All of the COVID-19 infection cases in Hanoi have been tracked down, with no community transmission detected, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung said at a meeting on March 9.
The Disease Control Centre of Hanoi has instructed healthcare centres in districts to intensify supervision in to detect any cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - The capital city of Hanoi has experienced a boom in the number of dengue fever cases from several places across seven districts, according to the municipal Department of Health.
VOV.VN - The number of dengue fever cases has continued to rise throughout Vietnam in recent weeks as the epidemic is predicted to undergo a number of complicated developments in the near future, according to the Ministry of Health.
Hanoi will increase activities to improve its population quality in the time ahead, Deputy Director of the municipal Department of Health Hoang Duc Hanh stated on July 9.
Experts are warning against an outbreak of dengue fever and hand-foot-mouth disease as wet weather continues.
The number of new dengue fever cases in Hanoi continued to drop in the last few weeks, announced the city’s Department of Health on October 9.
About 6,700 dengue cases have been recorded in Hanoi since the beginning of 2017, causing three deaths, according to the municipal Health Department.
Dengue fever cases are on the rise in Hanoi, as weather has been favourable to the development of infected mosquitoes.
The health sector of Hanoi has built a monitoring system for early detection of epidemics across the locality as part of efforts to improve the city’s capacity to prevent and control diseases.
As many as six more cases of Japanese encephalitis (JE) have been reported in Hanoi over the past week, raising the total cases to nine, the city’s Preventive Medicine Centre announced on June 29.
Three hotlines for reporting issues related to food safety were launched in Hanoi on May 17.
Diseases in Hanoi have been controlled over the past three months, Deputy Director of the municipal Health Department Hoang Duc Hanh has said.
Hanoi’s Department of Health is intensifying measures to prevent Japanese encephalitis.