Last week, the number of dengue fever cases decreased by 32.5 percent compared to the four-week average, with the number of inpatients down 37.6 percent, outpatients down 27.1 percent, and no deaths were recorded.
Today, the Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control (HCDC) said that last week, the number of dengue fever cases in the city decreased by 24.2 percent compared to the average of 4 weeks ago; however, it is still high compared to the same period of the years. Worse, 29 people succumbed to the fatal disease.
The Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control (HCDC) said that in the past week, the number of dengue fever cases decreased by 21.7 percent compared to the average of four weeks ago, but still higher than the same period in previous years. Worse, 29 people succumbed to the disease this year.
The merchandise amount to stabilize the Ho Chi Minh City market during the month of Quy Mao Tet holiday 2023 is estimated to satisfy 25-43 percent of the community’s demands. This is the information delivered by Deputy Director of the HCMC Department of Industry and Trade Le Huynh Minh in yesterday’s October summary meeting for socio-economic-medical tasks in the city.
The Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control said that although the number of dengue fever cases last week from August 22 to August 28 decreased by more than 21 percent compared to the average of four weeks ago, but it was still higher than the same period in previous years.
Today, the Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control (HCDC) said that this week, Ho Chi Minh City recorded one more death attributed to dengue, bringing the total number of deaths from dengue this year to 18 cases.
After the World Health Organization (WHO) declared monkeypox as a global health emergency, the Department of Health of Ho Chi Minh City has just organized training programs to guide the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of monkeypox cases for nearly 250 students from hospitals and health centers in the city.
According to the Ministry of Health, from the beginning of 2022 until now, the country has recorded more than 120,000 people with dengue fever including 40 deaths, compared with the same period last year, the number of cases has so far more than tripled compared to the same period in 2021.
A working delegation of Ho Chi Minh City led by Deputy Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Nguyen Ho Hai this morning did a survey of Covid-19 and dengue prevention and control works in District 4.
Because cases of dengue fever in Ho Chi Minh City especially in residential areas with many motel rooms, and industrial parks are increasing, there are significant concerns that Covid-19 is currently overlapping with other viruses, particularly dengue.
Delegates continued to discuss contents that voters are concerned about, and representatives of departments and units answered questions and reported issues in the sectors under their management at the second meeting of the sixth plenary session of the tenth-tenure People’s Council of Ho Chi Minh City on July 7.
The Ministry of Health yesterday announced that up to now, the country has recorded over 92,000 people with dengue fever and 36 deaths. Compared to the figure of two weeks ago, the number of dengue cases has increased by about 15,000 cases and the number of deaths has increased by six cases.
Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen suggested that conference participants focus on discussing and giving an assessment of what can and cannot be done as well as proposed breakthrough solutions to create new impetus for the city’s recovery.
According to Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, thanks to Covid-19 vaccines, the disease has been controlled, making people subjective, so the injection of the third and fourth doses tends to slow down. Although the number of new Covid-19 cases has decreased, the risk that the Covid-19 pandemic recurs still lingers if people are reluctant to get vaccinated.