Southeast Asia Sees Surge in COVID-19 Infections as Authorities Battle Variants of CCP Virus

A health worker wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) conducts a COVID-19 swab test on a student at the Vinschool private school in Hanoi, Vietnam, on May 22, 2021. (Nhac Nguyen/AFP via Getty Images)
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The pandemic is currently scourging Southeast Asia due in part to the new variants of the CCP virus. The Vietnamese government reported 161 new daily infection cases as of the early afternoon on June 1, bringing the national total number to 7,482 with at least 47 deaths related to the virus. The country was reporting double-digit infection cases in early May before seeing a spike on May 15 with 169 new infections, and another spike of 447 cases on May 25
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