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Vietnam has zero coronavirus deaths. Here’s why. | CNBC Reports

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Vietnam has zero coronavirus deaths. Here’s why. | CNBC Reports

Vietnam is among a handful of countries to have reported no fatalities from the coronavirus pandemic. Timothyna Duncan reports on how the country, which shares a porous land border with China, defied the odds.
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Thank you very much Simon. January 23The starting date of the epidemic was noted to be January 23, when the first two cases of the coronavirus infection, a Chinese man from Wuhan and his son, were confirmed.
Vietnam stops flying to coronavirus-stricken areas in China 30 January

Vietnam declares novel coronavirus epidemic
1 February

April 1 All passenger flights to Vietnam on all airlines are suspended from April 1, 2020.
All inbound travellers coming to Vietnam will be required to submit a health declaration and undergo COVID-19 medical checks upon arrival. Travellers can fill out the health declaration at the airport or submit it in advance at this link.


Vietnam lifted social isolation measures on April 23

Vietnam has suspended the entry of all foreigners from March 22 until further notice to limit the spread of COVID-19. The measure will not apply to diplomats, officials, foreign investors, experts, and skilled workers as per Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.

When a person tests positive (called F0), a list is made of all the people with whom they have come into contact. These people (called F1) are immediately contacted and sent for a 14-day quarantine in closed quarters (barracks, hotels and apartment blocks requisitioned for this purpose), or in their own homes.
They are systematically tested and must inform the people with whom they in turn have been in contact. This third category of people (F2) will have to respect social distancing and, if possible, self-isolate at home for 14 days. If someone from the F1 category tests positive, they become F0 and the process is repeated until all potentially infected people have been tracked.


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Việt Nam's wartime strategy successfully deployed for COVID-19 battle
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A Vietnamese Government poster to fight COVID-19.

Việt Nam recently celebrated the 45th anniversary of the country’s National Reunification and victory over a global superpower, but it has also been praised internationally in the past few weeks for initially winning the battle against an invisible enemy – the novel coronavirus.
Even though the SARS-CoV-2 virus has led to more than 3.5 million infections and 240,000 deaths globally, there have been only 271 confirmed cases (or 2.8 cases per million people) so far in Việt Nam, and no deaths reported. According to official figures, the country has recorded no new cases of community transmissions of the coronavirus for 18 days.
This is no small feat since Việt Nam shares a long border with China, the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, is a low-income country, and has a huge population of 95 million people.
The World Economic Forum, the Financial Times and many others have applauded Việt Nam for its low-cost COVID-19 control and prevention model, and the Australian Strategic Policy Institute said “decisive leadership, accurate information and community solidarity” had helped Việt Nam to manage the pandemic.
So what's the secret? It was the Government’s call for action: Fighting the epidemic is like fighting the enemy.
This is a success story the country has used throughout historic wars to mobilise nationalism.
The Government has even dubbed its campaign against COVID-19 the Spring General Offensive of 2020 — an echo of the General Offensive, General Uprising of 1975.
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What's Happening with Covid-19 in Vietnam

Vietnam, a developing country that shares a border with China, is one of the world's most surprising success stories in the fight against Covid-19. CSIS's Gregory Poling looks at the keys to their success and how it will impact the region going forward. This is what's happening with Covid-19 in Vietnam.

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Coronavirus USA: Public anger grows as deaths top 140,000 | DW News

Coronavirus cases are surging across the United States. COVID-19 has now killed more than 140,000 people in the US, and the case load is rising sharply across the country. California reported a record increase of nearly 12,000 new COVID-19 infections on Monday, while Florida reported more than 10,000. Public anger is growing over a perceived lack of leadership and national strategy in the Trump administration to tackle the pandemic. DW's Ines Pohl reports from Arizona, and Stefan Simons reports from Florida.

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Hospitalizations and coronavirus deaths spike in hot spots nationwide

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. crossed 3 million on Wednesday as a surge of new infections and hospitalizations continued across the nation. David Begnaud has the latest.

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NYC Reports No Coronavirus Deaths For First Time Since Outbreak Started | NBC New York

New York City health officials reported zero deaths related to the novel coronavirus four months after the state's first official death was recorded on March 11.

According to initial data reported by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, no one died from the virus in New York City on July 11. Officials recorded no confirmed deaths the day before as well, but did have two probable deaths.

The department's data shows there hasn't been a day without a coronavirus-related death since March 13, two days after the first reported death.

Each sign of progress in New York has come in the shadow of an ever-growing national spike that continues to plague the U.S. crisis. On Sunday, Florida reported more than 15,000 positive cases of the virus. It's the highest single-day number for any state and cleared the record previously set in New York back in April.

COVID-19 spreads in Vietnam after outbreak at tourist spot

A COVID-19 outbreak at a Vietnamese domestic tourist spot last weekend has now spread to the country’s two largest cities. The government is now bracing for another wave of the disease.

