How can Vietnam, a country with no money or no advanced medical system, avoid the death of a coronavirus in one of its 97 million people?
The medical staff said it was simple, and it moved quickly and quickly. Vietnam Ignore China And the World Health Organization (WHO) initially insisted that there was no evidence of interpersonal transmission from person to person, and rapid measures were taken, such as strict isolation and contact tracking before the first case was found, CNN reports.
“We are not just waiting for the guidelines of the World Health Organization. We use the data collected from home and abroad (countries) to decide to take action as soon as possible,” said Pham Quang Thai, Deputy Director of Infection Control Department, Hanoi National Institute of Health and Epidemiology.
A temperature screen was implemented at the airport in early January to respond to passengers from the virus hub in Wuhan, China. About a week later, government officials enacted stricter medical quarantine regulations at border crossings, seaports, and airports.
Vietnam did not report the first case of coronavirus until January 23, but by then the country was ready.
Vietnam Declare Although there were only six confirmed cases in the country, a national pandemic broke out on February 1. All flights between Vietnam and China were suspended, and visas to Chinese citizens were suspended the next day.
Vietnam lifted Social alienation rules Three weeks after the suspension of production in late April, but no local infections have been reported More than 40 days. Both businesses and schools Reopen, Life is slowly returning to normal pace.