An Indonesian seaman bust out of a South Korean isolate office by getting through a wall daily before he was because to complete a mandatory fourteen days in separation, a health official said on Wednesday.
“The person had tested negative for coronavirus and indicated no manifestations during the segregation time frame,” health ministry spokesman Son Young-rae told journalists.
Specialists suspected the man, who had entered the nation on a ship crew visa, intended to illegally stay in South Korea, as there had been a few similar incidents involving Vietnamese nationals in a late month, officials said.
Every person arriving in South Korea from overseas is needed to go through about fourteen days of disconnection to forestall the spread of the new coronavirus regardless of whether they have COVID-19 symptoms.
In March, the nation’s health ministry warned it would deport foreigners and South Korean residents could face jail for violating self-isolate rules after a surge in imported coronavirus cases.
The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) reported 114 new infections on Tuesday 12 PM, carrying the public count to 24,353 cases, with 425 deaths.
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