Female Military Employee Faces 10 Years in German Jail Spreads Covid

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A U.S. female military employee, 26, is facing up to 10 years in jail in Germany after ‘going on a bar hopping.’

The military employee infected at least 23 others and exposing more than 710 people to the Covid 19 virus.

The Munich public prosecutor has opened an investigation after the woman, named only as Yasmin A., a she reportedly went out partying in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

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The female military employee was awaiting COVID 19, test results after returning from Greece with a sore throat on Sept 07.

The latest cases recorded Tuesday take the total number of recent infections in the town to 59. This includes 25 staff members at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, top right.

The female military employees is said to have visited the Peaches bar and the Irish Pub in Garmisch.

Bavaria’s governor, Markus Soeder, has called the outbreak in Garmisch-Partenkirchen ‘a model case of stupidity.’

Three new infections emerged from 740 tests conducted over the weekend.

According to sources, breaching quarantine rules can result in fines of up to 2,000 euros ($2,375), but further penalties and liability for damages are possible if others become infected or businesses suffer economic harm as a result.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen: USAG Garmisch is just one of the wide variety of names for American bases run under the German laws in the southern and central parts of this country. Most of them were taken over after World War II and this one doesn’t make an exception. It is famous in the area for the Oberammergau school run by NATO. The school is responsible for training sessions and seminars regarding the communicational field with countries that are not included in NATO. The George C. Marshall Center is also located in the German base. It teaches the trainees about the general relations between the Western countries. Finally, the school is not all about learning, but also about taking a break and enjoying a recreational atmosphere. The Recreation Center is a relaxing facility for all the base inhabitants. There are over 1400 families hosted at the base these days. More than 400 of them are military families, while the others are civilian families employed there.