A medical worker sterilises a COVID-19 quick test station in Hanoi on March 31st. (Photo: VNA)
From March 11th to 21st, the patient stayed at Ngoc Anh Hotel at 38 Luong Van Tuy street in Ninh Binh province.
On March 21st, he travelled from Ninh Binh province to Hanoi at 9.30am in a limousine coach.
From March 21st to 22nd, he stayed at Canary Hanoi Hotel at 4 Vu Huu Loi street, Hanoi.
From March 22nd to 31st, he stayed at Star Hotel at 2/25 Lam Du street, Hanoi’s Long Bien district.
On March 26th, he was involved in an accident and was sent to Vietnam-France Hospital in an ambulance. He returned to a hotel afterwards.
On March 31st, he started having a nosebleed and had an examination at Duc Giang General Hospital then was transferred to the National Institute of Haematology and Blood Transfusion.
The patient was confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 on April 1 and admitted to the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases.
The Ministry of Health requested all people visiting these areas during the mentioned time frames to immediately contact local centres for disease control and prevention for guidance on health monitoring.
As of April 4th morning, Vietnam had reported 239 COVID-19 infection cases, including 86 patients given all clear./.