Three COVID-19 patients in Da Nang discharged from hospital

Friday, 2020-03-27 18:21:47
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The 29-year-old saleswoman from the Dien May Xanh electronics supermarket discharged from hospital.
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NDO/VNA – Three COVID-19 patients at Da Nang Hospital in the central city of Da Nang were discharged on March 27 after making a full recovery.

Two of them are British tourists who flew from Hanoi to Da Nang on March 2 and tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the cause of the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 8.

The other is a 29-year-old saleswoman from the Dien May Xanh electronics supermarket in Hai Chau district, Da Nang city, who came into direct contact with the British nationals before being confirmed positive for the virus on March 9.

The three are now in stable health with no symptoms of fever, coughing or breathing difficulties, having tested negative for the coronavirus at least three times in a row.

However, they will still be put in quarantine at accommodation establishments and at home for 14 days.

At present, Da Nang Hospital is treating three cases whose condition has improved, according to Pham Ngoc Ham, head of the hospital's tropical medicine department.