A Ho Chi Minh Court in Vietnam today, Tuesday, sentenced a flight attendant, who violated anti-Corona virus restrictions last November and caused the spread of the virus to people close to him, for a period of two years, suspended.
During the one-day trial, the Ho Chi Minh Court convicted Dong Tan Hau, 29, for causing “serious illnesses,” and Howe, who worked for Vietnam Airlines, had violated the quarantine procedures set for 14 days after he arrived in the country on On a flight coming from Japan.
After he was tested negative for the virus after undergoing two tests, he met 46 people at a time when he was to be quarantined, visited cafes and restaurants and attended an English language course. In the end, Howe tested positive for the virus at the end of last November. Howe is responsible for infecting at least three other people with the virus. According to a police report, the subsequent tests and quarantine of about 2,000 people cost about $ 200,000.
The court said that Howe’s behavior exposed society to severe danger, but his good record and many mitigating circumstances led to the court serving a two-year suspended prison sentence, followed by a four-year probation period.
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