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An American woman living in Germany likely caused at least 59 infections because she went bar hopping while awaiting COVID-19 test results, authorities say.


The 26-year-old Yasmin Adli from Florida had recently returned from overseas and decided to go out, despite having symptoms.

 

Authorities in Bavaria are still investigating the incident but said the women, who works at an alpine resort in the city of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in southern Germany, likely violated the resorts quarantine rules.


Minister President of Bavaria Markus Soeder said the outbreak was a model case of stupidity.


The county surrounding the resort, Edelweiss Lodge, which serves members of the U.S. military, has tested 740 people in the area for the deadly virus in response to the outbreak and confirmed 59 infections, including 25 among Edelweiss staff members.


They are still waiting on an additional 300 test results and said they could not yet give an all-clear.


Soder said that such recklessness must have consequences and the woman could receive a stiff fine.


Munich prosecutors have also opened a preliminary investigation into her actions and may charge her for causing bodily harm.


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Bar-hopping American woman infects dozens in Germany

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An American woman living in Germany likely caused at least 59 infections because she went bar hopping while awaiting COVID-19 test results, authorities say.


The 26-year-old Yasmin Adli from Florida had recently returned from overseas and decided to go out, despite having symptoms.

 

Authorities in Bavaria are still investigating the incident but said the women, who works at an alpine resort in the city of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in southern Germany, likely violated the resorts quarantine rules.


Minister President of Bavaria Markus Soeder said the outbreak was a model case of stupidity.


The county surrounding the resort, Edelweiss Lodge, which serves members of the U.S. military, has tested 740 people in the area for the deadly virus in response to the outbreak and confirmed 59 infections, including 25 among Edelweiss staff members.


They are still waiting on an additional 300 test results and said they could not yet give an all-clear.


Soder said that such recklessness must have consequences and the woman could receive a stiff fine.


Munich prosecutors have also opened a preliminary investigation into her actions and may charge her for causing bodily harm.


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