Students ‘test positive for coronavirus’ after TikTok video of boozy night out – Latest News


In a since-deleted post on the video-sharing app TikTok, Lauren shared a clip of the three without masks on sipping on drinks at an indoor bar.

Lauren Bouskila, 21, a graduate of the University of Florida, said she and two other girls had confirmed Covid-19 cases following a night out in the town of Gainesville.

University of Florida graduate Lauren Bouskila and her two roommates both went out in the town of Gainesville without masks because the town had “barely any cases” of Covid-19

A graduate and her two roommates have tested for coronavirus after going for a night out

Lauren Bouskila claimed she hadn’t thought she’d get ill because the town of Gainesville, Florida had ‘barely any cases’

She shared a since-deleted TikTok video of herself taking a coronavirus test

“Bars enforce safety regulations.”

A student and her roommates have all tested positive for coronavirus shortly after posting a TikTok video of themselves on a boozy night out.

But soon afterwards, the roommates fell ill with coronavirus symptoms including fever, sweating and stomach problems.

Justifying their decision to go out, she quoted the others as saying: “Gainesville barely has any cases. We’ll be fine.

Lauren shared a clip of a coronavirus test being administered before revealing all three had tested positive.

The Daily Mail reports one of the women as saying: “I’m actually so sick.”

“They’re going to do what they’re going to do,” he said at a press conference.

Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis has blamed younger people for the state’s dramatic surge in coronavirus cases, claiming they can’t be forced to comply with social distancing measures.

Within a day, the video had been viewed more than a million times before Lauren decided to delete it.

Blaming younger people for the spike, he went on: “If you look at that 25 to 34 age group, that is now by far the leading age group for positive tests.”

Florida has recorded more than 146,000 infections and at least 3,447 deaths, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University.

Over the weekend, the university confirmed worldwide coronavirus cases had passed the 10million milestone.

The US is by far the worst-hit country, with more than a quarter of all patients globally.

Some states which had previously loosened their lockdown measures are now enforcing them again to curb a second wave in infections.

Students test positive for coronavirus

Students test positive for coronavirus

Students test positive for coronavirus


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