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Coronavirus Australia: Police hunting man who fled hotel quarantine in Toowoomba, Queensland – NEWS.com.au

Police are hunting for a man who fled mandatory hotel quarantine in Queensland.The 25-year-old returned from a declared coronavirus hotspot in New South Wales and entered quarantine at an accommodation facility in Toowoomba, west of Brisbane.
On the ninth day of his compulsory 14-day stay, the man left the hotel, a Queensland Police spokesperson said.
Police would not say when the breach occurred.
Nine News reports officers made the discovery while conducting a routine head count at the hotel…

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