Polish police look for three Ukrainians who have escaped quarantine
Three Ukrainian citizens who arrived to work in Poland a few days ago escaped quarantine after one of their cohabitants was found to have a coronavirus.
The police in the municipality of Przemyent in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, where the Ukrainians lived and worked, are trying to determine their place of residence, reports Dziennik.pl.
“They were all working in one of the companies in the Przemint municipality. They were quarantined because one of the women who lived together was diagnosed with a coronavirus,” said Wojciech Adamczyk, spokesperson Wolsztyn City Police.
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He described women’s actions as “extremely irresponsible” because they can also be infected.
A police spokesperson noted that the women are at risk of six months to eight years in prison for violating quarantine conditions.
As reported on June 11, the number of coronaviruses infected in Poland increased to 28,201, including 1,215 dead and 13,696 recovered.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru