On April 29, the Ministry of Health reported the number of cases from April 28 at 4 p.m. to April 29 at 4 p.m. Accordingly, through the National System for Case Management COVID-19 recorded 6,068 new infections, of which 0 were imported and 6,068 domestic (a decrease of 1,048 cases compared to the previous day) in 59 provinces and cities (with 4,592 cases in the municipality).
The places where the number of infections decreased the most compared to the previous day: Dak Lak (-214), Vinh Phuc (-204), Phu Tho (-89). The places that recorded the most infections compared to the previous day: Gia Lai (+341), Son La (+30), Da Nang (+19). Average number of new infections registered in the country in the last 7 days: 8,030 cases/day.
Number of cured patients to be cured in one day: 3,225 cases. Total number of cases healed: 9,245,528 cases.
From 5:30 p.m. April 28 to 5:30 p.m. April 29, one death was recorded in Bac Kan.
The number of tests conducted from April 27, 2021 to date was 39,496,313 samples, representing 85,796,776 changes of person, an increase of 873 samples compared to the previous day.
On April 28, 887,474 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were injected. Thus, the total number of vaccine doses administered is 214,532,764 doses.
In addition, the Ministry of Health issued some notable guidelines on the same day:
+ Adaptation of the definition of COVID-19 cases and medical measures for close contacts (Message No. 1909/BYT-DP of 04/15/2022);
+ Temporary suspension of application of health declaration at border crossings for COVID-19 at all border crossings of Vietnam for persons entering Vietnam from 00:00 on April 27, 2022 (Official Letter No. 2118/BYT). -DP on April 26, 2022);
+ Cancellation of documents related to biological products, medical devices for diagnosis and testing of SARS-CoV-2 (dispatch 2139/BYT-TB-CT of April 27, 2022).
– The Ministry of Health continues to investigate, evaluate and review the legal regulations and switch measures to prevent and control the COVID-19 epidemic from Group A infectious disease to Group B infectious disease based on the epidemic situation.