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The Tan Phu chain of patients is related to the missionary association outbreak

The Tan Phu chain of patients is related to the missionary association outbreak 12

The Tan Phu chain of patients is related to the missionary association outbreak

According to doctor Dinh Thi Hai Yen, Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control (HCDC), the couple living in Tan Phu district were found positive for Covid-19 when examined at Hoan My Saigon Hospital on May 27.

From here, the city investigated and traced 7 more related cases, who were close contacts of the couple.

This colleague lives with his sister.

According to Dr. Yen, case 6781 has had symptoms of respiratory infection since May 20.

In addition, on the evening of May 29, the results of viral gene decoding of the infection chain linked the Tan Phu couple and the Indian variant to the Renaissance Missionary Church outbreak.

`Through the above data, it is concluded that the chain of infection involving the Tan Phu couple is related to the Renaissance Missionary Church epidemic cluster, through `patient 6907`, analyzed Dr. Yen.

The outbreak related to the Renaissance Missionary Church was recorded from three cases of index patients discovered at Gia Dinh People’s Hospital on May 27.

Through the process of investigation and tracing, the city continuously discovered cases of illness related to this missionary association.

The city continues to investigate and trace contact cases, taking large-scale testing samples from areas related to infected cases to assess risk.

According to HCDC, the pathogen may already be in the community, people need to increase vigilance but not panic.

The President of Ho Chi Minh City decided to socially distance the entire city according to Directive 15, especially Go Vap district and Thanh Loc ward (District 12) according to Directive 16, from 0:00 on May 31.

HCDC recommends that the city ensure adequate supply of necessities during the quarantine period so people do not need to rush to buy them, creating an unnecessary crowd gathering, posing the risk of spreading the disease.

A mother and her baby infected with Covid-19 living in Tan Binh district (related to the Renaissance Missionary Church chain) boarded the car to the hospital for treatment to conveniently take care of the baby, on May 30.

Le Phuong

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