What we should do with the people, who crossing border illegally and transmitting coronavirus to others?

  • A 32-year-old man, who has infected with COVID-19 illegally enters Vietnam from Laos and spreads the virus to many others
  • The man traveled by bus, taxi, and motorbike taxi on multiple occasions but could not remember the names of the transport companies or drivers.
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Authorities in Vietnam have revealed that a COVID-19 patient had got infected with the disease in Laos before crossing the border illegally and transmitted the virus to two other people.

The patient, coded 3,051, is a 32-year-old man named D.D.T., according to the steering committee for COVID-19 prevention and control in Hai Duong Province.

With the help of his cousin, who lives in Laos, T. migrated from Vietnam to Laos unlawfully in late March.

He came into contact with many Vietnamese and Laotian residents while the COVID-19 pandemic was escalating in the neighboring country. T. illicitly crossed the border again to return to Vietnam between April 20 and 22.

He then headed to many places in northern and north-central Vietnam, including Hai Duong, Hai Phong, Hanoi, Ha Nam, and Quang Tri.

The man traveled by bus, taxi, and motorbike taxi on multiple occasions but could not remember the names of the transport companies or drivers.

T.’s cousin later informed him that he and at least three other people who had come into contact with T. in Laos had tested positive for COVID-19. They were being quarantined and treated at the time, the cousin added.

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T. began having such symptoms as coughing and a sore throat on April 29 but he still went to several locations.

He only signed up for a COVID-19 test when his condition worsened on May 5. His result came back positive for the novel coronavirus on May 6.

As of Saturday evening, two of his contacts had been diagnosed with COVID-19, including his girlfriend and her co-worker.

Authorities are carrying out necessary procedures to charge T. for violating regulations on pandemic prevention and causing the spread of a contagious disease in the community, according to Tuoi Tre News.

Last month, Two Vietnamese women who entered the country illegally via Phú Quốc Island in the southern province of Kiên Giang have been diagnosed with COVID-19, Vietnam News reported.

Both of them, aged 25, entered Vietnam on a fishing vessel from Cambodia on March 22. There were 10 people on board – two men and eight women. The same day, one of the confirmed patients along with another woman travelled to HCM City by boat and road, while the other patient flew to Hanoi on Vietjet flight VJ458 before going to Hai Phong city in a private car.

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The woman who went to HCM City feared she had contracted the virus and went for a medical check-up at FV hospital in District 7 on March 24 on the pretext of needing a COVID-19 test to prepare for a trip abroad.

Nationwide, 442 community transmission cases in 26 cities and provinces have been recorded since late last month as Vietnam experiences one of its most challenging Covid-19 waves yet.

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