|Eleven patients are discharged from two Da nang hospitals September 2.
Six released patients are from Da Nang Lung Hospital, and the other five are from Hoa Vang Field Hospital. Notably, one of the patients endures cerebrovascular accident and hemiplegic complication.
These patients had responded well to treatment and tested negative for the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 disease, at least twice.
They raised the number of discharged patients to 746 out of 1,044 COVID-19 cases Vietnam has registered so far this year.
September 2 is the fourth consecutive day Vietnam has recorded no coronavirus cases, since the virus resurged in the country in late July. Da Nang is the epicenter of the latest outbreak, registering nearly 400 cases alone.
Thirty-four deaths have been confirmed since the virus spread in the country in January 2020, but they have all been counted following the resurgence of the virus in Da Nang nearly two months ago.
Most of the deaths were elderly people who suffered from serious diseases such as end-stage chronic kidney failure, end-stage blood cancer, coronary syndrome, acute respiratory failure, polyarthritis, hypertension, diabetes (Types 2), sepsis, pneumonia, and multi-organ failure.