A Florida woman working as a civilian employee for the US military is facing a decade behind bars in Germany after going on a pub crawl while unknowingly infected with coronavirus.
26-year-old Yasmin Adli was waiting on coronavirus test from a recent trip to Greece when she partied for several nights in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
A former employee claimed Adli kept working at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort before she tested positive, even helping set up a military coronavirus conference for high ranking military officials
The former employee claimed, however, that the blame was not entirely on Adli, as the resort encouraged a “culture of concealment.”
According to the Daily Mail, Adli later discovered that she had been infected, she thanked her coworkers for attending her “rona party.”
“I didn’t know I had the rona when we went out,” she told them.
The party in question is something of a tradition with personnel involved with the resort, as they often “live it up” for a night when their contracts come to an end.
German lawyer Arndt Kempgens said that “From the point of view of conditional intent, this can even lead to criminal liability for wilful and dangerous bodily harm according to Section 224 of the Criminal Code. The sentence ranges from 6 months to 10 years in prison.”
German authorities have also indicated a willingness to prosecute Adli.
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