Germany’s borders are still wide open and so a “refugee”, presumably from Afghanistan, could enter Germany via Sweden without any problems and continue his way to the refugee centre in Suhl. Along with the “refugee” came the Coronavirus, which is now quarantining 533 residents in the accommodation. In addition, the area is guarded by the security and police to enforce the curfew, but it is expected that the mood in the facility could change.
Following the illness of one resident of Covid 9, quarantine was imposed on all currently 533 residents of the country’s asylum centre on the Friedberg hill in Suhl on Saturday night.
The infected person was presumably an Afghan who had arrived in the asylum centre via Sweden and Hamburg and did not arrive at the centre until Friday morning. During the course of the day his condition had deteriorated considerably, he had looked sick, coughed heavily and had a fever. In the evening, the rescue service came and examined him, a young man told the authorities.Since then the infected man has disappeared.