Vietnam COVID-19: Jan. 1, 2023 sees the lowest number of new cases in nearly 2 years

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The Vietnamese Ministry of Health Bulletin on the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 dated January 1, 2023 reported that there were 53 new cases, and the momentum has continued to decrease over the past few days. This is the day with the lowest number of new cases in nearly two years.

According to the statistics of the Ministry of Health, last week, the total number of COVID-19 cases in our country reached 1028, with an average of less than 150 cases / day. This is also the week with the lowest number of new cases in several months. The number of critically ill patients has also decreased. Officials continue to closely monitor the epidemiological situation, especially the emergence of new types of COVID-19.

Since the beginning of the epidemic, Vietnam has had 11,525,284 COVID-19 infections, ranking 13/230 countries and regions, while with a ratio of infections/1 million people, Vietnam ranks 117/230 countries and regions (116,472 cases per million people in. rate).

The total number of deaths from COVID-19 in Vietnam so far has reached 43,186, accounting for 0.4% of the total number of infections.

The total number of deaths ranked 26/230 territories, with the number of deaths per million people ranking 139/230 countries and territories in the world. Compared to Asia, the total number of deaths ranked 7/49 (3rd in ASEAN), and deaths per million people ranked 21/49 in Asian countries and regions (3rd in ASEAN).

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