese authorities moved to arrest people who profiteered from the outbreak.[291]

Transportation and tourism

Number of flights from January to November in 2022 and 2022, by Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam

Sources: Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV)[292]

 

Line of Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar Pacific aircraft grounded due to the pandemic Noi Bai International Airport

Tourism is Vietnam's most-severely-affected industry, with the country's Civil Aviation Authority (CAAV) calling the pandemic the aviation industry's worst situation in the 60 years of the authority's existence. Of 234 Vietnam-registered aircraft, over 200 were grounded while airlines must spend hundreds of millions dollars on aircraft leasing costs, employee salaries, aircraft maintenance, and apron parking fees.[293] Vietnam Airlines estimated that its 2022 revenues could decline by $2.1 billion. As many as 10,000 employees (over 50 percent of its staff) took unpaid leave. According to CEO Duong Tri Thanh, the carrier was experiencing the most difficult period in its history.[294]

According to the General Statistics Office, about 16,300 foreigners came to Vietnam in August 2022 (primarily experts arriving to work). Since 25 July 2022, when the second wave began, many tourist attractions have been closed and measures were implemented to curb the spread of infection. The ancient imperial city of Huế, popular with foreign visitors, was empty during the pandemic; Thừa Thiên Huế province's tourism department said that 80 percent of its hotels were closed, and 8,000 people had lost their jobs.[295] Khánh Hòa province (where Nha Trang is located) saw its number of tourists fall by over 80 percent in 2022, and hundreds of hotels are being sold for low prices. Authorities have said that the pandemic has caused major difficulties for more than 1,100 accommodation facilities, and by February 2022 the provincial tourism department said that about 100 had suspended operations.[296]

Revenue from lodging and food and beverage services in 2022 was $22.1 billion (down 13 percent), and travel-agency revenue was $776 million (down 59.5 percent). The tourism sector served 3.83 million visitors (compared with a record 18 million in 2022) as the government closed borders and canceled all international flights.[297] Similar drops were seen in nearly all major markets, such as China, Malaysia, South Korea, Nhật bản and France.[271] According to a Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism report, about 90 percent of travel-related businesses in the city had to suspend operations during the pandemic's second wave.[298]

According to CAAV, 66 million passengers passed through the country's airports in 2022 (a 43.5-percent decrease). Twenty-two airports across Vietnam accommodated 340,000 flights operated by 68 foreign and five Vietnamese carriers, down 31.9 percent from 2022; they handled nearly 1.3 million tons of cargo, down 14.7 percent. Vietnam Airlines and two low-cost carriers (VietJet Air and Bamboo Airways) requested government support and refinanced loans, estimating that the industry would not fully recover until 2023 the earliest.[299][300][301]

The fourth wave of COVID-19 froze the summer 2022 tourist season, closing travel agencies, restaurants, hotels, and amusement parks. According to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, in the first nine months of 2022 the number of domestic tourists decreased by 16 percent compared with 2022 and by 52 percent compared with 2022. Tourism revenue was almost 137 trillion₫, down 41 percent from 2022. At the end of September, Vinh Phuc, Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Thanh Hoa, Quang Binh, Lam Dong and Ho Chi Minh City resumed intra-provincial tourism. Ho Chi Minh City offers tours of Can Gio and Cu Chi and other, commercial tours for frontline doctors. In mid-October, foreign tourists were again allowed isolated resorts and tourist areas.[302] On 12 November, CAAV deputy director Vo Huy Cuong said that the agency planned to organize nearly 30 flights to Kiên Giang and Khánh Hòa province. CAAV received a flight plan five days later from Vietnam Airlines and from VietJet Air on 20 November to the island of Phú Quốc in Kiên Giang province. About 20 flights to Kien Giang and Khanh Hoa are planned from Korea, Nhật bản, Taiwan and Thailand. On 17 November, a flight bringing 29 international tourists to Hội An landed Da Nang International Airport. They were the first international tourists to return to Vietnam under the country's vaccine passport program since the March 2022 suspension of international arrivals.[12][303]

Education

 

A Bắc Giang province student has her temperature checked in May 2022.

On 6 February 2022, under the leadership of Minister of Vietnam Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha, the Steering Committee for Disease Prevention and Control agreed to allow students to remain home for an additional week after the Tết holiday. On 14 February, the Ministry of Health reported that schools would remain closed nationwide. The closure was linked to a nationwide 31 March quarantine order, effect the following day. Schools began to adopt online instruction,[304] and the Ministry of Education and Training issued junior high- and high-school teaching plans for the second semester of the 2022–2022 academic year on 31 March.[305]

School closures from February to May impacted an estimated 21.2 million children nationwide, eliminating access to health and protective services and subsidized school meals. COVID-19 triggered school absences as children accompanied parents seeking employment opportunities in new locations. About three percent of rural households reported they stopped sending children to school due to reduced income.[306] Household registration was an administrative barrier, especially for migrant children, to the public-education system. The pandemic exacerbated Vietnam's digital divide; many students live in remote regions with limited internet coverage, cannot afford devices required for online learning, or do not have teachers proficient in such learning.[307] Online and distance-learning programmes did not attain nationwide coverage. Such learning programmes were available from primary to university levels in some provinces, focusing on grades 9 to 12 in others. Only large cities had programmes from elementary to high school, and user fees were required for some video lessons. Online and distance learning focused on maths, Vietnamese and English, and were often unavailable in ethnic-minority languages;[308] extracurricular programmes such as sex education were often not covered. Half of a UNICEF survey's respondents reported that their children studied less, or not all, while schools were closed. Many teachers were not equipped for online learning, with ethnic-minority and disabled children disproportionately affected.[309]

Pharmaceutical industry

Contrary to a pre-pandemic positive forecast, 2022 pharmaceutical revenue increased by less than three percent (compared with an historical annual average of nearly 12 percent) due to social distancing and tight control of hospital visits. According to SSI Research, infection concerns and strict health procedures many hospitals limited the number of patients who come for periodic check-ups, reducing the number of nationwide medical examinations and treatments by 10 to 15 percent. Consumers bought hand sanitizer and masks instead of over-the-counter drugs, reducing industry sales.

