Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Peter Pang and his family have put themselves on home quarantine after his son, who returned to Sandakan from Melbourne, was confirmed to be the state’s second Influenza A( H1N1) case. “As responsible citizens, Pang and his family have taken the immediate step to quarantine themselves as a precaution,” his political secretary Jason Tan said. Pang, his wife and two daughters are in self isolation after Pang’s 17-year-old son was confirmed by Health authorities on Jun 24 to have been infected and put in the isolation ward of the Duchess of Kent Hospital here. Tan said that Pang’s son condition was stable. Pang, who is state Youth and Sports Minister, was scheduled to launch the state level students’ forum competition at SM Tshung Tsin Thursday but was represented by state Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Masidi Manjun.