More than 1,140 babies born in Hanoi during seven-day Tet holiday
VOV.VN - There were a total of 1,142 newborns delivered during the seven-day Lunar New Year (Tet) festival from January 20 to January 26, according to the latest report by the Hanoi Department of Health.
The department reported that the capital’s healthcare facilities maintained round-the-clock operations throughout the holiday and provided emergency aid to nearly 2,000 patients, including 868 victims of traffic accidents, 920 cases involving daily accidents, and six cases caused by firecrackers.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC Hanoi) also said that the epidemic situation in the capital remained stable during the holiday.
The CDC Hanoi also implemented quarantine requirements for 506 international flights carrying 68,779 passengers. However, no cases of infectious diseases, such as Ebola, A/H7N9, or A/H5N6, were detected during the reviewed period.