However, 2022 was a "significant" year for merger and acquisition activity (M&A) in the pharmaceutical industry. The total value of M&A in 2022 is estimated $72.8 million, with many foreign investors. The largest giảm giá was SK Group (Korea)'s $39.8 million purchase of 25 percent of Imexpharm Pharmaceutical Company (IMP). Stada Arzneimittel (Germany), specializing in generic drugs, spent over $17.3 million increasing its ownership in Pymepharco Joint Stock Company from 70 to 76 percent; ASKA Pharmaceutical (Nhật bản), specializing in gastrointestinal drugs, hormones and obstetrics and gynecology, spent $16 million to buy a 25-percent stake in Hataphar (Vietnam's second-largest drug company in 2022).[310]

The pandemic challenged the pharmaceutical industry, especially with disease spread. Vietnam's rapidly-aging population and increasing per-capita income supports long-term growth of the healthcare market, so "the possibility of the industry recovering in 2022 [was] very likely".[311]

Sports

The pandemic delayed the 2022 V.League 1 season, affecting the Vietnam national football team's preparations for the 2022 World Cup qualifications.[312][313] On 23 May 2022, Nam Dinh FC hosted a match against Hoang Anh Gia Lai FC before 10,000 fans Thiên Trường Stadium; it was the world's first professional football match to allow spectators since the pandemic began.[314][315] The inaugural Vietnamese Grand Prix, scheduled to be part of the 2022 Formula One World Championship, was postponed and later cancelled.[316][317][318] Due to international travel restrictions, esports winners of the Vietnam Championship Series could not participate in the 2022 League of Legends World Championship[319] and the 2022 Mid-Season Invitational.[320]

Song

The Vietnamese National Institute of Occupational and Environmental Health commissioned Min and Erik to record "Ghen Cô Vy" ("Jealous [of] Coronavirus"), a remake of the 2022 song "Ghen" ("Jealous"), to promote preventative measures against the pandemic such as personal hygiene, hand-washing and social distancing.[321][322][135] The song went viral, and was praised by John Oliver on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. UNICEF promoted the video to counteract COVID-19 hysteria.[323]

    Asian Development Bank: In December 2022, ADB announced that it gave Vietnam $600,000 in material aid. It facilitated the addition of protective equipment worth $500,000 to the National Lung Hospital in Hanoi and a $100,000 equipment upgrade the Ministry of Health's Public Health Emergency Operation Center (PHEOC).[324] Australia: Minister of Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham congratulated Vietnam on its achievements against the pandemic.[325] Birmingham thanked Vietnam for resuming the export of rice, helping rice-importing countries (including small countries in the Oceania-Pacific region) secure their food supply.[325] The Australian government pledged to supply 1.5 million AstraZeneca vaccine doses to Vietnam by the end of 2022.[326] Chile: Chilean Ambassador to Vietnam Jaime Chomali said that Vietnam recorded few new infections despite its high population (indicating that its efforts were successful), and was more confident in Vietnam's economic recovery than other regional countries.[327] China: In a phone call with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyễn Phú Trọng, Chinese Communist Party general secretary Xi Jinping said that he "appreciates the results of the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic in Vietnam, as well as the cooperation and coordination between the two countries in the fight against the coronavirus".[328][329] In June 2022, 500,000 doses of Sinopharm's Vero Cell vaccine and over 500,000 syringes (donated by the Chinese government) arrived in Hanoi.[330] Czech Republic: On 26 July 2022, the Czech government announced that it would provide Vietnam with 250,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The Czech prime minister said that although the epidemic in the Czech Republic continued to be complicated, the Czech government would continue to support Vietnam. It was ready to provide 500,000 doses of vaccines and rapid test kits to the country, calling on other European countries for similar support with doses of AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, and Sinopharm vaccines.[331] France: In August 2022, French president Emmanuel Macron announced that he would supply 670,000 doses of vaccine to Vietnam through COVAX.[332] Germany: In a 14 April 2022 statement on its Meta page on, the Federal Foreign Office expressed gratitude for the support of the Vietnamese government and its people for Germany's efforts to combat COVID-19.[333] By the end of September 2022, Germany had donated 3.45 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine and tens of thousands of medical devices to Vietnam.[334] Hungary: On 11 August 2022, the Hungarian government said that it would donate 100,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine and 100,000 rapid antigen test kits to Vietnam.[335] Nhật bản: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that his government would distribute an economic stimulus of ¥100,000 per person (including Vietnamese living and working in Nhật bản), affirming that efforts would continue to ensure safety for Vietnamese citizens. The governments agreed to continue working closely to strengthen exchanges and cooperation in all fields. Abe said that Nhật bản would offer a second support package to help Vietnam cope with the pandemic and assist its economic growth.[336] By August 2022, Nhật bản had donated nearly three million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to Vietnam.[337] Poland: In August 2022, the Polish government donated over 501,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine and medical equipment and supplies worth $4 million to Vietnam.[338] Romania: On 6 August 2022, the government of Romania announced that it would begin to donate 300,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Vietnam.[339] Russia: Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin agreed with the Vietnamese government to continue facilitating trade between the two countries during the pandemic. Mishustin praised Vietnam's response, and thanked the country for offering 150,000 face masks to Russia.[340] Russian Ambassador Konstantin Vnukov also praised Vietnam's fight against COVID-19, and hoped that the countries would continue their mutual support.[327] South Korea: South Korean President Moon Jae-in appreciated the measures taken by the Vietnamese government to contain the pandemic, saying that South Korea was ready to share experiences and cooperate with the country in fighting the pandemic and protecting the population.[341] Switzerland: The Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Swiss Humanitarian Aid agency said that a shipment of medical aid was sent from Zurich on 12 August 2022. The shipment, worth CHF five million ($5.4 million), consisted of 13 tons of medical equipment (including 30 ventilators, 500,000 antigen test kits and 300,000 masks).[342] United Kingdom: Gareth Ward, British Ambassador to Vietnam, expressed thanks for the support of the Vietnamese government for a British repatriation flight and its provision of medical supplies to aid the UK in combating the pandemic.[343] In August 2022, the United Kìngdom donated 415,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to Vietnam.[344] United States: United States Ambassador to Vietnam Daniel Kritenbrink praised the country's rapid response to the outbreak.[345] The US delegation also praised Vietnam for its quarantine efforts and has cooperated with the Vietnamese embassy in the United States.[346] Matthew Moore, a Hanoi-based CDC official, expressed "great confidence" in the Vietnamese government's response to the pandemic.[347]

