Croatian Public Health Institute Angered as Coronavirus Testing Point Egged

Lauren Simmonds

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The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has tired almost everyone out. There are some people, however, who just can’t resist causing damage to property in some sort of frustrated attempt at their own idea of justice. Egging something is a cheap (often free) and easy way to vandalise something, and it seems that it is no longer only for rebellious teens, although the maturity level in an adult who does do this is likely similar.

The Andrija Stampar Institute in Zagreb was vandalised with the use of pungent rotting eggs at some point last night, and the Croatian Public Health Institute has spoken out about the level of disrespect this shows to those who have been among the most engaged of all during the coronavirus pandemic in Croatia.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, upon arriving to their place of work this morning, which they likely thought would be much like any and every other morning, the employees of the Croatian Public Health Institute (the Dr. Andrija Stampar Institute in the heart of Zagreb), were greeted by an incredible sight at their coronavirus testing point. Namely, unknown vandals had filled up the container from which the tests for the novel virus are carried out with old, rotten eggs.

This information was confirmed to Jutarnji list by Zvonimir Sostar, who was naturally appalled by this act of vandalism.

”The stench caused by the eggs was unbearable, but now everything has been cleaned,” stated an annoyed Sostar.

It’s worth mentioning that there are no security cameras at this coronavirus testing point, so it will be difficult to establish who the perpetrators are, but according to Zvonimir Sostar, cameras will have to be set up after this incident.

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