Body cam footage captured a moment when a police officer confronted a student who was hosting a “Covid-19” party where everyone who took the test tested positive for the virus.
The video shows an Oxford, Ohio official talking to one of 20 people at a home near the University of Miami last Saturday – twice the state under which visits are allowed in the state. Coronavirus Limitations.
The officer ordered the group, who were not wearing masks, to disperse the man to ask: “Then you probably know why I want to talk to you?”
“Just, a lot of people?” The student replied, revealing that eight people lived on the property.
The officer is heard to say “I’ve never seen this before” when he checks the resident’s ID.
“The computer has an input for which you tested positive Covid? “.
“Yes,” replied the student.
He further admitted that he tested positive a week ago and that every single person in the party also has a virus infection, including two people in a house on the side of the road.
“Oh, .God, that’s what we’re trying to prevent,” the officer replied horribly.
“We want to keep this city open.”
He then questioned why the students were not quarantined for 14 days on the advice of state and federal health officials.
More than a thousand students at the University of Miami have tested positive for it Coronavirus Since the classes started this term, according to the WKRC news channel.
Governor Mike Devine said in a briefing that the lawsuits in Miami remain at the three levels of the Butler County State Public Health Advisory System.
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The university still plans to start private classes on September 21st.
However, officials have warned that students who refuse to take the test will not be allowed to enter campus services and will have to return to remote education.
Oxford police said the six men took part in the party, citing state rallies and violations of the Quarantine Ordinance. They could face a 500 fine (39 390).