HIV-positive Singaporeans and foreign visitors to the city of Southeast Asia have been downloaded online, according to a signal issued by the Ministry of Health of the country. information about 14,200 people diagnosed with HIV has been exposed.
"The information was unlawfully revealed online," he said. "We have worked with the parties concerned to ban access to information."
The Ministry of Health said the information was in the possession of an American citizen named Mihai K Farrera Brocic, who was detained in Singapore in 2016, convicted of a number of frauds and drugs crimes. The ministry said Brochees lied about his HIV status to get a job in the country
Broces, who could not be found for comment, was deported after serving a 28-month sentence. The MH said she had been assisted in criminal activity by her partner, a Singaporean physician who had previously been head of the National Health Care Unit at the MH. entry into the country has been alleviated, they are still forbidden to obtain a work visa or permanent residence status. "While access to confidential information has been banned, it is still in the possession of the unauthorized person and can still be publicly disclosed in the future," he said. "We are working with relevant parties to scan the Internet for signs of further disclosure."