Vietnam reported two new cases of COVID-19 infection on Monday, raising the total confirmed cases in the country to 1,539 with 35 deaths, according to its Ministry of Health.
The new cases included a Vietnamese citizen and a foreign expert who recently entered the country from abroad and were quarantined upon arrival.
The ministry also announced that 22 more patients have been given the all-clear, raising the total cured cases in the country to 1,402 as of Monday.
Meanwhile, nearly 18,000 people are being quarantined and monitored, the ministry said.
The country has gone through 48 consecutive days without any new COVID-19 cases in the community, according to the ministry.
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