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Vietnam is mulling escalation of COVID-19 prevention measures after new outbreak sites have been detected in the northern Hai Phong City and Quang Ninh Provinces and the Central Highlands provine of Gia Lai.
The COVID-19 clusters in Hai Duong’s Chi Linh City arose 10 days ago, said the Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam during the Thursday and Wednesday’s emergency meetings on COVID-19 prevention in Hanoi.
Sampling up to third-tier contacts
“The first batch of test on Thursday morning recorded 72 cases of COVID-19 infection in Hai Duong and 10 others in Quang Ninh. These figures might shoot up during the night and the morning after, but we should not be too concerned as we extended testing up to third-tier contacts of the infected,” the deputy PM stated.
According to Dam, the medical sector has not missed a pace since the outbreak started, as they approached the issue since the first infection is confirmed.
This kind of swift and proactive responses has not been seen in the wake of the outbreak in Da Nang City back in July 2020, he added.
However, as a new, fast-spreading strain of the coronavirus has been reported on the Hai Duong cases, medical workers manage to pass on at least four rounds of patients within a span of 10 days.
“That the strict [COVID-19 prevention] guideline at Quang Ninh’s Van Don Airport failed to contain the virus can be attributed to negligence in just a minute,” he denoted.
“Other outbreak is bound to happen if this kind of negligence continues.”
By Thursday afternoon, the hospitals in charge had obtained over 4,000 samples from Hai Duong Province had release results from the second batch of tests in the Thursday evening.