Vietnam records no new COVID-19 cases


HANOI, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) — Vietnam reported no new cases of COVID-19 infection on Thursday, with its total confirmed cases standing at 1,059 and 35 deaths from the disease so far, according to its Ministry of Health.

The ministry also announced that three more COVID-19 patients have been given all-clear, raising the total cured cases in the country to 893 as of Thursday.

Meanwhile, over 36,100 people are being quarantined and monitored in the country, according to the ministry.

Following the positive news on the COVID-19 epidemic situation, localities in Vietnam have started to ease restrictions against the epidemic.

Local authorities of northern Thai Binh province have allowed the reopening of relics, sports and entertainment activities, karaoke services, among others on condition that epidemic prevention and control measures are ensured, Vietnam News Agency reported on Thursday.

Earlier, other localities including southern Ho Chi Minh City and central Phu Yen province also had the same move to reopen non-essential services. Enditem


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