Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is a bustling metropolis. People who have COVID-19 or are recovering should not worry, according to the Ministry of Health, and hospitals, medical institutes, and health authorities should continue medical tests, treatment, and rehabilitation for individuals who have COVID-19 or are recovering.
Medical facilities have backed polyclinics and specialised ways for assessing persons with COVID-19 symptoms, particularly in the areas of respiratory, cardiovascular, and mental health.
The requirements will aid in accurate diagnosis and the avoidance of ineffective and needless indications.
People and medical professionals must be able to recognise COVID-19 infection and recovery indicators, which requires increased communication and public awareness on the part of health facilities and departments.
According to the ministry’s statement, “as a result, individuals will know if they require a medical visit and can prevent too much stress and worry.”
COVID-19 has infected more than 10.7 million persons in Vietnam, with 9.5 million of them recovering. The number of new cases reported each day is decreasing.
Many persons who have recovered, on the other hand, have reported on-going signs or symptoms that are interfering with their ability to work and have sought medical assistance.
Simultaneously, providing people with information and health advice on how to recover from COVID-19 using the Ministry of Health’s rehabilitation and self-care guidelines is critical.
Following COVID-19, the ministry produced Guidelines for Rehabilitation and Self-Care for Related Diseases (post-COVID-19).
Fatigue, described as a feeling of physical and mental overburden or tiredness, is one of the most common symptoms in the post-COVID-19 healing phase, according to the recommendation.
Individuals should establish a flexible attitude that allows them to operate within their existing skills while avoiding becoming overworked, according to the ministry.
As energy levels and symptoms improve, gradually increase activity levels in a regulated manner.
People who continue to feel weary after recovering from the COVID-19, including impaired memory or attention, muscle discomfort, and headaches, after self-adjusting their activities, should go to a specialised clinic for correct diagnosis and treatment, according to the ministry.
Shortness of breath, chest discomfort, heart palpitations, dizziness, or difficulty speaking or understanding speech are all hazardous symptoms that should be handled by a doctor right once.