Coronavirus: the “full of covidiots” flight from Greece to the United Kingdom which prompted 200 people to isolate themselves

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At least 16 passengers on a flight from Greece to Wales have tested positive for coronavirus.

This is how some of the approximately 200 passengers on a flight of the Anglo-German airline Tui, which made the trip from the Greek island of Zante to the Welsh capital, Cardiff, on August 25, he passed when, after landing, they had to quarantine before the possibility of being infected with the coronavirus.

A passenger said the flight was full of covidiotes. Others said there was “not much” vigilance from the crew on social distancing rules to prevent covid-19 and that many people were not using masks correctly.

At the end, 16 passengers they tested positive in the coronavirus test, for which all those on board – 193 travelers plus the crew – had to undergo a mandatory two-week quarantine on arrival in the UK.

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