Number of cases by city & province in Vietnam Locality Cases In-patient Recovered Deaths 63/63
localities 1.055.246 157 039 874.870 23.337 Ho Chi Minh City 448.216 35.617 395.334 17.265 Bình Dương 290.193 47.325 240.294 2.574 Đồng Nai 79.960 13.159 66.199 602 Long An 36.897 1.744 34.611 542 Tiền Giang 21.852 4.609 16.801 442 An Giang 19.133 6.857 12.068 208 Tây Ninh 17.662 4.947 12.517 198 Kiên Giang 15.480 2.933 12.408 139 Đồng Tháp 14.628 3.850 10.541 237 Khánh Hòa 10.813 1.815 8.904 94 Bình Thuận 10.468 4.469 5.915 84 Cần Thơ 9.734 1.227 8.354 153 Sóc Trăng 8.840 1.570 7.206 64 Bạc Liêu 7.867 3.331 4.458 78 Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu 7.620 1.920 5.642 58 Tp Hà Nội Thủ Đô 7.104 2.993 4.069 42 Bắc Giang 6.700 551 6.136 13 Đắk Lắk 6.101 2.233 3.832 36 Đà Nẵng 5.827 77 5.645 105 Vĩnh Long 5.597 2.676 2.867 54 Cà Mau 5.160 2.639 2.499 22 Trà Vinh 4.647 2.139 2.482 26 Bến Tre 3.826 1.274 2.497 55 Bình Phước 3.646 1.596 2.034 16 Phú Yên 3.356 174 3.143 39 Nghệ An 3.263 639 2.602 22 Ninh Thuận 3.190 910 2.240 40 Bắc Ninh 3.055 287 2.753 15 Hà Giang 2.607 222 2.383 2 Bình Định 2.487 636 1.832 19 Gia Lai 2.430 924 1.500 6 Hậu Giang 2.390 905 1.478 8 Quảng Bình 2.166 114 2.046 6 Tỉnh Quảng Ngãi 2.138 503 1.624 11 Quảng Nam 2.044 344 1.688 12 Thừa Thiên-Huế 1.918 664 1.243 11 Thanh Hóa 1.674 631 1.035 8 Đắk Nông 1.534 513 1.013 8 Phú Thọ 1.519 484 1.035 0 Tp Hải Dương 1.302 137 1.164 1 Hà Nam 1.265 128 1.137 0 Lâm Đồng 1.024 494 526 4 Tỉnh Nam Định 875 191 684 0 thành phố Hà Tĩnh 758 198 555 5 Thái Bình 711 523 188 0 Quảng Trị 667 136 529 2 Hưng Yên 603 104 497 2 Quảng Ninh 467 104 363 0 Vĩnh Phúc 388 125 260 3 Kon Tum 350 101 249 0 Sơn La 328 7 321 0 Lạng Sơn 303 5 297 1 Ninh Bình 273 49 224 0 Điện Biên 264 87 177 0 Hải Phòng Đất Cảng 164 22 142 0 Tuyên Quang 160 85 75 0 Tỉnh Lào Cai 150 14 136 0 Thái Nguyên 98 10 88 0 Hòa Bình 66 4 62 0 Lai Châu 36 0 36 0 Cao Bằng 32 32 0 0 Yên Bái 27 2 25 0 Bắc Kạn 12 0 12 0 As of 25 March 2022

Number of cases by age and conditions

Female

Male COVID-19 severe patient condition in Vietnam (as of 9 March 2022) Conditions Number of cases Using oxygen mask 2,964 Using high flow nasal cannula (HFNC) 469 Using non-invasive ventilation 97 Using invasive ventilation 344 Using ECMO 4


Number of cases by condition:

  In-patient: 64,085 (7.15% of confirmed cases)

  Discharged: 810,290 (90.42% of confirmed cases)

  Deaths: 21,802 (2.43% of confirmed cases)

  Other causes of deaths: 4 (0.00% of confirmed cases)


Number of cases by gender:

  Male: 45.0% of confirmed cases

  Female: 55.0% of confirmed cases


Number of cases by source of infection:

  Community-spread: 99.6% of confirmed cases

  Imported: 0.4% of confirmed cases

No. of confirmed cases, active cases, recoveries and deaths (linear)

Number of new cases per day

Number of active cases

Number of fatalities per day

Number of recoveries per day

Sources:
Ministry of Health of Vietnam (Chart from Vietnam Ministry of Health)
Vietnam COVID-19 statistics (VnExpress)

