‘Handled very poorly’: Adelaide quarantine hotel guests to stay an extra 14 days in isolation
Returned travellers in Adelaide’s medi-hotel system say they are anxious and depressed at the thought of completing an additional 14 days of quarantine, after the directive filtered down from authorities late last night.
- A coronavirus cluster in Adelaide has been linked to a CBD hotel
- Guests quarantining at the hotel have been told they may have to do another fortnight’s isolation
- They are upset about how the situation has been handled
SA Health said in a letter to guests that people quarantining in the Peppers Waymouth Hotel, which the State Government says is the source of the Parafield cluster, would be moved into “a range of other appropriate medi-hotels” for an additional 14 days.
It said it “sincerely apologise (sic) for any distress or inconvenience” the decision to…