An Indian man entering Vietnam to work has tested positive for the new coronavirus after he was released from two weeks of centralized quarantine. -
The 37-year-old man came to Vietnam on April 17 and was sent to quarantine at a hotel in Hong Bang District in the northern port city of Hai Phong and stayed there until May 1.
By Tuesday morning, Vietnam has confirmed 36 locally-transmitted Covid cases in a fresh community outbreak that started on Arpil 29 after the nation had spent more than one month free of community transmissions. The source of transmission for the one case in Da Nang has not been identified.
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