Details of deaths due to COVID-19 in Vietnam (as of 14 July 2022) Number Case no. Date Age Gender Nationality Place of detection Place of death Causes of death Notes Source Confirmed deaths 1 428 31 July 2022 70 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Huế Central Hospital Heart attack and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, ischemic heart disease [348]2 437 61 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure, respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and gout [349]3 499 1 August 2022 68 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Oncology Hospital Respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of leukemia, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure [350]4 524 2 August 2022 86 Female Vietnam Quảng Nam Province Huế Central Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease and heart disease [351]5 475 83 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital High blood pressure and COVID-19 Had a history of multiple joint osteoarthritis 6 429 53 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital Heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease and type 2 diabetes [352]7 426 4 August 2022 62 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Huế Central Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease [353]8 496 65 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital Heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease and sepsis [354]9 651 6 August 2022 67 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital Respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, lupus erythematosus and type 2 diabetes [355]10 718 67 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital Heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of malignant multiple myeloma, type 2 diabetes and sepsis [356]11 456 9 August 2022 55 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Gastrointestinal bleeding, cardiac arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure [357]12 430 10 August 2022 33 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, heart disease, high blood pressure and sepsis [358]13 737 47 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, heart disease and high blood pressure 14 436 66 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease [359]15 522 68 Male Vietnam Quảng Nam Province Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Pulmonary artery occlusion and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, left kidney cancer with lung metastases and type 2 diabetes [360]16 832 11 August 2022 37 Male Vietnam Quảng Trị Province Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease and type 1 diabetes [361]17 431 12 August 2022 55 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Hypotension and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and type 1 diabetes [362]18 485 13 August 2022 52 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes [363]19 623 83 Female Vietnam Quảng Nam Province Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of myelosuppression, sigmoid colon tumor, malnutrition [364]20 479 87 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Surgical site infection and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure 21 585 14 August 2022 61 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity [365]22 702 15 August 2022 63 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and heart disease [366]23 699 75 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and heart disease [367]24 575 16 August 2022 82 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of meningitis [368]25 698 18 August 2022 51 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital for Lung Diseases Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of ovarian cancer metastasis to the abdomen, kidney stones, urinary tract infections [369]26 666 22 August 2022 93 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, heart disease, high blood pressure [370]27 577 23 August 2022 73 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and anemia [371]28 758 26 August 2022 36 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, peritoneal dialysis, heart disease and high blood pressure [372]29 827 66 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease and high blood pressure [373]30 696 27 August 2022 51 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, heart disease and high blood pressure [374]31 996 29 August 2022 28 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital for Lung Diseases Septic shock, total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of acute lymphocytic leukemia, myelosuppression. [375]32 957 67 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, cerebrovascular accident and hemiplegia [376]33 742 31 August 2022 69 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital for Lung Diseases Septic shock, total organ failure, respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, heart disease, atrial fibrillation, type 2 diabetes [377]34 1,040 55 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng At home COVID-19 Had a history of Guillain-barre syndrome, type 2 diabetes [378]35 761 3 September 2022 83 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and gastrointestinal bleeding [379]36 3,839 15 May 2022 89 Female Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) (NHTD #2) Respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and collapsed vertebrae [380]37 3,055 17 May 2022 34 Male Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province NHTD #2 Traumatic brain injury and COVID-19 Brain injury due to traffic accident [381]38 3,197 20 May 2022 64 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of liver cancer [382]39 3,554 81 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of cirrhosis, diabetes, hypertension, gout [383]40 3,028 21 May 2022 70 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of diabetes and stroke [384]41 3,653 89 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Hospital for Lung Diseases Septic shock, respiratory arrest and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease, high blood pressure and gastritis [385]42 3,022 23 May 2022 72 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Total organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, high blood pressure [386]43 3,015 24 May 2022 50 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, multiple organ failure, sepsis, gastrointestinal bleeding and COVID-19 Had a history of cirrhosis [387]44 4,807 38 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province Bắc Giang General Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 The first case died without any underlying disease [388]45 3,760 26 May 2022 67 Female Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province NHTD #2 Septic shock, heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, hypothyroidism, diabetes and obesity [389]46 3,881 27 May 2022 81 Male Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 [390]47 3,026 28 May 2022 22 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, fungal bloodstream infection and COVID-19 Had a history of bone marrow failure. Youngest patient died by COVID-19 [391]48 3,354 1 June 2022 76 Male Vietnam Lạng Sơn Province NHTD #2 Multiple organ failure, hypovolemic shock and COVID-19 [392]49 5,463 2 June 2022 37 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock, sepsis and COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease and peritoneal dialysis [393]50 3,780 4 June 2022 67 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, multiple organ failure, sepsis and COVID-19 Had a history of lung cancer brain metastases [394]51 3,153 63 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of ankylosing spondylitis [395]52 4,369 5 June 2022 35 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of colon cancer lung metastases [396]53 3,018 53 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, multiple organ failure, aspergillosis and COVID-19 Had a history of polyneuropathy [397]54 3,422 8 June 2022 51 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, gastrointestinal bleeding and COVID-19 Had a history of toxic hepatitis [398]55 4,632 88 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province Bắc Giang Lung Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and senility [399]56 4,115 11 June 2022 65 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of cervical cancer [400]57 3,595 59 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of gallbladder cancer 58 4,118 12 June 2022 64 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of lung cancer [401]59 5,355 13 June 2022 76 Male Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province NHTD #2 Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of polyarthritis, duodenal ulcer [402]60 8,512 14 June 2022 87 Female Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease, high blood pressure and parkinson's disease [403]61 4,731 60 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, aspergillosis and COVID-19 Had a history of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma 62 8,217 18 June 2022 71 Female Vietnam Tây Ninh Province Bến Cầu Medical Centre Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of tuberculosis, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes [404]63 12,151 19 June 2022 90 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province Bắc Giang Psychiatric Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, necrosis of the left forearm and senility [405]64 3,866 67 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, candidiasis and COVID-19 Had a history of bronchial cancer 65 4,391 20 June 2022 53 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and high blood pressure [406]66 6,043 80 Male Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province