Despite rising infections, the number of critical cases and deaths dropped after nearly two months of reopening the economy.
Vietnam saw 12,450 coronavirus cases on November 25, the highest single day figure reported in two months and a half, as a result of the flexible adaptation approach since October 2021.
Speaking at a national meeting today [November 25], Deputy Health Minister Nguyen Truong Son said with the current pandemic situation, the criterion of evaluating 100,000 new Covid-19 cases a week is no longer important. The current method is to focus on assessing the rate of serious patients, hospitalization, death, and treatment capacity.
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