Two foreigners escaped from a local quarantine site in Vietnam

, Two foreigners escaped from a local quarantine site in Vietnam
  • Two Chinese men escape Covid-19 quarantine site in Binh Duong, they are among 13 Chinese people who recently illegally entered Vietnam.
  • They will have to undergo more tests during the minimum quarantine time of 14 days. To date, they have experienced just nine days at the site.
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Authorities in the southern province of Binh Duong have issued a warning after two Chinese men escaped from a local quarantine site, Dan Tri Newspaper reported.

The two have tested negative for Covid-19 for the first time, however, they will have to undergo more tests during the minimum quarantine time of 14 days. To date, they have experienced just nine days at the site.

Related: Vietnam detects 13 foreigners entering the country without permission

The men are among 13 Chinese people who recently illegally entered Vietnam through northern border areas. They came to Binh Duong by road and were detained. They were then sent to Di An Town’s Health Centre for being isolated.

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To date, 38 people have been found to have unlawfully entered Binh Duong, including 25 from China and 13 from Cambodia, according to Dan Tri Newspaper.

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