NHTD #2 Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney disease and asthma 67 11,592 21 June 2022 75 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Củ Chi COVID-19 Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure, sepsis and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and dyslipidemia [407][408]68 6,891 86 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province Bắc Giang General Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease and senility 69 12,007 67 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Củ Chi COVID-19 Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and Cushing's syndrome 70 11,793 23 June 2022 61 Female Vietnam Tiền Giang Province Tiền Giang Hospital of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes [409]71 13,082 24 June 2022 88 Male Vietnam Bắc Giang Province Bắc Giang Psychiatric Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and senility [410]72 11,081 82 Male Vietnam Bắc Giang Province Bắc Giang Psychiatric Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, gout and senility 73 9,830 25 June 2022 44 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes [411]74 11,456 68 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and diabetes 75 9,779 27 June 2022 80 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, gout and Cushing's syndrome [412][413]76 14,656 53 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 77 13,827 29 June 2022 77 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Trưng Vương Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of cerebrovascular accident, hemiplegia and high blood pressure [414][415]78 13,347 54 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Trưng Vương Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of kidney disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes 79 10,474 64 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province Bắc Giang Psychiatric Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of cerebrovascular accident and polyarthritis 80 9,014 85 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes 81 12,938 30 June 2022 61 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Trưng Vương Hospital Multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of tuberculosis [416]82 3,799 2 July 2022 69 Male Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province Bắc Ninh General Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 [417]83 15,970 67 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Heart attack and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes chronic kidney disease and prostatic hypertrophy 84 11,618 64 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Củ Chi COVID-19 Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure, sepsis and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and ischemic heart disease 85 5,220 4 July 2022 81 Female Vietnam Bắc Ninh Province NHTD #2 Septic shock, blood fungal infection and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and stroke [418]86 9,533 64 Male Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock, blood fungal infection and COVID-19 Had a history of throat cancer 87 18,265 5 July 2022 68 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and ischemic heart disease [419]88 16,340 81 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and acute adrenal insufficiency 89 17,100 73 Female Vietnam Long An Province Long An General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, heart disease, lupus erythematosus, knee osteoarthritis, sacral ulcers and Cushing's syndrome 90 19,602 88 Female Vietnam Long An Province Long An General Hospital Gastrointestinal perforation and COVID-19 Had a history of ischemic heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pulmonary tuberculosis and stroke 91 13,881 6 July 2022 71 Female Vietnam Nghệ An Province Nghệ An Friendship General Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, diabetes and osteoarthritis [420][421][422]92 19,182 62 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Pulmonary embolism, septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic kidney disease and atrial fibrillation 93 8,581 97 Female Vietnam thành phố Hà Tĩnh Province NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure 94 3,180 62 Female Vietnam Hanoi NHTD #2 Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, diabetes and pancreatic cancer 95 17,901 68 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Bình Chánh District Hospital COVID-19 96 16,339 64 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and adrenal failure 97 20,261 64 Male Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and ischemic heart disease 98 10,096 7 July 2022 67 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province NHTD #2 Septic shock, multiple organ failure, heart attack and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and diabetes [423]99 13,183 49 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock, acute kidney injury and COVID-19 100 12,411 62 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes 101 13,709 63 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital COVID-19 102 14,812 56 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 103 12,566 8 July 2022 74 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Trưng Vương Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of cirrhosis due to hepatitis C, liver cancer, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes [424]104 13,041 72 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Đà Nẵng Lung Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure, gastrointestinal bleeding, candidiasis and COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, obesity and heart disease 105 10,096 67 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province NHTD #2 There was an error in the MOH's statistics, causing this patient to appear twice in the list of deaths (the 98th death) 106 15,569 9 July 2022 50 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Trưng Vương Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 [425]107 13,938 85 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Trưng Vương Hospital Multiple organ failure, heart failure and COVID-19 Had a history of stroke 108 20,587 54 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and ischemic heart disease 109 20,026 43 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital Acute coronary syndrome and COVID-19 Had a history of elevated liver enzymes, type 2 diabetes and thalassaemia 110 21,623 59 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province An Hiệp commune quarantine facility COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease, diabetes and multi-membrane tuberculosis 111 19,591 10 July 2022 59 Female Vietnam Long An Province Long An Lung Hospital Sepsis and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure [426]112 10,936 64 Female Vietnam Bắc Giang Province NHTD #2 Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of diabetes and thyroid nodules 113 13,099 11 July 2022 79 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure and COVID-19 Had a history of tuberculosis and type 2 diabetes [427]114 12,967 61 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 115 19,943 61 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, chronic kidney disease and ischemic heart disease 116 20,043 65 Male Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of sacral ulcer, cerebrovascular accident, type 2 diabetes and Cushing's syndrome 117 20,010 52 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease and type 2 diabetes 118 20,035 43 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, stroke and Cushing's syndrome 119 20,608 59 Male Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and cirrhosis due to hepatitis B 120 26,658 12 July 2022 44 Male Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of pleural cancer and cirrhosis [428][429]121 17,053 74 Male Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital Heart attack and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease 122 19,971 48 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital Heart attack and COVID-19 Had a history of heart disease, high blood pressure, chronic kidney disease and ischemic heart disease 123 19,607 67 Female Vietnam Long An Province Long An General Hospital Klebsiella pneumoniae infection and COVID-19 Had a history of decompensated cirrhosis, hepatitis B and heart disease 124 20,023 78 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of gastrointestinal infections, type 2 diabetes, chronic kidney disease and liver cancer 125 20,025 63 Female Vietnam Đồng Tháp Province Sa Đéc General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, chronic kidney disease and Cushing's syndrome 126 17,488 13 July 2022 38 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Củ Chi COVID-19 Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of chronic kidney disease [430][431]127 14,625 39 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Septic shock, kidney failure and COVID-19 Had a history of tuberculosis 128 13,298 61 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Phạm Ngọc Thạch Hospital Kidney failure and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure 129 18,753 48 Female Vietnam Đồng Nai Province Đồng Nai Lung Hospital Heart attack and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, obesity, abnormal liver enzymes and lipid disorder 130 12,451 55 Male Vietnam Bắc Giang Province NHTD #2 Septic shock, pneumothorax and COVID-19 Had a history of cirrhosis 131 2,983 65 Female Vietnam An Giang Province Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock, brain hemorrhage and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and diabetes 132 17,165 77 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes 133 21,842 14 July 2022 87 