Vietnam’s COVID-19 cases rise to 810

(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam on Saturday afternoon reported 21 new cases of COVID-19, including 20 cases linked to Da Nang outbreak  and 1 imported case who was quarantined shortly after entry in Hanoi.

Vietnam’s COVID-19 cases rise to 810 - ảnh 1A signpost of the special islolated zone  (Photo: Ministry of Health)

The locally transmitted cases include 15 cases in Da Nang, two in Quang Nam province, two in Bac Giang province, and one in Khanh Hoa province. 

By 6pm Saturday, Vietnam had a total of 810 cases of COVID-19, of whom 317 imported cases are immediately isolated.

The number of new cases related to Da Nang since July 25 has risen to 353.

395 patients have been cured. The death toll has been 10.