We don't know for sure if people in his "entorage" are indeed infected, and walking around shops. Or if they were the source of any case in the villages. The harsh truth with covid-19 is that could be anyone, from anywhere.
It is unfair and dangerous, imo, to pinpoint blame when twitter seems to be the only source. Today I read a horrible article about something that happened in Spain: someone posted on twitter that a group of elderly people infected with covid-19 would be transferred to a village and be allowed to be on the streets. The results was an angry mob attacking firefighters and ambulances while they were transferring elderly sick and scared people to a health facility, where they were being placed in isolation. All the elderly were kicked out of their nursery home without warning because people there did not want them in the same space and could not take care of them (or wanted to), and a place were found for them to stay with the necessary care and medical attention while in isolation. During the night, the angry mob even tried to burn the place down. I cannot imagine how those poor people felt! They are infected with a horrible disease that kills mostly the elderly, they were abandoned by their nursery home and when they found some care and humanity, they were attacked. All because someone spread a rumour in social media