Aspen man admits coughing on lady, violating coronavirus order


ASPEN — A Colorado man pleaded responsible to violating a county coronavirus well being order for coughing in a lady’s face.
Tom Patierno, of Aspen, was given a six-month deferred sentence and is anticipated to serve six months of supervised probation, The Aspen Instances reported.
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Pitkin County Public Well being Director Karen Koenemann charged Patierno with a misdemeanor violation of a March 23 public well being order for not social distancing.
Patierno should carry out 60 hours of public service, attend 18 hours of psychological well being counseling and write an apology letter to the 68-year-old lady. The case shall be dismissed and faraway from his document if he meets all necessities.
Patierno instructed police he “acquired within the lady’s face” March 29 and made no less than a “coughing gesture” after she requested him to maneuver over as they approached one another on the Rio Grande Path in Aspen.
The lady stated she didn’t develop COVID-19 after the interplay.


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