Eleven people have to pay 20,000-kroner fine for refusing to stay at quarantine hotel

Bergen Airport FleslandPhoto: Marit Hommedal / NTB
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The Western Police District has issued a fine of NOK 20,000 to eleven people for refusing to stay at quarantine hotels.

A total of nine men and two women must pay NOK 20,000 each after failing to stay in a quarantine hotel, the Western Police District announced on Tuesday.

“The travelers have different reasons for not going to quarantine hotels. Some believe that they are not safe in the hotels, while others believe that they do not pose an infection risk by spending the quarantine in their own home,” police lawyer Laila Skeie told newspaper Bergensavisen.

Out of the eleven, nine people came to Bergen by plane to Flesland.

All people involved have been informed of the decision, the police noted.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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