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Several dozen immigrants escaped from the camp in Sicily, where they were placed to serve a 14-day quarantine is mandatory on arrival in Italy. About it reports The Local.
It is reported that the incident occurred in a specially constructed camp in Porto Empedocle on the West coast of the island. About five hundred migrants were forced to live in a tent without Windows, designed for 100 people.
This is the second such case in recent times: it is reported that for two days before almost 200 people staged an escape from other Sicilian migration centre, where they were quarantined.
The authorities reported that nearly all the fugitives managed to find. They were tested for the presence of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, none of them the infection was not detected. As specifies the edition, the bulk of migrants arriving in Italy, particularly in Lampedusa and Sicily — came from Tunisia.
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