Vietnam added 1945 local cases of COVID-19 on the 11th yesterday, setting a new high for 4 consecutive days. The number of confirmed cases in Ho Chi Minh City, the hardest hit area, reached 1,397.
The Ministry of Health of Vietnam informed that Vietnam added 1945 local cases of COVID-19 yesterday. Among them, the number of confirmed cases in Ho Chi Minh City, which implemented social distancing measures on the 9th, remained high. Yesterday, another 1,397 people contracted the disease, which also set a new record.
The latest wave of COVID-19 outbreak in Vietnam broke out in late April. As this outbreak is related to a highly contagious variant virus, the number of people infected in the country has exceeded 26,000 in more than two months. The economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City has more than 13,000 people have been diagnosed, accounting for about half of the total number of diagnoses.