An anonymous friend reported via messenger about the current situation at the Railway Hotel. During the Vilnius Railway Hotel conflict and fighting, one person is stabbed and the situation is very tense, 15min sent by the reader.
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“One Lithuanian is sleeping on the floor. Spouses are not given the opportunity to live separately, but to live with other men or women, ”the reader said.
He said one man gave up the room because “because of the terrible conditions in overcrowded rooms, he is in common areas and cannot properly isolate himself from other potentially ill persons.”
“There are no disinfectant fluids, almost no masks and no masks. There are coughing and sneezing. There is no response, everyone in a congested room, ”the reader said, comparing the situation with the concentration camp.
He did not want to disclose his identity 15min the reader was concerned that the current situation should already be of concern to human and child rights defenders, which cannot be tolerated.
“Two people in conflict have been taken to Santara clinics. There is still chaos on the hotel premises and there is much uncertainty. There are drunk people, families with young children, ”the reader described the situation.
Representatives of Vilnius City Municipality Administration 15min confirmed that the conflict had occurred.
“From the public order we have information that there was a conflict between two persons, there was a fight, one of them was injured with a knife,” Karolis Žukauskas, the adviser to the mayor of Vilnius, confirmed.
After 15 minutes of contacting the police, the information was confirmed. According to the police watchdog, a report of the conflict was received shortly after midnight. By the time the officers arrived, the conflict had already calmed down.
Police said the injured person was taken to hospital. One person was apprehended and questioned.
More details are promised Wednesday morning.
15min Already announced that Lithuanian citizens arriving at Vilnius airport from abroad were taken by bus to hotels. There, they complained about not getting food and no information, and about lodging several in one room, that there was no water left for food vegetarians.
Readers calling the 15min edition resented being forced to wait several hours in a hotel corridor full of people. Returning foreigners claimed that no quarantine conditions were being met.
With 15min Roland, who had flown from Oslo, told the editorial team that one of the arrivals was immediately exposed to high temperatures.
“A man complained of symptoms that met all the signs of a coronavirus, but he was not isolated from us – he was transported on the same bus and accommodated with us in the same premises,” Roland said.
According to the reader, the rooms in which they are housed are not equipped with the necessary protective equipment: protective masks or respirators, gloves or disinfectant.