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Sex-mad woman caught romping in Covid quarantine hotel with staff worker

Travellers entering New Zealand from all countries are obliged to complete a 14-day stay in quarantine to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

But one woman, clearly a little bored with her stay in a quarantine hotel in the capital Wellington, decided to liven things up with what the authorities are describing as “an inappropriate encounter.”

According to reports, the woman began passing flirtatious notes to a member of hotel staff, including one scribbled onto the back of a disposable face mask.

This flirtation culminated in the woman ordering a bottle of wine on room service, and when the man delivered her order, it appears he gave a her a little something extra.

After the staff member hadn’t returned from the customer’s room for over 20 minutes, hotel managers became concerned and a security manager was sent to find out what had happened to him.

The security manager discovered the pair in a compromising position and observed that social distancing was “not being maintained".

Brigadier Jim Bliss, the head of New Zealand’s managed isolation and quarantine initiative, told ABC that the worker was immediately sent home and told to self-isolate. He was later sacked.

New Zealand's Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins told reporters that the pair's behaviour was totally unacceptable. An investigation to determine whether additional security measures is currently under way.

"At the end of the day, we're dealing with human beings,” he said. “We ask everybody to adhere to the standards we put in place.”

He added: ”I cannot control the actions of every individual. But we absolutely make clear what the rules are and when people breach the rules, there are consequences.

"I didn't enquire specifically the nature of the encounter, but there was a 20-minute encounter. That was enough for me to know that it was unacceptable.”

New Zealand's uncompromising response to the pandemic has been one of the most successful in the world. PM Jacinda Ardern implemented a well-organised contact-tracing and isolation system, with early and uncompromising use of shutdowns and border controls.

After a brief peak in March 2020, the number of cases has dwindled to almost zero, with the only new infections being recorded among people who had recently entered the country.

The country moved back to its lowest alert level on June 8, after only seven weeks of shutdown. Just 25 Covid-19 deaths have been recorded in a nation of 5 million.

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