World coronavirus in the Netherlands: a couple stopped after fled its quarantine denounces the authorities
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Rioters in The Hague pelt police with stones and fireworks as protests over COVID measures continue.Officers in riot gear charged at groups of demonstrators late on Saturday night, while a water cannon was used to put out a pile of blazing bicycles at a busy intersection.
from South Africa, a couple in stopover in the Netherlands had been taken to a hotel after a positive test at CVVID-19epidemic - from South Africa, a pair in stopover in the Netherlands had been led to a hotel after a positive test at CVIV-19
"Nobody told us what are the rules, we were treated as Dogs, "Carolina Pimenta moved, arrested Sunday with his partner at Amsterdam-Schiphol airport aboard a plane leaving for Spain.
say they sought to escape is "ridiculous", launched Ms. Pimenta to the Dutch television channel RTL Nieuws. "It would not come to my mind to do something that would endanger the health of others," said this Spanish, which is a biomedical researcher.
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© Valery Ax The Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, announced a new tour of a vis this Friday. AFP / Bart Maat The police were to be ready for the announcement of the new measures, after Chaos the week spent in Rotterdam and violent riots at the Hague . The Dutch Prime Minister has revealed this Friday a strengthening of sanitary restrictions to fight against a soaring CVIV-19 cases, such as the closing at 17 hours of bars, restaurants and non-essential stores.
positive tested during his stopover
according to his story, his companion, 28 years old, and they were both tested negative at thebefore leaving South Africa and stopping at the on the way back to Spain. On arrival on Friday in Amsterdam, Carolina Pimenta was positive tested. She explained to have claimed for several days to undergo a new PCR test and made two autototes that proved negative.
The couple was arrested Sunday by the Dutch border police after leaving a hotel located near the airport where most of the 61 people posted to the coronavirus after arriving aboard two aircraft fromwere placed in quarantine. Fourteen of them were contaminated with the new variant, according to the latest information from the health authorities.
Dutch authorities check for COVID-19 omicron variant after 61 arrivals from South Africa test positive
Dutch authorities are checking for the omicron variant after 61 passengers on two flights from South Africa tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday. The passengers who tested positive have been isolated and further investigations are being carried out. NO CASES OF COVID-19 OMICRON VARIANT IDENTIFIED YET IN US, CDC SAYS The planes arrived in the Netherlands from Johannesburg and Cape Town shortly after the Dutch government – like many other nations – imposed a travel ban from southern African nations.
"Like a criminal"
Carolina Pimenta lamented have then been taken away "with a lot of agitation and cries", "as a criminal". "We had to take action and proceed with their arrest," said Robert Van Kapel, the border police spokesman at Schiphol Airport. "Now they are in a place where they are isolation, in a hospital," he added.
The authorities did not know if Carolina Pimenta was carrying Omicron. His companion had been negative tested, but had chosen to stay with her."It's really not intelligent"
"These people have been invited for the first time to stay at the hotel, and then they were solicited a second time, urgently; Now they are in isolation. What they did not really intelligent, "said Petra Faber, a spokesman for the municipality of Haarlemmermeer.
"It's not illegal to get out of home when you have been tested positive at Covid, but getting into a plane when we know that we are, that's another question." Justice is currently determining whether prosecutions can be engaged against the couple, she added.variant
Netherlands: The couple stopped for fled a "Covid" to isolation in a hospital .
© Chainese Thirasupa Fugitives, a 30-year-old Spanish and a Portuguese 28, were arrested on Sunday by the Dutch border police on an airplane at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport. (Picture of illustration). Reuters / Challee Thirasupa The Netherlands authorities have placed a couple with isolation in an hospital after their attempt to flee from a hotel where positive passengers at CVIV-19 from South Africa had been placed in quarantine. , said leaders Monday, judging the shot "not really intelligent".