Vietnam reports 24 new coronavirus cases, all imported; cases pass 300

Reported by: Reuters

HANOI (Reuters) – Vietnam reported 24 new coronavirus infections on Friday, all of which were imported cases involving Vietnamese citizens returning from Russia who were placed under quarantine on arrival, the country’s health ministry said.

The Southeast Asian country has gone 29 days without a domestically transmitted infection and has registered a total of 312 cases, with no deaths, the ministry said.

Over 90% of Vietnam’s confirmed cases have recovered.

(Reporting by Phuong Nguyen; Editing by Tom Hogue)

Feature image caption and credits: FILE PHOTO: File picture of a health worker after spraying disinfectant inside a Vietnam Airlines plane during the coronavirus outbreak, at Noi Bai airport in Hanoi, Vietnam February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kham

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