The Vietnam Airlines attendant breached Covid-19 regulations when making contacts with others while undergoing self-isolation at home. The Ho Chi Minh City police launched on March 2 criminal proceedings against Duong Tan Hau, a Vietnam Airlines attendant, for spreading Covid-19 to others, under Article 240 of the 2015 Criminal Code. Ho Chi Minh City police said that the People's Procuracy of Ho Chi Minh City had received an investigation conclusion and other documents linked to a case of "spreading contagious disease to others" involving the 28-year-old flight attendant, who is Covid-19 Patient 1,342 in Vietnam. Hau breached regulations when making contacts with others while undergoing self-isolation at home. Such act triggered a community outbreak of the novel coronavirus, according to police. Duong Tan Hau (left) listens as a police officer reads a decision to place him under house arrest to be investigated for spreading Covid-19 in the community. Photo: Ho Chi Minh City police On November 14, 2020, Hau and a Vietnam Airlines flight crew were tested for Covid-19 upon arrival in Vietnam from Japan and put under quarantine. With two negative test results, he was placed under isolation at a paid quarantine facility in Ho Chi Minh City's Tan… Read full this story
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