Another COVID-19 patient has retested positive for the new coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease following her recovery in Ho Chi Minh City, raising the total number of relapses in Vietnam to nine. The steering committee for COVID-19 prevention and control in the southern metropolis confirmed on Tuesday evening that patient No. 151, a 45-year-old Brazilian woman living in District 2, had suffered a relapse after a recovery from COVID-19 on April 18. This is the third relapse case in Ho Chi Minh City and the ninth in the country so far. Her husband, a 49-year-old Brazilian man and Vietnam’s patient No. 207, previously retested positive for the virus on Monday, following his hospital discharge on April 18. The couple were both brought to a makeshift hospital for COVID-19 treatment in outlying Cu Chi District for quarantine and further monitoring on Monday. Patient No. 151 tested negative for the novel coronavirus on Monday, but a second test came back positive on Tuesday. The Ministry of Health has recently ordered hospitals in the country to treat all relapse cases similarly to how they would approach a fresh COVID-19 case. All COVID-19 patients who have finished their treatment in Vietnam are to undergo a… Read full this story
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