The National Police has located A 26-year-old woman, positive asymptomatic in Covid 19, was housed in a hostel in the capital of Tenerife, who apparently refused to quarantine.
A police note indicates that the CECOES room informed the National Police that through a friend of the infected woman, they learned that she had arrived from Gran Canaria to Tenerife pending the result of the PCR test.
After his arrival on the island of Tenerife, this person had been told by the Canary Islands Health Service that he was positive in Covid 19, and that he should be quarantined for it.
The police story continues that the sick he told his frienda, according to her manifestations, that she had no symptoms, nor did he intend to quarantine.
For this reason, a discussion began between the two, the patient leaving the apartment they shared in Santa Cruz, to stay in a hostel in the capital of Tenerife.
After locating the woman positive for Covid 19, she was transferred to a hospital and the tracking of her possible contacts began on her journey to the island of Tenerife.
Equally, reported the facts to the Investigating Court on duty, which ordered the hospitalization of this woman, that to date continues, at the disposal of the health authorities.
All the facts were brought to the attention of the health authorities for the appropriate actions and the sanction proposal formulated by the national policemen was also forwarded to them, considering a serious breach of the health measures.
The actions have been carried out by national police officers from the Provincial Police Station of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.