The Prime Minister of Finland, caught in a nightclub despite being a covid contact

The Prime Minister of Finland, caught in a nightclub despite being a covid contact
The Prime Minister of Finland, caught in a nightclub despite being a covid contact
  • The Finnish politician, elected on December 10, 2019, is the youngest prime minister in the world, she is 36 years old, and she is the youngest person to hold that position in the history of Finland

The Prime Minister of Finland, Sanna Marin, has caused a strong controversy in your country this Tuesday after having been caught in a Helsinki nightclub despite having been close contact with covid-19.

The Finnish politician, elected on December 10, 2019, is the youngest prime minister in the world, she is 36 years old, and she is the youngest person to hold that position in the history of Finland. Marin, this same weekend, was seen in a disco late at night despite having been a covid contact. This same Monday, the leader publicly apologized after being exposed in the photos published by a magazine in the country. Marin attended the party despite the fact that hours before, his foreign minister, Pekka Haavisto, it tested positive.

“Fatal mistake”

According to the prime minister, her environment had told her at first that the directives related to the coronavirus they did not force him to isolate himself despite having had contact with an infected person. “It should have been more perceptive and having double-checked the instructions given to me. I am very sorry that I did not understand that I had to do that, “said the Social Democratic leader on Facebook.

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A poll conducted by the MTV3 television network revealed that two-thirds of the people questioned described his departure as a “serious mistake.” The opposition also harshly attacked the Head of Government for not seeing a text message during the night informing her that she had to isolate herself after all. His work phone had stayed at home.

In Finland, the epidemic was for a long time among the lowest in Europe. But currently, the country is experiencing a rebound with a number of daily infections of about 300 per 100,000 inhabitants.

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Prime Minister Finland caught nightclub covid contact

 
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