Two women from Ireland were arrested on suspicion of refusing to return from Dubai for medical tourism and went to a quarantine hotel.
According to Irish national news media (Independent.ie), Kirstie McGrath, 30, and Niamh Mulreany, 25, left the United Arab Emirates and arrived at Dublin Airport on Friday, April 2.
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According to reports, they refused to go to the isolation hotel and landed them at Ballymun Garda station in Santry, Dublin.
According to reports, McGrath and Mulerney were accused of violating the country̵
In late March, the Irish health authorities announced that they would impose mandatory hotel quarantine on travelers from countries identified as “significant risk”. The United Arab Emirates is included in the list of 84 countries/regions.
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“According to the law, passengers who have been in any of the above 2 types of countries in the past 14 days, even if they only pass through one of these countries, even if they stay on the airside, must be quarantined at designated facilities (compulsory hotel Quarantine),” the travel guide published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is as follows. “This applies even if the RT-PCR test result received by the passenger after arriving in the state is negative. The scope of the exemption for this requirement is very limited.”
According to Independent.ie, on Saturday, April 4, McGrath and Mulerney appeared before Judge Miriam Walsh of the Tallaht District Court. Their lawyer, Michael French, said that the two women had breast implants in the United Arab Emirates and were unaware of the task of hotel quarantine.
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According to reports, Walsh questioned the necessity of surgery. At the same time, the testimony of the Irish police stated that the authorities spent two hours explaining the mandatory quarantine to the two women.
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France defended McGrath and Mulreany on the grounds that they tried to return to their children’s homes and had already tested three times for the coronavirus and the results were negative. He also questioned the constitutionality of the mandate, because people diagnosed with COVID-19 are allowed to be quarantined at home rather than in hotels.
The British Broadcasting Corporation estimates that when the hotel quarantine regulations were first implemented in March, a 12-day stay for single adults could cost $223.35.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), if you fail to comply with this rule, you may be fined US$2,349.73 or imprisoned for one month.
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The latest posts from social media users show that the public is still divided on this issue.
A Twitter user wrote: “This is a dangerous’law’ that a dictator may make. It is illogical, it is a selective cover for people.” “People with C-19 do not travel and can stay. In our own home. Our “waking up” government is using the illo technique of the Dark Ages of the Middle Ages to appease fanatics.”
At the same time, another Twitter user wrote: “When they went to Dubai to go to tits, they were not worried about their children. This is fair to the judge because they will not talk nonsense.”
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According to data from the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Information Center, more than 238,900 people in Ireland have been infected by the new coronavirus. The death toll in the country is close to 4,730.