WARMINGTON: Toronto man ‘won’t ever forget’ forced hotel quarantine
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“I wasn’t free,” he said.
He is now. Sort of.
After passing his second COVID-19 test, Steve was released at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Issued an “Authorization to Leave a Quarantine Facility” document from PHAC, he was instructed to self-isolate for 14 days “or face a $1-million fine or three years in jail.”
They didn’t give him a ride on a quarantine bus.
“They said take public transit,” he said, shaking his head.
Duesing found himself under the boot of police-state style control.
“I feel I should let anybody else know who is about to come home to stay longer,” he said. “Being in this hotel was not fun or worth up to $3,000. I didn’t have to…