Vietnam Confirms Two More Cases Of Wuhan Coronavirus Including Infected 3-Month Old Baby
3-MONTH-OLD BABY INFECTED – According to health authorities in Vietnam, two more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed, one of which was a 3-month old baby.
Based on an article from CNN, a 55-year-old woman and the three-month-old lady were the latest people in Vietnam to have contracted the deadly virus.
The two patients were among 10 people in the northern Vinh Phuc province that were infected. In total, Vietnam has confirmed 15 cases of the coronavirus.
Meanwhile, there have been over 1,000 deaths due to the virus outbreak. Along with this, more than 42,500 people have been infected worldwide.
The baby had been tested after her grandmother was discovered to be infected with the virus. As per the report, she spent four days at her grandmother’s house.
Luckily, the baby is in a stable condition but was put in quarantine. Meanwhile, the 55-year-old woman is the neighbor of an infected patient who had a history of travel to Wuhan.
She was also quarantined and in a stable condition at a local clinic on Sunday.
There have also been speculations that this number is still being sugarcoated by the Chinese government and state media.
According to some experts, the actual number of infected could be over 100,000. Meanwhile, a Chinese billionaire claimed to have insider information that there had already been more than 1.5 million cases of the virus.
Along with this, experts have also conducted research that revealed that the incubation period for the virus could be longer than 14 days. This meant that there are thousands of undetected cases.
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