Among the trio were the country’s 257th and 264th patients who had originally contracted the virus from Ha Loi village, a COVID-19 hotspot situated in Me Linh district.
The other patient released was the nation’s 270th case, a Vietnamese student who had been returning from Japan. Upon arrival at Van Don International Airport, she was immediately placed into isolation at Thai Binh Military School.
The group were successful discharged from the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Hanoi on May 18 after recording several consecutive negative tests for the COVID-19.
At present, each of the patients is enjoying a stable health condition, with none of the group displaying any symptoms of the virus such as a fever, a cough, or shortness of breath.
Following their discharge from the medical facility the trio will now be placed into isolation in order for them to undergo a mandatory 14-day observation period in an effort to ensure that there is no possibility of the virus reoccurring or being passed on.
As of the afternoon of May 18, 263 people out of a total of 320 COVID-19 cases nationwide have gone on to make a full recovery, equivalent to 82%, with no deaths being recorded as a result of the virus.