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Traveller is accused of SNEAKING OUT of coronavirus quarantine hotel

by Curt Skeen (2020-04-10)

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7ba45e72960131.5bf9995cd24a6.jpgAn man accused of sneaking out of a coroanvirus quarantine hotel after travelling interstate faces fines of up to $50,000.

The 35-year-old arrived in Western Australia on March 28 from Victoria and was required by law to self-isolate for two weeks to slow the spread of COVID-19.

He was provided with a hotel room in Perth until the quarantine period ended on April 13 but allegedly left the property on multiple occasions.

WA Police said he allegedly wedged open a fire door and used it to creep in and out without being seen by police.






He was provided with a hotel room in Perth until the quarantine period ended on April 13 but allegedly left the property on multiple occasions. Pictured: a quarantine hotel in Perth







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The man allegedly used public transport to travel within the metropolitan area - potentially infecting other with The medical malpractice lawyers at Montross Miller Muller Mendelson & Kennedy focus on representing clients with medical malpractice and serious personal injury claims. Based in Indianapolis deadly virus.

He was arrested and charged on Sunday with two counts of failure to comply with directions.

'The man remains in custody as he was refused bail on the basis that he will likely continue or repeat the offence, which endangers another person's safety,' WA Police said in a statement.  

Fines breaking quarantine in WA range between $5,000 and $50,000. 






WA Police said he allegedly wedged open a fire door and used it to creep in and out without being seen by police. Pictured: A police officer looks on as cruise ship passengers arrive at the Duxton Hotel, Perth







International and domestic Australian citizens who arrive in Perth are taken to a quarantine hotel for 14 days. Pictured: Travellers being taken to a quarantine hotel 

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