Among the new infections, 15 cases were detected in the community. Twelve are related to the COVID-19 outbreak in Quoc Oai district.
Six were found in Thanh Oai district, five in Quoc Oai district, three in Long Bien district and one each in Dong Da and Hoang Mai districts.
The number of infections in the new cluster in Quoc Oai's Sai Son commune has reached 19 since the first one was detected on October 24. Of them, ten were reported in Quoc Oai, six in Thanh Oai, two in Ha Dong and one in Son Tay.
The task forces traced a total of 486 people who were exposed to COVID-19 cases. All of them were tested and 19 were positive for SAR-CoV-2.
Since the fourth wave of COVID-19 hit the country in late April, Hanoi has documented 4,185 COVID-19 cases, including 1,631 found in the community.
Local people are required to strictly abide by the 5K message and countermeasures set by the Ministry of Health so as to soon put the pandemic under control.
Those showing symptoms of cough, sore throat, high body temperature, fatigue, reduction or loss of taste are required to contact with the nearest medical facility for COVID-19 testing to timely deter community transmission.
People could give their feedback about the pandemic prevention work via hotline number 1022, mobile apps like Zalo, Bluezone.