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock, heart attack and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and senility [432]134 27,272 67 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock, multiple organ failure, trichosporon asahii skin infection and COVID-19 Had a history of arthritis and stroke 135 16,223 83 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, senility and heart attack 136 18,453 80 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases Septic shock and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and heart disease 137 19,614 65 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cần Giờ COVID-19 Hospital Septic shock, multiple organ failure, gastrointestinal bleeding and COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes 138 25,574 42 Male Vietnam Long An Province En-route to hospital Heart failure, subcutaneous emphysema and COVID-19 Had a history of bronchial asthma and obesity Other causes and unconfirmed deaths 1 418 18 August 2022 61 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Huế Central Hospital (2nd Branch) Septic shock and chronic kidney failure Tested negative four times for COVID-19 [433]2 453 26 August 2022 56 Female Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock, heart failure and chronic kidney failure Tested negative three times for COVID-19 [434]3 764 2 September 2022 67 Male Vietnam Đà Nẵng Hòa Vang Medical Centre Septic shock and chronic kidney failure Tested negative three times for COVID-19 [435]4 2,229 13 February 2022 54 Male Nhật bản Hanoi Hanoi Somerset West Point Unknown Tested positive for COVID-19 after died, the patient was autopsied but the Vietnamese government never publicly announced the cause of death [436]5 — 8 June 2022 57 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City En-route to hospital Multiple organ failure Had a history of high blood pressure and diabetes. Died before confirmed with COVID-19 [437]6 17,108 3 July 2022 68 Male Vietnam Phú Yên Province Sơn Hòa District Medical Centre COVID-19 Had a history of stroke, unconfirmed by Vietnam's Ministry of Health [438]7 — 3 July 2022 26 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City 30-4 Hospital Septic shock, respiratory failure Tested positive for COVID-19 after died. The patient was a prisoner, may infected from guards Chí Hòa Prison [439]8 21,321 12 July 2022 81 Unknown Vietnam Phú Yên Province Phú Yên General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and Parkinson's disease [440]9 31,605 54 Unknown Vietnam Phú Yên Province Phú Yên General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of diabetes and polyarthritis 10 20,532 65 Unknown Vietnam Phú Yên Province Phú Yên General Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of high blood pressure 11 33,716 13 July 2022 68 Female Vietnam Phú Yên Province At home Unknown Had a history of high blood pressure and diabetes. Died before tested positive for COVID-19 [441][442]12 — 41 Male Vietnam Tiền Giang Province Tiền Giang Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of gout 13 19,684 94 Male Vietnam Tiền Giang Province Tiền Giang Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Hospital COVID-19 Had a history of senility Details of first 250 COVID-19 confirmed cases in Vietnam (as of 6 July 2022) Case Date Age Gender Nationality Place of detection Place of treatment Been to Wuhan, Hubei Been to Covid-19 countries (excluding China) Status Note Source 1 23 January 2022 66 Male China Ho Chi Minh City Cho Ray Hospital Yes No Discharged [443]2 28 Yes No Discharged Son of case 1 3 30 January 2022 25 Female Vietnam Thanh Hoa Thanh Hoa General Hospital Yes No Discharged [443]4 29 Male Vinh Phuc Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases Yes No Discharged 5 23 Female Yes No Discharged 6 1 February 2022 25 Female Vietnam Khanh Hoa Khanh Hoa Hospital of Tropical Diseases No No Discharged Related to cases 1 and 2 [443]7 2 February 2022 73 Male United States Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital of Tropical Diseases Yes No Discharged Stayed Wuhan Tianhe International Airport before flying to Vietnam [443]8 3 February 2022 29 Female Vietnam Vinh Phuc Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) Yes No Discharged [443]9 4 February 2022 30 Male Vietnam Vinh Phuc Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) Yes No Discharged [443]10 42 Female Binh Xuyen District Medical Centre No No Discharged Cousin of case 5 11 6 February 2022 49 Female Vietnam Vinh Phuc Binh Xuyen District Medical Centre No No Discharged Mother of case 5 [443]12 16 No No Discharged Sister of case 5 13 7 February 2022 29 Female Vietnam Vinh Phuc Tam Dao Health Centre Yes No Discharged [443]14 9 February 2022 55 Female Vietnam Vinh Phuc Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Neighbor of case 5 [443]15 11 February 2022 3 months Female Vietnam Vinh Phuc Vietnam National Children's Hospital No No Discharged Grandchildren of case 10 [443]16 13 February 2022 50 Male Vietnam Vinh Phuc Binh Xuyen District Medical Centre No No Discharged Father of case 5 [443]17 6 March 2022 26 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged Visited to United Kingdom, Italy and France. Related to flight VN54 cluster [444][445]18 7 March 2022 27 Male Vietnam Ninh Binh Ninh Binh General Hospital No Yes Discharged Worked in Daegu [446]19 64 Female Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Aunt of case 17 20 27 Male No No Discharged Driver of case 17 21 8 March 2022 61 Male Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged Flight VN54 cluster [447]22 60 United Kingdom Da Nang Da Nang Hospital No Yes Discharged 23 66 No Yes Discharged 24 67 Female Ireland Quang Ninh Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 25 50 United Kingdom No Yes Discharged 26 74 Male No Yes Discharged 27 70 Female No Yes Discharged 28 69 Male Lao Cai No Yes Discharged 29 70 Female No Yes Discharged 30 66 Thua Thien Hue Hue Central Hospital (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 31 9 March 2022 49 Male United Kingdom Quang Nam Hue Central Hospital (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged Flight VN54 cluster [448]32 10 March 2022 24 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Hospital of Tropical Diseases No Yes Discharged Friend and related to case 17 London before flied to Vietnam [449]33 58 Male United Kingdom Quang Nam Hue Central Hospital (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged Flight VN54 cluster [450]34 51 Female Vietnam Binh Thuan Binh Thuan General Hospital No Yes Discharged Visited United States and Qatar 35 11 March 2022 29 Female Vietnam Da Nang Da Nang Hospital No No Discharged Related to cases 22 and 23 in Da Nang 36 64 Binh Thuan Binh Thuan General Hospital No No Discharged Helper of case 34 37 37 No No Discharged Employee of case 34 38 28 No No Discharged Daughter-in-law of case 34 39 25 Male Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Tour guide for case 24 [451]40 12 March 2022 59 Male Vietnam Binh Thuan Binh Thuan General Hospital No No Discharged Husband of case 34 41 28 No No Discharged Son of case 34 42 2 Female No No Discharged Granddaughter of case 34 43 47 No No Discharged Close contact with case 38 44 13 Male No No Discharged Son of case 37 45 13 March 2022 25 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged Close contact with case 34 46 30 Female Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged Flight attendant on flight VN54 47 43 No No Discharged Helper of case 17 48 14 March 2022 31 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged Close contact with case 34 49 71 United Kingdom Thua Thien Hue Hue Central Hospital (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged Husband of case 30, related to flight VN54 cluster 50 24 Female Vietnam Quang Ninh 2nd Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 51 50 Male Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 52 22 Female No Yes Discharged 53 53 Male Czech Republic Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 54 15 March 2022 33 Male Latvia Ho Chi Minh City Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged [452][453]55 35 Germany Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 56 30 United Kingdom No Yes Discharged 57 66 United Kingdom Quang Nam Quang Nam General Hospital No Yes Discharged Same flight as case 46 58 16 March 2022 26 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged [452]59 30 No Yes Discharged Flight attendant on flight VN54 60 29 Male France No Yes Discharged 61 42 Vietnam Ninh Thuan Ninh Thuan General Hospital No Yes Discharged 62 17 March 2022 18 Male Vietnam Quang Ninh Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged [452]63 20 Female Hanoi No Yes Discharged 64 36 Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 65 28 No No Discharged Colleague of case 45 and 48 66 21 No Yes Discharged 67 18 March 2022 36 Male Vietnam Ninh Thuan Ninh Thuan General Hospital No Yes Discharged Same flight as case 61 [452]68 41 United States Da Nang Da Nang Hospital No Yes Discharged 69 30 Germany Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 70 19 Vietnam No Yes Discharged 71 19 Female No Yes Discharged 72 25 France No Yes Discharged Girlfriend of case 60 73 11 Male Vietnam Hai Duong Thanh Mien District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged Same flight as case 46 and 59 74 23 Bac Ninh Bac Ninh General Hospital No Yes Discharged 75 40 Female Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 76 52 Male France Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 77 19 March 2022 25 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged [452]78 22 Male No Yes Discharged 79 48 Female Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 80 18 Male No Yes Discharged Son of case 79 81 20 No Yes Discharged 82 16 Female No Yes Discharged 83 50 United States No Yes Discharged 84 