A German probe into a female US military employee who was accused of being a super-spreader after going on a pub crawl with Covid-19 has found no evidence that she infected anyone.
Yasmin Adli, 26, from Florida, had recently returned from vacation in Greece when she went partying for several nights in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, despite having a sore throat.
On Tuesday, Adli was cleared of having infected anyone when she went bar-hopping in the Bavarian ski resort during what she called her ‘rona party.’
However, Adli still faces potential prosecution for ‘negligent bodily harm’ and is alleged to have kissed several of her co-workers during her revelling.
Yasmin Adli, 26, (pictured) from Florida, had recently returned from vacation in Greece when she went partying for several nights in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen ski resort, despite having a sore throat
Adli, who works at the Defense Department owned Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, was cleared of having infected anyone when she went bar-hoping during what she called her ‘rona party’
Edelweiss Lodge and Resort serves members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families
An alleged message thread with employees including Yasmin Adli in which she states: ‘I didn’t know I had the rona when we went out’ and thanks them for going to her ‘rona party’ after discovering she was infected
It was previously reported that the 26-year-old had exposed as many as 710 people to the deadly virus following her return from Greece.
The resort, a Defense Department-owned Armed Forces Recreation Center used by US military personnel and their families, was shut down for two weeks.
As many as 20 people staying at the resort had tested positive and despite German authorities previously suggesting it was Adli’s fault, the investigation was unable to establish that she caused the outbreak.
In a screenshot of a text message allegedly sent by Adli to other co-workers who partied with her on multiple nights in the lead-up to her positive test, she claimed ‘I didn’t know I had the rona when we went out’.
A former employee claimed Adli also remained working at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort before she tested positive, setting up a conference for US military top brass about preventing the spread of coronavirus.
Adli pictured right with a friend. A former employee claimed she remained working at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, setting up a conference for US military top brass about preventing the spread of coronavirus before she tested positive
Yasmin Aldi from Florida is said to have visited the Peaches bar on September 3 and the Irish Pub in Garmisch on September 4 after her trip to Greece
Pictured right, Adli with a friend. She is said to have kissed several other employees on one of the nights out in the German town before she tested positive for coronavirus
Adli is said to have visited the Peaches bar on September 3 and the Irish Pub in Garmisch on September 4.
A source told DailyMail.com that employees have one last blow-out with friends once their contracts come to an end.
A source told DailyMail.com that on the night Adli visited Peaches, a large group of staff were leaving and she kissed several other employees. At this time, she was said to be feeling too sick to return to work.
She had also worked in the hotel upon her return, serving guests and staff in the hotel’s Cafe and setting up conference rooms until the day she went for a coronavirus test, it is alleged.
A message from management to Edelweiss Lodge and Resort staff in which they were berated for their ‘reckless behavior’
The Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, which is reserved for members of the American military, their families and veterans, was also shut down completely for two weeks
The hotel issued a message to staff in which some were accused of ‘reckless behavior’.
US Army spokesman Donald Wrenn told German paper Bild last month: ‘For US civilian employees, the Bavarian regulations for the prevention of infectious diseases apply, just like for every German citizen.
‘The US Army in Bavaria keeps its soldiers and civilians as well as the Bavarian ordinances with regard to limiting the spread of the virus to a high standard.
‘Any violation of these regulations would be inconsistent with our behavior and our efforts to keep our communities safe.
‘Our main focus is currently on the thorough and precise identification of contact persons as well as additional tests to limit the possible spread of COVID-19.’
The woman is said to have visited the Peaches bar, pictured, and the Irish Pub in Garmisch
On Tuesday it was reported authorities recorded three more COVID-19 infections in people who frequented bars Adli visited
The Edelweiss resort has vacation cabins and 258 rooms and suites