Corona outbreak in Neukölln: Health city Council wants to take action against quarantine-crusher

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Corona outbreak in Neukölln: Health city Council wants to take action against quarantine-crusher

A residential block in Berlin-Neukölln, with probably several Hundred residents have been charged with 54 Corona-cases under quarantine. The exact number of residents is unknown, said health councillor Falko Liecke on Monday. "I have no idea how many people there actually leben", so Liecke. It will not always said, who live all in one apartment.

After it has been in a residential block in Berlin-Neukölln, a larger Corona outbreak, the competent Health city Council Falko Liecke (CDU) on education and counseling. To date 54 residents have been tested positive and there will be more Tests, said Liecke on Tuesday in an Interview with info radio RBB. The block of flats with probably several Hundred residents had been charged on Saturday under quarantine. dpa is A quarantined apartment block is in the evening to see. Among the probably several Hundred residents of the residential blocks in the Northern part of Berlin-Neukölln, there have been 54 Corona cases.

The position of the quarantine is Liecke, according to one of the biggest challenges. "We want it to be in several stages durchführen", he said. First of all, you will provide on-site support, inform and educate. If there is quarantine-breakers, you want to appeal to you specifically with reproduction and the help of the police.

How the people have been infected in the residential block, according to Liecke is still unclear. It guesses close to the subject, that there are cross-connections in other districts such as Reinickendorf and Spandau.

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