The mayor of the southern Thuringian municipality of Floh-Seligenthal was harassed by around 20 people on his private property at the weekend. As Mayor Ralf Holland-Nell (CDU) MDR THÜRINGEN confirmed on Tuesday, people wanted to confront him about the announced corona mass tests in the district. Here a limit has clearly been crossed, said Holland-Nell.
Because the mayor felt threatened, he called the police. However, Holland-Nell does not want to file a complaint. Basically, he is ready to talk at any time, but not under such circumstances. Holland-Nell had previously reported to the local council about the rapid mass tests planned by the Meiningen District Office. The se should begin on Monday in Schmalkalden, among other places. The district office and the mayor want to coordinate the logistics in a conference call on Tuesday afternoon.
Test centers are to be set up in Schmalkalden, Meiningen and Zella-Mehlis. In addition, mobile teams will be on the road in the district. First the newspaper Free word reported on the incident.
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Corona Mayor FlohSeligenthal threatened private property