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Zara Holland fined $12,000 after Barbados COVID ‘breach of quarantine’

Zara Holland fined $12,000 after Barbados COVID ‘breach of quarantine’
Zara Holland has been fined $12,000 (£4,415) by a court in Barbados after breaching COVID-19 quarantine rules over Christmas.The former Love Island star was apprehended at the airport on 29 December, despite being told to isolate at her hotel following a coronavirus test two days earlier, according to the Royal Barbados Police Force. The breach…

Zara Holland has been fined $12,000(₤ 4,415) by a court in Barbados after breaching COVID-19 quarantine guidelines over Christmas.

The former Love Island star was collared at the airport on 29 December, despite being informed to separate at her hotel following a coronavirus test 2 days earlier, according to the Royal Barbados Police.

The breach of the rules can bring a jail term of approximately a year, and a maximum fine of around $50,000(₤18,000).

Holland is comprehended to have shown up in the country on 27 December with her partner Elliott Love, who according to local media has checked positive for coronavirus and is in quarantine.

Model Zara Holland poses at the premiere of the film 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' in London, Monday, Feb. 1, 2016. Pic: AP

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The design has actually called the entire event ‘a massive mix up’

The couple had actually been staying on the south-western coast of the island in Sugar Bay Hotel – a complete four-star beach resort – in the little village of Hastings, Christ Church.

Holland, 25, pleaded guilty to the charge, and has actually been launched on bail of $20,000(₤ 7,355), with 7 days to pay the fine.

She has actually given that moved hotel and is staying at the Hilton Hotel in Barbados’s capital, Bridgetown.

The former Miss Great Britain is best understood for her appearance on Love Island in 2016.

In an earlier declaration published by Barbados Today, Holland apologised to the people of Barbados, and called the entire event “a massive mix up”.

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The Foreign Workplace says British nationals working or taking a trip abroad ought to comply with the laws of the country they are in and follow COVID rules.

UK locals presently abroad are not being asked to return house instantly but are being recommended to check with their airline company or travel operator on plans for returning.

England is now in nationwide lockdown, with everyone encouraged to remain at house anywhere possible.

Sky News has called Holland’s representatives for remark.

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