Hanoi has listed ten acts of violation and corresponding punishments ranging from administrative fine to criminal prosecution. A citizen is pulled over for not wearing a face mask in Hoan Kiem district. The Hanoi Department of Justice has made public a list of penalties for violating COVID-19 pandemic prevention regulations, with the highest penalty up of to VND20 million (US$849.23) and criminal prosecution, Tuoi tre Online reported. The list details ten acts of violation and corresponding punishments ranging from administrative fine to criminal prosecution in accordance with the Criminal Code. 1. Not wearing a face mask in public places is punishable with a fine of VND300,000 (US$12.74). 2. Indiscriminate dumping of used face masks will be subject to a fine of between VND5 million (US$212.31) and VND7 million US$297.23). 3. A person who conceals his or her own COVID-19 infection or others infected with COVID-19 will be fined VND2 million (US$84.92). 4. Those who evade medical examination and supervision before entering and leaving epidemic-hit regions will face a fine of VND20 million (US$849.23). 5. Those who deliberately make wrong or dishonest medical declarations that cause infection of COVID-19 to others will be handled in accordance with Article 240 of the… Read full this story
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