Australian teens accused of having a party after a positive COVID-19 test Charged Local police said Tuesday, ignoring health orders. He is currently facing a fine of up to $ 20,000 or two years in prison.
Police said a 19-year-old boy from Kensington Park went to a nightclub and did not quarantine, despite being informed by the South Australian public health system of a positive COVID-19 test. That is.
The teen was charged with not following the instructions under the South Australian Emergency Management Act. The 2004 law Activates in major emergencies. He has been released on bail and will reappear in court in February, officials said.
Premier of South Australia Steven Marshall Reportedly He called the claim “very serious.”
“If they are correct, I think this is a lesson for all South Australians to comply with these restrictions, otherwise there are very heavy penalties,” he said.
and statement The Loverboy nightclub told local media that the teen “has harmed 150 patrons, staff, and their families.”
“Anyone who deliberately enters somewhere with a positive result should be considered a (crime) and we seek justice,” the club said.
South Australia Healthcare System Places Nightclub at COVID-19 Exposed site We then shared guidance for our staff with the patrons who were there from 10:45 pm on December 16th to 4:15 am on December 17th. If unvaccinated, it should be quarantined for 14 days.
CBS News contacted the club but did not receive an immediate reply.
In South Australia and other countries actualization Tightening of COVID-19-related regulations due to an increase in cases and a surge in Omicron.
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