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Hanoi (VNA) -
Twenty-two COVID-19 patients in Vietnam were declared on April 14 as having totally recovered from the disease, bringing the total of this group to 168, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.

Seventeen patients at the Hanoi-based National Hospital for Tropical Diseases were declared to have recovered, including 15 Vietnamese and two foreigners - a 69-year-old British man and a 60-year-old French woman.

Meanwhile, the Cu Chi Emergency Hospital in HCM City announced that five more patients have recovered, including two Vietnamese and three foreigners - a 51-year-old Brazilian man, a 58-year-old South African woman, and a 25-year-old British man.

These patients have tested negative for the third time, are in a stable condition, and exhibited no symptoms like coughing or fever.

All are eligible to be officially recognised as having recovered and will continue to be quarantined and monitored for 14 days following their discharge from hospital./.