A Vietnamese man was sentenced to five years in jail on Monday for “spreading dangerous infectious diseases” after breaking a 21-day COVID-19 quarantine rule, the state-run That reports the Vietnam News Agency.
the 28-year-old man left Ho Chi Minh City for the southern province of Ca Mau, Vietnam News Agency said, where he “infected eight people” people, one of die later died of the virus one month of treatment.” He is the third person in Vietnam is accused of spread of COVID-19; the other two were sentenced to 18 months and two-year suspended jail terms, Reuters reports.
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Vietnam took aggressive measures to fight COVID-19 – there was massive testing, extensive contact tracing, strict quarantine regulations and border restrictions. Since April there has been a huge increase in cases, and most of There are 536,000 infections and 13,385 deaths in Vietnam reported in the last few months.
Ho Chi Minh City is the hot spot, with more than 260,000 recorded cases, while Ca Mau has reported just 191 cases and two deaths since the start of the pandemic.
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