Vietnam will consider delisting Covid-19 as a Class A infectious disease, the list of diseases that are classified as “especially dangerous,” the government announced Thursday.
The announcement was made in accordance with a 2022-2023 Covid-19 prevention program issued the same day.
Class A infectious diseases include those with high infection and death rates, like polio, influenza A-H5N1, plague, smallpox, Ebola, Lassa and Marburg hemorrhagic fever, West Nile fever, yellow fever and cholera.
The removal of Covid-19 from the Class A list of infectious diseases would be a milestone in Vietnam’s strategy to fight the novel coronavirus, and serve as a premise for authorities to issue new adaptation policies.
In February 2020, the then Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc had declared Covid-19 as a Class A infectious disease. It was declared a national epidemic in April 2020.
This year, Vietnam aims to fully vaccinate its 12-18 population within the first quarter, while giving third vaccine shots to all adults and ensuring children aged 5 and under are vaccinated before September.
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