Police in England arrested a woman after she posted a video of an alleged empty hospital in Gloucestershire and was heard asking where the "second wave" of CCP virus patients were.
Officials in the city told Gloucestershire Live that the woman, 46, was arrested in connection with the incident. The woman appeared to have filmed inside the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital before posting it online.
"Following a number of reports in relation to a video filmed by a member of the public at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and posted online, officers arrested a 46-year-old woman yesterday (Tuesday 29 December) on suspicion of a public order offence," officials said in a statement.
They added: "The woman has been bailed to return to police on 21 January, with conditions that she cannot enter any NHS premises or the grounds of any such premises, unless in the case of an emergency or to attend a pre-arranged NHS appointment."
"All the people in our country desperately waiting for treatment, cancer treatment heart disease, honestly this is making me so angry,” she concluded.
London Mayoral candidate David Kurten posted a clip of the video.
He said the video is not tantamount to a criminal act.
"A woman was arrested for filming this video of an empty hospital. This is not a crime. It is tyrannical to use the police to intimidate and harass whistleblowers," he wrote on Twitter.
Gloucester Royal Hospital issued a statement after the video went viral.