People in close contact with Covid-19 patients no longer required to self-quarantine, says Vietnam health ministry


A tour guide speaks to visitors at Ponagar Temple in Nha Trang, Vietnam, on Sunday, March 27, 2022. Nha Trang ia a beach-blessed resort town on Vietnam’s east coast. - Bloomberg

HANOI, April 17 (Vietnam News/ANN): People who have been in close contact with Covid-19 cases (F1 cases) are now no longer required to self-quarantine but have to avoid going to large gatherings, according to new guidance issued by Vietnam's Ministry of Health.

The new guidance gives new definitions of Covid-19 patients (F0), and F1 cases, along with medical measures for them, which takes into account the very high vaccination coverage and a strong decline in both serious cases and fatalities due to the virus in Vietnam.

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