Police detain 20 foreigners illegally entering Vietnam Traffic police catch 20 foreigners illegally entering Vietnam – PHOTO: TNO Lieutenant Colonel Nguyen Truong Son, leader of the expressway patrol team 2 under the department, said that after receiving a request from the Lang Son Province police, the patrol team mapped out a plan to stop the vehicles at the tollgate of the expressway for an inspection and caught 20 foreigners trying to enter the country illegally, the local media reported. The 20 foreigners and three drivers were taken to the police station in Lang Son Province for an investigation, he said. On October 25, the patrol team stopped some vehicles traveling on the expressway to conduct drug tests. After undergoing quick tests, drivers Nguyen T.H, aged 30, and Nguyen T.D, aged 24, who live in Haiphong City and Hung Yen Province, tested positive for drugs. No new COVID-19 cases to report on October 27 morning Vietnam has no new COVDI-19 cases to confirm in the morning of October 27, keeping the national count at 1,169, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control. The country has entered the 55th straight day without locally-transmitted cases, registering them at 691… Read full this story
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