US VP Harris’ Departure From Singapore Delayed Due to Havana Syndrome Incident in Hanoi

US Vice President Kamala Harris’ flight from Singapore was delayed by three hours because of a Havana Syndrome incident in Hanoi.

Harris was supposed to leave Singapore for Vietnam, at 4 p.m. local time but was forced to go back to the Shangri-La hotel shortly after 3:30 p.m. after the US Embassy in Vietnam released an announcement. 

“Earlier this evening, the Vice President’s traveling delegation was delayed from departing Singapore because the Vice President’s office was made aware of a report of a recent possible anomalous health incident in Hanoi, Vietnam. After careful assessment, the decision was made to continue with the Vice President’s trip,” confirmed the US Embassy in Hanoi.

Harris was later able to resume her flight at around 7:30 p.m. local time but there were no reports yet if the “anomalous health incident” was resolved.

“Anomalous health incidents” is the term used by US government agencies to describe Havana Syndrome. 

Havana Syndrome has been reported among US diplomatic staff in China, Russia, Austria, and even Washington, DC. where those affected would feel ill and other unusual physical sensations after hearing strange sounds. 

The White House has not yet made a statement on the “anomalous health incident.”


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