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Hotel quarantine for Canberra’s returned travellers ends

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The ACT continues to have zero active cases, as all bar one of 166 returned travellers from the Government-facilitated flight to Canberra on 8 February completed their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine and walked free at midnight last night.  

One of the returned travellers, a woman in her 30s, yesterday returned a weak positive result for COVID-19 during mandatory exit testing for hotel quarantine. 

She remains in hotel quarantine and is being supported by ACT Health.

The individual had COVID-19 in December 2020 while overseas but recovered and was given permission to fly to Australia.

She returned a negative COVID-19 test before departing for Australia, and again on day one of hotel quarantine, but yesterday’s test recorded a…



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