Religious organisations’ leaders to be held accountable for violating pandemic prevention rules resulting in COVID-19 transmission Society

Religious organisations’ leaders to be held accountable for violating pandemic prevention rules resulting in COVID-19 transmission

Leaders or representatives of religious organisations, establishments and congregations will be held accountable if their places of worship fail to follow COVID-19 prevention and control rules resulting in virus transmission among dignitaries, followers, and the community, according to the Government Committee for Religious Affairs.
Vietnam not discriminate against religions in COVID-19 fight: official Society

Vietnam not discriminate against religions in COVID-19 fight: official

Regarding the probe recently launched into “Hoi thanh truyen giao Phuc Hung” (Revival Ekklesia Mission) for “spreading dangerous infectious diseases in humans”, Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Vu Chien Thang said every citizen is equal before the law, and anyone who commits violation of the law will be dealt with.
Pandemic spreading case related to Revival Ekklesia Mission prosecuted Society

Pandemic spreading case related to Revival Ekklesia Mission prosecuted

The Investigation Police Agency of Ho Chi Minh City’s Go Vap district on May 30 decided to prosecute a criminal case related to the COVID-19 infection cluster at “Hoi thanh truyen giao Phuc Hung” (Revival Ekklesia Mission) in order to investigate the act of “spreading dangerous infectious diseases in humans” under Article 240 of the revised 2017 Criminal Code.
HCM City tightens pandemic control at industrial parks over increasing cases Society

HCM City tightens pandemic control at industrial parks over increasing cases

Ho Chi Minh City ought to intensify COVID-19 prevention and control at local industrial parks (IPs) following the detection of new infections here with links to the cluster at “Hoi thanh truyen giao Phuc Hung” (Revival Ekklesia Mission), ordered Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong at an urgent meeting on May 28.