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Canada Coronavirus: two French people expelled from Colombia because they have not respected their quarantine

13:10  15 march  2020
13:10  15 march  2020 Source:   gentside.com

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“If people are responsible people ,” she said, “ they are willing to do this.” Only 11 cases of coronavirus had been confirmed in the United States as of Evidence of public discomfort, even in the absence of any coronavirus symptoms, was widespread. In Portage, Mich., where a family with two children had

All people entering the country must quarantine for 14 days. Colombia . Any incoming travelers must undergo a 14-day quarantine , complete a health declaration form and provide their travel and Travelers being evacuated from other countries by the French government must undergo quarantine .

Coronavirus : deux Français expulsés de Colombie car ils n'ont pas respecté leur quarantaine © Supplied by Gentside Coronavirus: two French people expelled from Colombia because they have not respected their quarantine

To prevent the spread of Coronavirus as much as possible, Colombia has set up an automatic quarantine for all travelers coming from the countries most affected by the coronavirus, such as France and Spain, for example.

On March 11, , two French men, a 63-year-old man and a 64-year-old woman, left their hotel in Bogota, where they were to remain isolated in quarantine for fourteen days, to go 200 km from the capital. , in Mongui more precisely.

A displacement prohibited which had heavy consequences for the French, since they were expelled from Colombia, quite simply, for a departure "immediate" . And this could go further since the Colombian government promises a fine, expulsion or criminal prosecution for all tourists who do not comply with the quarantine measure.

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Coronavirus victims will now be forcibly quarantined after a man staying at an isolation facility following Anyone infected with the virus will now be kept in quarantine for their own safety and will be Emergency service workers at a local school, where they screened people for the coronavirus .

As a result of the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic, many countries and regions have imposed quarantines , entry bans, or other restrictions for citizens of or recent travellers to the most affected

Other measures have been taken by the Colombian head of state in the face of the coronavirus, which has already affected at least 22 people in this South American country : closure of the border with Venezuela and restrictions on entry foreigners who have traveled to Asia or Europe in the past fortnight. In Colombia, in addition to the two French, three Spaniards were also expelled, for the same reasons.

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