The discharged pair are both 29-year-old male Vietnamese citizens who had recently returned to the country from coronavirus hit Russia.
Following their swift quarantine upon arriving at the airport, each individual was confirmed to have tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus which leads to the COVID-19 on May 18 and June 13, respectively.
After receiving treatment, the pair tested negative for the COVID-19 twice before being successfully discharged from the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases in Hanoi.
Both men are now in stable health condition and have been displaying no symptoms of the virus, such as a fever, a cough, or shortness of breath.
The two will be placed into isolation to undergo a mandatory 14-day observation period to ensure that there is no possibility of the virus reoccurring or being transmitted among the wider community.
Following the discharge of the two patients, the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases in Hanoi is now only treating one remaining COVID-19 patient.
As of 4pm on June 16, the country has gone over 61 consecutive days without any locally transmitted cases of the COVID-19.
Indeed, as many as 325 individuals out of the nation’s 334 COVID-19 cases have since gone on to make a full recovery from the virus, equal to 97.3% of all patients, with no deaths recorded as a result of the virus.