Instead of self-isolation – club: Finnish Prime Minister apologized for not quarantining

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Instead of self-isolation & mdash; club: Finnish Prime Minister apologized for not quarantining

Coronavirus patients were found surrounded by Marin.

Premier Finnish Minister Sanna Marin apologized for staying in the nightclub, although her surroundings were infected with coronavirus.

The head of government said this in a TV interview with the national television company Yle.

< p> It is noted that on Saturday, December 4, Sanna Marin was at a nightclub. However, she had to avoid all contact, because she was in contact with COVID-patients.

“I did the wrong thing. I should have thought about the situation more carefully,” she said.

About the campaign. Marina's nightclub became known from the tabloids. Photos appeared in the media. Journalists write that the prime minister was at the club until four in the morning.

As reported, on October 9, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced that he would resign amid an investigation by the prosecutor's office against him. A few days earlier, the offices of the Austrian People's Party, led by Mr. Kurz, were searched in connection with suspicion of bribery of the media.

On October 11, Alexander Schallenberg took the oath of office as Federal Chancellor of Austria.

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