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NSW Government reconsiders length of hotel quarantine in response to threat of UK coronavirus strain – ABC News

As more cases of COVID-19 come up in hotel quarantine, the NSW Government warns that 14 days may not be the end of the isolation for some returned travellers.

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As more cases of COVID-19 appear in hotel quarantine, the NSW Government warns the standard isolation period may not be long enough for some returned travellers.
The UK strain of coronavirus recently leaked out of a quarantine hotel in Brisbane, forcing the city into a snap three-day lockdown.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian now says returned travellers may have to quarantine beyond usual 14 days if they start getting symptoms during that time.
Who will have to quarantine longer than 14 days?
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