This came as Hong Kong implemented tougher measures as it too has seen a recent rise in cases.

Thailand is also looking nervously at its neighbours after these recent increases in cases of COVID-19 as the government has started to encourage internal travel and tourism to help its ailing economy.

Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Bangkok, Thailand.

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Vietnam battles second pandemic wave

Vietnam has placed a second city into lockdown due to a rise in coronavirus infections after being virus-free for months. The pandemic has spread across the country over the past two weeks, including in three cities. More than 600 people are infected and six have died.
Al Jazeera's Raheela Mahomed has more.


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COVID-19: Vietnam's capital Hanoi carries out mass testing for thousands who visited Danang

Vietnam is battling a new wave of COVID-19 infections linked to the holiday spot of Danang. Since the virus resurfaced, 42 cases have been confirmed across six cities and provinces. After three virus-free months, medical workers are going door-to-door to track down people who travelled to Danang since coronavirus restrictions were eased. In Hanoi alone, more than 20,000 people will be tested. Transport links to and from Danang have been cut off for 15 days.

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COVID-19: Vietnam quarantines commune of 10,000 people to curb spread of coronavirus

Vietnamese authorities have locked down a commune of 10,000 people after six cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus were discovered there. It's the first mass quarantine outside of China since the virus first emerged from Wuhan. CNA's Tung Ngo tells us more about Son Loi, 40km from Hanoi.

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Still ZERO Coronavirus Death in VIETNAM? Does It Impact Business Opportunities?

ZERO DEATHS!
Vietnam has been coping so well with the coronavirus and marks itself as one of the SAFEST countries for investors right now!
While many manufacturers are moving out of China, Vietnam has been standing out as one of the best destinations for investors. The key main factor that is considered as one of the 2020 business trends is to open a new manufacturing plant in the industrial zone in Vietnam.

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LIVE: Former CDC Head Discusses 1 Million Covid-19 Deaths Worldwide

The world officially recorded 1 million deaths from Covid-19, though health experts say the real tally might be almost double. The virus’s rapid spread and ability to transmit in people who show no signs of the disease have enabled it to outrun measures to accurately quantify cases through widespread diagnostic testing.

The U.S. has by far the most recorded deaths, topping 200,000, with Brazil and India together accounting for over 200,000 more. Worldwide, the growth in the number of daily deaths has eased since spiking in March and April, helped by improved medical care and ways to treat the disease. But as resurgences flare in Europe and North America ahead of winter and the flu season, Covid-19 fatalities may rise again.

Estimates of a higher death toll, would rank it among the top five causes for deaths globally based on historical figures.

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Coronavirus: India's COVID-19 death toll passes 100,000 with no sign of an end

India’s death toll from the novel coronavirus rose past 100,000 on Saturday, only the third country in the world to reach that bleak milestone, after the United States and Brazil, and its epidemic shows no sign of abating.

Total deaths rose to 100,842, the health ministry said, while the tally of infections climbed to 6.47 million after a daily increase in cases of 79,476. India now has the highest rate of daily increase in infections in the world.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, faced with a collapsing economy after imposing a tough lockdown to try to stem the spread of the virus in late March, is pushing ahead with a full opening of the country.

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Experts explain how Florida counts COVID-19 deaths

The Florida Department of Health recorded 120 deaths related to COVID-19 on Thursday, July 9, 2020 -- a grim milestone for the state since the pandemic began.

Health experts say the daily number of deaths reported by the state does not reflect the actual amount of deaths on Thursday. Instead, it's a representation of the number of deaths over about a one-week time span.

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Brazil Passes 75,000 Coronavirus Deaths As Bolsonaro Stands By Hydroxychloroquine | NBC News NOW

Brazil passed a grim milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic as it approached 2 million confirmed cases, including President Jair Bolsonaro.
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COVID-19: Vietnam places second city under lockdown

Vietnam has placed a second city under lockdown as it works to contain a coronavirus outbreak. The country has reported 21 new infections, taking its total past 640.

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Vietnam to evacuate 80,000 people from Da Nang after COVID-19 outbreak

Vietnam is locking down the tourist city of Da Nang, after four people tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend. Eighty thousand people, mostly local tourists, are being evacuated.

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San Diego surge of COVID-19 with 18,400 cases and 400 deaths recently

Mayor Kevin Faulconer joins us to discuss his emergency executive order to open more outdoor seating for restaurants after having to close indoor dining.

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Covid-19: India’s virus death toll becomes the world’s fourth largest

India added 942 deaths from the novel coronavirus in the past 24 hours. The country's Covid-19 death toll grew to the fourth largest globally. France 24 Diya Gupta tells us more.

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Brazil's coronavirus death toll surpasses 100,000

Brazil on Saturday surpassed 100,000 coronavirus deaths and three million cases of infection, crossing the grim milestone after President Jair Bolsonaro said he had a clear conscience on his response to the outbreak.

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