Despite recording negative tests, the underlying health issues of these patients mean that they remain in a critical condition and require intensive treatment.
The four severe cases include the country’s 19th patient, two British citizens aged 69 and 74, in addition to a 50-year old Vietnamese national.
At present, three of the patients remain on ventilators, although one patient no longer requires assistance to breath.
In addition, the health of medical workers who had been infected with the COVID-19, including two doctors from the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases and two nurses at Bach Mai Hospital, remains stable.
|The nation’s 49th patient was discharged from hospital on the morning of March 31
Hue Central Hospital in Phong Dien district of Thua Thien Hue province announced on March 31 morning that the country’s 49th patient, a 71-year old male who is a British citizen, had undergone successful treatment for the COVID-19 and had been discharged from hospital.