Zurich – Students in the Swiss city of Basel misapplied positive Kovid-19 results to drop out of school, which resulted in the entire class being put into quarantine, and now disciplinary measures were taken against offenders after dodging.
The Swiss newspaper Blick reported that three students from Basel’s Kirsgarten High School mistook SMS messages from the Kovid-19 contact tracing app in Switzerland.
This confined about 25 classmates to their homes for about 10 days. Many teachers were also affected by the incident that occurred just before spring break in March.
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“This is not just a childish prank, it is a serious incident,” Busel’s Education Department spokesman Simon Thiratt quoted Blick as saying.
The school plans to file criminal charges for falsifying “health-relevant documents”, although it does not plan to expel them. Thirit said the students are in a “difficult situation” due to the epidemic, but it does not provoke threesome stunts.