Thousands of Sydneysiders have been put on alert or ordered into isolation after the virus escaped quarantine via an infected hotel bus driver. Among the latest warnings are a pokies room at the Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL in Sydney’s south, and Woolworths and BWS in Berala, western Sydney. NSW narrowly avoided catastrophe four times in the past month due to Covid breaches in the hotel quarantine system for returned travellers. All current outbreaks in the state, which threaten to derail Australia’s envy-inducing handling of the pandemic, are linked to various bungles in the important isolation system. Anybody who visited the Berala BWS (pictured) between December 22 and December 31 must self isolate for 14 days and seek a Covid test, even if they only briefly visited Among the latest warnings are a pokies room at the Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL in Sydney’s south (stock image) As mutant strains of the deadly respiratory virus ripple throughout communities around the globe, local health authorities are now concerned about it being imported to Australia only to leak into the community. If the mutant strain were to escape quarantine, Australians would likely be forced into lockdown to stop the spread – like the one… Read full this story
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