AfD MP says authorities have been “reading too much Orwell.”
COVID lockdown rulebreakers in Germany will be arrested and detained in refugee camps located across the country, it has been revealed.
We first highlighted the story on Friday, citing reports that people who repeatedly flout the rules will be held in a ‘detention camp’ in Dresden.
Now authorities in numerous different areas have outlined where they will incarcerate those who break lockdown laws or refuse to self-isolate after catching COVID.
Germany has numerous refugee camps located throughout the country as a result of Angela Merkel’s disastrous move to let in millions of migrants from 2015 onwards.
Now areas of some of them are being repurposed to house dissidents who refuse to obey coronavirus lockdown laws.
“The eastern state of Saxony has confirmed plans to hold quarantine-flouters in a fenced-off section of a refugee camp set to be build next week,” reports the Daily Mail.
AfD MP Joana Cotar reacted to the plan by accusing authorities of “reading too much Orwell.” The state asserts it has the right to detain those who break quarantine under the Disease Protection Act.
Authorities in Brandenburg will also use a section of a refugee camp to intern COVID-deniers, while Schleswig-Holstein will lock them up in an area of a juvenile detention center.
Angela Merkel is reportedly set to announce a new “mega-lockdown” in Germany that will include shutting down all public transport.