21 Male Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 85 20 No Yes Discharged 86 20 March 2022 54 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Bach Mai Hospital nurses [452]87 34 No No Discharged 88 25 No Yes Discharged 89 22 Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 90 21 No Yes Discharged 91 43 Male United Kingdom Ho Chi Minh City Hospital of Tropical Diseases & Cho Ray Hospital[454] No Yes Discharged Pilot of Vietnam Airlines, related to Bar Buddha cluster 92 21 March 2022 21 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged [452]93 20 Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 94 64 Female No Yes Discharged 95 22 March 2022 20 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged [452]96 21 Female No Yes Discharged 97 34 Male United Kingdom Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged Related to Bar Buddha cluster 98 34 No Yes Discharged 99 29 Vietnam No Yes Discharged 100 55 No Yes Discharged 101 26 Female Dong Thap Sa Dec General Hospital No Yes Discharged Passengers on flight VN50 102 9 No Yes Discharged 103 22 Male No Yes Discharged 104 33 Female No Yes Discharged 105 35 Tra Vinh Tra Vinh Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Hospital No Yes Discharged 106 20 No Yes Discharged 107 25 Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Daughter of case 86 108 19 Male No Yes Discharged 109 42 No Yes Discharged 110 19 Female No Yes Discharged 111 25 No Yes Discharged 112 30 No Yes Discharged 113 18 No Yes Discharged 114 23 March 2022 19 Male Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged [452]115 44 Female No Yes Discharged Daughter of case 94 116 29 Male No No Discharged Doctor who infected from his patients 117 30 Tay Ninh Tay Ninh General Hospital No Yes Discharged Visited Cambodia 118 23 Female No Yes Discharged 119 29 Male United States Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 120 27 Canada No Yes Discharged Close contact with case 91 121 58 Vietnam Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged 122 24 Female Da Nang Da Nang Hospital No Yes Discharged Worked as a bartender in Bangkok, Thailand 123 17 Ben Tre Binh Dai District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged 124 24 March 2022 52 Male Brazil Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged Related to Bar Buddha cluster [455]125 22 Female South Africa Can Gio District Medical Centre No No Discharged 126 28 Male Can Gio District Medical Centre No No Discharged 127 23 Vietnam Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged 128 20 Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 129 20 No Yes Discharged 130 30 No Yes Discharged 131 23 No Yes Discharged 132 25 Female No Yes Discharged 133 66 Lai Chau No No Discharged Infected from Bach Mai Hospital 134 10 Male Thanh Hoa No Yes Discharged 135 25 March 2022 27 Female Vietnam Da Nang Da Nang Hospital No Yes Discharged [455]136-140 21-36 3 males, 2 females Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes 5 Discharged 141 29 Male Vietnam No No Discharged Doctor infected by his patients 142 26 March 2022 26 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged 143 58 Female South Africa Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 144 22 Male Vietnam Tra Vinh Tra Vinh Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Hospital No Yes Discharged 145 34 Male Vietnam Can Tho Can Tho Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Hospital No Yes Discharged 146 17 Female Vietnam Ha Tinh Cau Treo General Hospital No Yes Discharged 147 19 Male Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 148 58 France No Yes Discharged 149 40 Male Vietnam Quang Ninh 2nd Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 150 55 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged 151 45 Female Brazil Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged Close contact with case 124 152 27 Female Vietnam Can Gio District Medical Centre No No Discharged Sister of case 127 153 60 Female Vietnam Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 154 27 March 2022 23 Female Vietnam Can Tho Can Tho Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Hospital No Yes Discharged 155-156 21 1 male, 1 female Vietnam Bac Lieu Bac Lieu General Hospital No Yes 2 Discharged 157 31 Female United Kingdom Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged Related to Bar Buddha cluster 158 45 Male Brazil No No Discharged 159 33 Male Brazil Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged 160 30 Female Vietnam No Yes Discharged 161 88 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Infected from Bach Mai Hospital 162 63 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Daughter-in-law of case 161 163 43 Female Vietnam Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Grand daughter of case 161 164-166 28 March 2022 23-58 2 males, 1 female Vietnam Ninh Binh Ninh Binh General Hospital No Yes 3 Discharged 167 20 Female Denmark Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 168 49 Females Vietnam Ha Nam Ha Nam General Hospital No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 169 49 Females Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged 170 27 Male Vietnam Ninh Binh Kim Son District General Hospital No No Discharged Related to Bach Mai Hospital cluster 171 19 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 172 35 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Daughter-in-law of case 133 173 43 Female Vietnam No Yes Discharged 174 57 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 175-177 29 March 2022 38-57 1 male, 2 females Vietnam Hanoi No No 3 Discharged 178 44 Female Vietnam Thai Nguyen No No Discharged 179 62 Male Vietnam Thanh Hoa Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 180-182 19-33 1 male, 2 females Vietnam Ninh Binh Ninh Binh General Hospital No Yes 3 Discharged 183 43 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Close contact with case 148 184 42 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 185 38 Male Vietnam No No Discharged Infected from Bach Mai Hospital 186 52 Female France No Yes Discharged Wife of case 76 187 30 Male United States No Yes Discharged 188 44 Female Vietnam Ha Nam Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 189-196 30 March 2022 21-49 8 females Vietnam Hanoi No No 8 Discharged 197 41 Male Vietnam No No Discharged Infected from Bach Mai Hospital 198-202 23-61 5 females Vietnam No No 5 Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 203 35 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged 204 31 March 2022 10 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Children's Hospital No Yes Discharged 205 41 Male Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 206 48 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged Driver of cases 124 and 151 207 49 Male Brazil No No Discharged Husband of case 151 and colleague of case 124 208 1 April 2022 38 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 209 55 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Related to case 163 210 26 Female Vietnam Ha Tinh Cau Treo General Hospital No Yes Discharged 211 23 Female Vietnam Ninh Binh Ninh Binh General Hospital No Yes Discharged 212 35 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 213 40 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Related to Bach Mai Hospital cluster 214-215 31-45 1 male, 1 female Vietnam No No 2 Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 216-218 25-48 3 females Vietnam No Yes 3 Discharged 219 2 April 2022 59 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Related to case 133 and infected from Bach Mai Hospital 220-222 20-28 1 male, 2 females Vietnam No Yes 3 Discharged 223 29 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 224 39 Male Brazil Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No No Discharged Related to case 158 225-226 22-35 2 males Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes 2 Discharged 227 31 Male Vietnam No No Discharged Son of case 209 228 3 April 2022 29 Male Vietnam Ninh Binh Ninh Binh General Hospital No Yes Discharged 229 30 Female Vietnam Nho Quan District General Hospital No Yes Discharged 230 28 Female Vietnam Ninh Binh General Hospital No Yes Discharged 231 57 Female Vietnam Ha Nam Ha Nam General Hospital No No Discharged Working Bach Mai Hospital 232-233 24-67 1 male, 1 female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes 2 Discharged 234 69 Female Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Can Gio District Medical Centre No Yes Discharged 235-236 25-26 1 male, 1 female United Kingdom Cu Chi Field Hospital No No 2 Discharged Related to Bar Buddha cluster 237 64 Male Sweden Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 238 4 April 2022 17 Female Vietnam Ha Tinh Cau Treo General Hospital No Yes Discharged Close contact with case 210 239 71 Male Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No No Discharged Infected from Bach Mai Hospital 240 29 Female Vietnam Ninh Binh Ninh Binh General Hospital No Yes Discharged Working in Bangkok, Thailand and related to case 166 241 5 April 2022 20 Male Vietnam Bac Lieu Bac Lieu General Hospital No Yes Discharged 242 6 April 2022 34 Female Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 243 47 Male Vietnam No No Discharged Infected in Bach Mai Hospital 244-245 21-44 2 females Vietnam No Yes 2 Discharged Passengers on flight SU290 246 7 April 2022 33 Male Vietnam No Yes Discharged 247 28 Male Vietnam Dong Nai Dong Nai Lung Hospital No No Discharged Close contact with cases 124 and 151 248 20 Male Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Field Hospital No Yes Discharged 249 55 Male Vietnam Hanoi Hanoi National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (2nd Branch) No Yes Discharged 250 8 April 2022 50 Female Vietnam No No Discharged Neighbour of case 243
    COVID-19 pandemic by country and territory

