Well, it looks like we've finally hit that point…
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we've hit the point where COVID QUARANTINE BREAKERS ARE BEING PLACED IN DETENTION CENTERS!
According to the Telegraph, under new rules "Germans who repeatedly refuse to enter quarantine after being exposed to coronavirus will be held in detention centers."
Not to worry though: "legal experts say the detention centres are permitted by emergency powers granted to German authorities during a pandemic."
So that's relieving!
Deutsche Welle, a German media outlet, outlines the state of emergency:
A state of emergency is defined differently in the different German states, but in general it gives the government extraordinary powers to take control of hospitals and medical equipment, centralize control of all emergency services, impose quarantines, and set up roadblocks.
COOL BEANS! Where do I sign up?
Germany is now enforcing a ten-day quarantine for those entering the country from high-risk areas (it has recently been reduced from 14 days). Citizens can come off of the quarantine early if they test negative after day five. But the full ten-day quarantine is required for those who test positive for the virus or come in close contact with someone who did.
According to Deutsche Welle, "Compliance with the quarantine obligation is monitored by the local authorities. Violations can be punished in some federal states with a fine of up to 10,000 euros." Some states, however, will lock you up if you continue to break quarantine.
So just where in Germany are they placing quarantine breakers in detention centers?
- The eastern state of Saxony "has confirmed plans to hold quarantine breakers in a fenced off section of a refugee camp." The center will be constructed next week.
- "In Baden-Württemberg two hospitals have rooms reserved for repeat offenders, which will be guarded by police."
- "Brandenburg will use a section of a refugee center."
- "Schleswig-Holstein will use an area within a juvenile detention centre."
- Several states say they will not set up detention centers at all because their citizens aren't breaking the rules as often.
Joana Cotar, a member of Germany's lower parliament, and probably someone labeled "alt-right" by the globalists, took to Twitter and trashed the new rules, writing "Someone must have read too much Orwell here and said: Great, let's do it!"
SHE'S NOT WRONG...
And there's no telling how much longer she will be allowed on that platform.
Just think for a moment people: soon these inovative ideas could be headed our way and we will all be saved from the Covid Monster!