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Sydney Travelodge hotel dumped from COVID-19 quarantine program after police saw photos of rooms – ABC News

In less than 24 hours NSW Police took around 400 people out of a Sydney hotel and barred it from accepting any more travellers for mandatory quarantine. Here’s what lead up to the decision.

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Sydney’s Travelodge Hotel in Surry Hills yesterday became the first to be struck off NSW’s mandatory quarantine program after a raft of complaints.
About 400 people staying there were moved 2 kilometres to a different hotel at Darling Harbour amid concerns about the cleanliness of rooms.
The Travelodge’s website says the hotel is “equipped with all the essentials for a great stay”, but people quarantining there found it to be anything but.
The complaints to NSW Police and the State Government…

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