Around 3,500 people had to go to the hospital nationwide during the week-long Tet holiday due to fighting, the Health Ministry said.
The number of cases reported during the holiday, from January 20 to the morning of January 27, was down 1.5% from the same period during last year’s Tet holiday. Among the injured, 11 people died, according to the ministry.
Cases of hospitalization due to traffic-related injuries rose from last year’s holiday, but the number of deaths dropped. Among the 30,000 cases of hospitalization due to traffic-related injuries this year, 235 people died.
Following the week-long Tet holiday, over 381,200 people have been hospitalized nationwide, a 38% increase from the same period last year.
Vietnam’s Tet holiday this year ran from January 20 to January 26.
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