Women will be monitored after several cases of harassment of women living in quarantine in UK hotels
After the broadcast of a documentary on the British channel BBC, in which Many women claimed to be victims of harassment by male personnel who maintained them during their period Quarantine for Kovid-19 in hotels From the United Kingdom, the Ministry of Health and Social Care has decided to implement a number of changes which, from now on, will be accompanied by female security guardwhenever possible
Currently, people arriving from countries on the Red List, which are considered to be at highest risk for the United Kingdom due to the high incidence of coronavirus cases, must undergo a ten-day quarantine in accommodation provided by the London executive, But those who will have to pay their passengers worth 1,750 pounds (2,039 euros), which includes two Covid-19 tests on days 2 and 8, according to the Efe agency.
During their stay, guests in quarantine must not leave their rooms, except for specific reasons, such as going out to play sports, and must be accompanied by a security guard during these occasions.
As a result of the condemnation of the many cases of sexual harassment experienced by many women, they will henceforth, whenever possible, be escorted by a female guard or by two male guards.
According to the testimony of some of these women to the BBC, One of those employees carried out fake sexual activity while they were alone inside the elevator Another asked the other passengers for a hug.
The British Public Channel assured that sixteen women reported harassment and that some of those complaints were ignored or not believed.
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