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Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 13 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 2 bệnh nhân COVID-19 tử vong". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 13 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Trường hợp mắc COVID-19 tử vong thứ 21 vì bệnh lý nền nặng". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 14 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 thứ 22 tử vong". Tuổi Trẻ (in Vietnamese). 15 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Trường hợp mắc COVID-19 thứ 23 tử vong vì bệnh lý nền nặng". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 15 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Trường hợp mắc COVID-19 thứ 24 tử vong vì bệnh lý nền nặng". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 16 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 thứ 25 tử vong ở tuổi 51". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 18 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân 666 tử vong". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 22 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân 577 - ca thứ 27 tại Việt Nam tử vong". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 23 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Trường hợp mắc COVID-19 thứ 28 tử vong là bệnh nhân 758". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 26 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 thứ 29 tử vong". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 26 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân 696 tử vong lúc nửa đêm ở tuổi 51". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 27 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 tử vong ở tuổi 28". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 29 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 thứ 2 tử vong trong ngày là người phụ nữ 67 tuổi". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 29 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Trường hợp mắc COVID-19 thứ 33 tử vong vì bệnh lý nền nặng là bệnh nhân 742". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 31 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân 1040 tử vong trước khi có kết quả dương tính SARS-CoV-2". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 29 August 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 thứ 35 tử vong". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 3 September 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân Covid-19 89 tuổi tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 15 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Nam bệnh nhân 34 tuổi tử vong, ca tử vong thứ 37 liên quan COVID-19". Tuổi Trẻ (in Vietnamese). 17 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 trên nền ung thư gan tử vong, ca tử vong thứ 38". Tuổi Trẻ (in Vietnamese). 20 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 39 liên quan tới COVID-19 tại Việt Nam có nhiều bệnh nền". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 20 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bộ Y tế chính thức công bố ca tử vong 40 có liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 21 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 thứ 41 tử vong là cụ bà 89 tuổi có nhiều bệnh lý nền nặng". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 21 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân COVID-19 thứ 42 tử vong là cụ bà 72 tuổi". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 23 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong liên quan đến COVID-19 thứ 43 tại Việt Nam là bệnh nhân 50 tuổi có tiền sử xơ gan". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 24 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bộ Y tế công bố ca tử vong thứ 44 là nữ bệnh nhân 38 tuổi ở Bắc Giang". Vietnam MOH (in Vietnamese). 24 May 2022. Retrieved 24 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca bệnh thứ 45 tử vong liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 26 May 2022. Retrieved 26 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 46 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 27 May 2022. Retrieved 27 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Nữ bệnh nhân 22 tuổi là ca tử vong thứ 47 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 28 May 2022. Retrieved 28 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 48 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 1 June 2022. Retrieved 1 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 49 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 2 June 2022. Retrieved 2 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 50 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 4 June 2022. Retrieved 4 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân Covid-19 thứ 51 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 4 June 2022. Retrieved 4 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân ung thư 35 tuổi mắc Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 5 June 2022. Retrieved 5 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 53 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 5 June 2022. Retrieved 5 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 54 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 8 June 2022. Retrieved 8 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân Covid-19 thứ 55 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 8 June 2022. Retrieved 8 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Hai bệnh nhân ung thư mắc Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 11 June 2022. Retrieved 11 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm bệnh nhân ung thư mắc Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 12 June 2022. Retrieved 12 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 59 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 13 June 2022. Retrieved 13 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 60, 61 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 14 June 2022. Retrieved 14 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ca tử vong thứ 62 liên quan đến COVID-19 tại Việt Nam". VTV (in Vietnamese). 18 June 2022. Retrieved 18 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 2 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 19 June 2022. Retrieved 19 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 2 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 20 June 2022. Retrieved 20 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân Covid-19 thứ 67 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 21 June 2022. Retrieved 21 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm hai bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 21 June 2022. Retrieved 21 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 1 ca tử vong liên quan đến COVID-19". VTV (in Vietnamese). 23 June 2022. Retrieved 23 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Hai bệnh nhân Covid hơn 80 tuổi ở Bắc Giang tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 24 June 2022. Retrieved 24 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm hai bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 25 June 2022. Retrieved 25 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân Covid-19 thứ 75 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 27 June 2022. Retrieved 27 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong sau một ngày nhập viện". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 27 June 2022. Retrieved 27 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Hai bệnh nhân Covid-19 ở TP Hồ Chí Minh tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 29 June 2022. Retrieved 29 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 2 bệnh nhân COVID-19 tại TP. Hồ Chí Minh, Bắc Giang tử vong". VTV (in Vietnamese). 29 June 2022. Retrieved 30 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "TP. Hồ Chí Minh: Thêm 1 người ở quận Bình Tân tử vong do COVID-19". VTV (in Vietnamese). 30 June 2022. Retrieved 30 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Ba bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 2 July 2022. Retrieved 2 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Hai bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 4 July 2022. Retrieved 4 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bốn bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 5 July 2022. Retrieved 5 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân Covid-19 đầu tiên ở Nghệ An tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 5 July 2022. Retrieved 5 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "4 nữ bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 6 July 2022. Retrieved 6 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 3 bệnh nhân tử vong do COVID-19 tại TP. Hồ Chí Minh, Đồng Tháp". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 6 July 2022. Retrieved 6 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "5 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 7 July 2022. Retrieved 7 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm ba bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 8 July 2022. Retrieved 8 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "5 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 9 July 2022. Retrieved 9 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Hai bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 10 July 2022. Retrieved 10 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "7 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 11 July 2022. Retrieved 11 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 4 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 12 July 2022. Retrieved 12 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 2 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VTV (in Vietnamese). 12 July 2022. Retrieved 12 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 5 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 13 July 2022. Retrieved 13 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 2 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong tại An Giang, TP Hồ Chí Minh". VTV (in Vietnamese). 13 July 2022. Retrieved 13 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Thêm 6 bệnh nhân Covid-19 tử vong". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 14 July 2022. Retrieved 14 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân 418 tử vong sau khi có kết quả xét nghiệm 4 lần âm tính với SARS-CoV-2". Thư viện pháp luật (in Vietnamese). 18 August 2022. Retrieved 31 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân 453 tử vong sau 3 lần âm tính SARS-CoV-2". Vietnam Ministry of Health (in Vietnamese). 26 August 2022. Retrieved 31 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bệnh nhân 764 tử vong sau 3 lần âm tính SARS-CoV-2". Vietnam Ministry of Health (in Vietnamese). 2 September 2022. Retrieved 31 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Tp Hà Nội Thủ Đô ghi nhận ca nhiễm Covid-19 mới là người Nhật Bản". Nhân Dân (in Vietnamese). 15 February 2022. Retrieved 31 May 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Một bệnh nhân tử vong trên đường đi cấp cứu, dương tính với SARS-CoV-2". VTV (in Vietnamese). 8 June 2022. Retrieved 8 June 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Phú Yên ghi nhận thêm 50 ca dương tính SARS-CoV-2, một bệnh nhân tử vong". VTV (in Vietnamese). 3 July 2022. Retrieved 3 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Bị can ở trại giam Chí Hòa tử vong, nhiễm Covid-19". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 6 July 2022. Retrieved 6 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Phú Yên thông tin về 3 bệnh nhân Covid-19 vừa tử vong". Vietnamnet (in Vietnamese). 13 July 2022. Retrieved 13 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Phó Hiệu trưởng trường THPT ở Tiền Giang tử vong do Covid-19". Vietnamnet (in Vietnamese). 13 July 2022. Retrieved 13 July 2022.cite web: CS1 maint: url-status (link) ^ "Phú Yên thêm 12 người nhiễm SARS-CoV-2 và 1 bệnh nhân tử vong". 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"Đang chờ kết quả xét nghiệm lần 4 của bệnh nhân nghi là ca thứ 39" [Waiting for the 4th test results of patients suspected to be the 39th case]. Tuổi Trẻ (in Vietnamese). Archived from the original on 11 March 2022. Retrieved 11 March 2022. ^ a b c d e f g h i "TP Hồ Chí Minh thêm 3 ca dương tính nCoV" [3 more nCoV cases in Ho Chi Minh City]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 23 March 2022. Retrieved 23 March 2022. ^ "Lãnh đạo tỉnh Đồng Tháp họp khẩn trong đêm khi có 4 ca dương tính với COVID-19 về từ Anh" [4 COVID-19 cases in Dong Thap Province]. Tuổi Trẻ (in Vietnamese). 22 March 2022. Retrieved 23 March 2022. ^ "BV Chợ Rẫy lôi kéo toàn lực để cứu chữa cho phi công người Anh". Tuổi Trẻ. Retrieved 22 May 2022. ^ a b "Thêm 11 ca dương tính nCoV" [More 11 nCoV cases in]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 24 March 2022. Retrieved 24 March 2022.

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