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    AN AMERICAN woman who went on a pub crawl after being told to self-isolate is facing 10 years in prison. The 26-year-old woman - who works for the US military - has been accused of of infecting 59 people and exposing 710 people to the virus. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 7An American woman, 26, has been blamed for a coronavirus outbreak in the German Alps 7The woman visited this cocktail bar while on the night outCredit: EPA 7She is now facing 10 years in jail and a fine Credit: Facebook The woman works at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort for US servicemen and their families and can only be identified...
    An American military employee is said to be facing jail in Germany after allegedly going on a bar crawl with COVID-19, infecting at least 23 others and exposing more than 710 people to the virus.  The Munich public prosecutor has opened an investigation after the woman, named only as Yasmin A., went out partying in Garmisch-Partenkirchen while awaiting test results after returning from a vacation in Greece on September 7 with a sore throat.   On Tuesday it was reported authorities had recorded three more COVID-19 infections in people who frequented bars visited by the 26-year-old, who works at the Defense department owned Edelweiss Lodge and Resort. Chief Public Prosecutor Andrea Mayer told German daily newspaper Bild: 'We have an initial...
    Three more coronavirus cases were reported at an Alpine resort in Germany where the outbreak is linked to a barhopping 26-year-old American accused of ignoring quarantine rules. The newly infected people frequented the same bars as the woman in the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the foot of the Alps. GERMANY MAY FINE US WOMAN OVER CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IN ALPINE RESORT The total number of cases linked to the woman has now climbed to 59, including 25 staff members at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort where the woman worked. The resort caters to U.S. military personnel. County authorities were awaiting results for about 300 tests and were unable to give the “all clear.” The positive cases emerged from 740 tests conducted over the weekend....
    A virus test center in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, on September 13, 2020. xv An American woman has been accused of causing a COVID-19 outbreak in a German town after going on a bar crawl while showing symptoms, according to multiple outlets. The unnamed 26-year-old, who works at a hotel for US armed forces and their families in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, was tested on September 8 and told to quarantine until the results were ready, reports said. However, she went out to a series of bars, including a karaoke bar, local media reported. Her test came back positive the next morning.   Since last Monday, at least 24 people at the hotel have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Der Spiegel, with...
    A coronavirus outbreak in an Alpine resort in Germany is being blamed on a bar-hopping 26-year-old American woman who is now facing hefty fines for ignoring a quarantine order. The outbreak has been reported in the town Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the foot of the Alps. Authorities said the woman went on the pub crawl despite being told to quarantine after exhibiting coronavirus symptoms. She was awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test. In Bavaria, those violating quarantine orders face fines of more than $2,300. GERMAN CHANCELLOR MERKEL URGES VIGILANCE AS THOUSANDS GATHER TO PROTEST PANDEMIC RESTRICTIONS: REPORTS "The lady had symptoms, came to the test station and was told to stay in quarantine because of the symptoms. But she did not...
    BERLIN (AP) — Officials in southern Germany are considering imposing hefty fines against a 26-year-old American woman linked to a cluster of coronavirus cases in the Alpine resort town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, including at a hotel that caters to U.S. military personnel. German media report that the woman, who lives locally and wasn’t named, had visited several bars in the town last week despite having symptoms and being told to quarantine while waiting for her COVID-19 test result. “Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a model case of stupidity and an example for how quickly one can become infected,” said Bavaria’s governor, Markus Soeder. “Such recklessness must have consequences,” he added. “That’s why it’s reasonable for the health authorities to consider, after carefully examining the...