How could Vietnam, a country without a wealth or advanced health care system, even avoid the death of a corona virus in its 97 million inhabitants?
Simple, say the medical authorities, it acted swiftly and swiftly. Vietnam Ignored China And the World Health Organization’s initial assertion that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission and the use of swift measures such as severe isolation, and contact tracing, before its first case was detected. CNN reported.
“We are not just waiting for WHO guidelines. We have decided to take action in advance of data collected from outside and outside the country,” said Pam Quang Thai, Vice President of the Infection Control Department of Hanoi National Health and Epidemiology.
Temperature screenings were made at airports in early January for passengers arriving from Wuhan, China, the center of the virus. A week or so later, government officials implemented more stringent medical quarantine regulations at border gates, ports and airports.
Vietnam’s first coronavirus cases were not reported until January 23, but the country was ready at the time.
Vietnam Announced Despite six confirmed cases in a nationwide epidemic on February 1. All flights between Vietnam and China were terminated, followed by visas for Chinese citizens the next day.
Vietnam lifted Social Distance Rules In late April after three weeks of discontinuation, but did not report any local infections Over 40 days. There are businesses and schools Reopened, And life slowly begins again at a normal pace.