Woman residing in Hoan Kiem district (Hanoi) was fined 200,000 VND for not wearing a mask when going out in public areas where there are many people.
The one who was fined was a woman, she resided in Hoan Kiem District (Hanoi), she was fined 200,000 VND for administrative punishment because she did not wear a mask when going out in public areas where there were many people.
On March 27, at the headquarters of the Hang Trong ward police (Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi), the Covid-19 Steering Committee for prevention and control of epidemics (Steering Committee) of Hang Trong ward established a case sanctioning case. Do not wear a mask in public.
Accordingly, Ms. Đ.T.T. (residing in Phu Doan street, Hang Trong ward, Hanoi) did not wear a mask when going out in public areas where there were many people.
Ms. T.’s behavior has the potential to be unsafe in the context that the whole country of Vietnam is joining hands in efforts to prevent and control Covid-19.
The Steering Committee advised the Ward People’s Committee to issue an administrative sanctioning decision for a case where the fine is over VND 200,000 according to Point a, Clause 1, Article 11 of the Government’s Decree 176/2013. health, disease prevention.
As noted, this is the first case in Hanoi to be administratively sanctioned for not wearing a mask in public.
Also in the morning of March 28, the Traffic Police Order, Hanoi Hoan Kiem District Police in collaboration with the Health Station of Ly Thai To Ward invited four people to go to the morning exercise without wearing a mask to head. Department of Public Security, Ly Thai To Ward The reason these four people have repeatedly disobeyed is to remind the regulation of wearing masks of the working group of Ly Thai To ward.
By 6:30 am on March 28, Vietnam recorded six new cases, bringing the total number of Covid-19 people in Vietnam to 169. Three of them were quarantined right after their entry, they did not have any. risk of spreading to the community. One case was present at many locations such as Hanoi, Ha Giang, Hue and Hoi An before being found positive for SARS-COV-2.
Out of these six patients, five are Vietnamese nationals, the other are Danish. It is noteworthy that two of them were employees of boiling water supply unit of Bach Mai Hospital.
From 0h on March 28, the Vietnamese government prohibits crowds and requires everyone to wear a mask when going out, you need to keep a minimum distance of 2m from those around you.