After being quarantined and treated for several weeks, Nguyen Thi Nam, 30, and Pham Thi Binh, 42, tested negative for the virus three times in a row and their health was normal, said Nguyen Thanh Hai, health department director of Vinh Phuc, home to most of the new coronavirus infections detected in Vietnam so far. Nam was among eight workers of Japan-invested Nihon Plast Company sent to train for two months in Wuhan City, epicenter of the new coronavirus outbreak. They returned to Vietnam on January 17. Six of them have tested positive for the virus and two others are awaiting test results. Nam had showed no symptoms of SARS-CoV-2, like fever and cough. She also remained healthy during the quarantine period. On February 7, she tested positive for the deadly virus. We are sorry On her discharge, Nam thanked all the people who had taken care of the new coronavirus patients, and apologized to the community at large. “We didn’t know and didn’t want to be infected with the virus. We feel sad because we have affected everyone, and making doctors and medical staff take care of us,” she said. Binh had contracted the virus from her neighbor Nguyen… Read full this story
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