A US citizen who allegedly refused to quarantine and instead went on a pub crawl in a Bavarian town — sparking a COVID-19 outbreak — has been named as a 26-year-old Florida woman who thanked her co-workers for going to her “rona party,” according to a report.
Yasmin Adli, who works at a hotel resort for US forces stationed in Germany, had been awaiting test results after a jaunt to Greece when she partied in Garmisch-Partenkirchen – although she already had a sore throat, the Daily Mail reported.
She allegedly texted several of her co-workers who had partied with her for several nights before receiving her positive result, according to the news outlet, which published a screenshot of a message in which she thanked them for showing up at her “rona party.”
“I didn’t know I had the rona when we went out,” the alleged super-spreader wrote, according to the report.
After being tested Sept. 8, she was directed