Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has revealed her government will put before the National Cabinet a proposal that would see international travellers quarantine at remote facilities around the country.
Ms Palaszczuk said her government had looked at the possibility of moving hotel quarantine from the busy Brisbane CBD to mining camps in more isolated parts of the state to mitigate the risk of virus outbreaks.
“Some of these mining camps are four-star. They are of a very good, high-quality standard. My understanding is a lot of the ones we are looking at have balconies, so, lots of fresh air for guests,” she said.
“There’s the capacity for all of the staff and cleaners to be based on those sites as…