Returning Australians could be sent to remote Outback camps to self-isolate for 14 days

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International travellers could be sent to remote Outback camps to self-isolate for 14 days after coronavirus again leaked from hotel quarantine.  

The Queensland Government is reportedly considering the drastic move after being rocked by a mystery Covid cluster at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane, which could became a blueprint for other states.

A deeply concerned Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Wednesday demanded immediate changes to the way mandatory quarantine is administered in Australia.   

Her calls came after six people at the hotel – four quarantining guests, a cleaner and her partner – contracted the highly-contagious UK strain of coronavirus.

Authorities have yet to work out how the worker, who was infectious in the community for five days, picked-up the virus from a…



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