Vietnam reports 3,639 new COVID-19 cases on October 25

  • Photo: Giving a COVID-19 vaccine shot to a resident in Duc Hanh commune, Bu Gia Map district, the southern province of Binh Phuoc. VNA Photo: K GỬIH
    Photo: Giving a COVID-19 vaccine shot to a resident in Duc Hanh commune, Bu Gia Map district, the southern province of Binh Phuoc. VNA Photo: K GỬIH
  • Photo: Giving a COVID-19 vaccine shot to a resident in Duc Hanh commune, Bu Gia Map district, the southern province of Binh Phuoc. VNA Photo: K GỬIH
    Photo: Giving a COVID-19 vaccine shot to a resident in Duc Hanh commune, Bu Gia Map district, the southern province of Binh Phuoc. VNA Photo: K GỬIH
The Ministry of Health announced 3,639 new cases of COVID-19, on October 25, along with 65 COVID-19 related deaths. Among these new cases, 19 were imported and 3,620 were local transmissions. Of these, 1,573 were detected in the community. The national tally now stands at 892,579, of which 887,797 are the result of the fourth wave of infections that swept the country since late April. VNA Photo: K GỬIH

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