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Australia Qld woman lied about being in Vic

00:16  02 august  2020
00:16  02 august  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

Melbourne man 'flew into Sydney without permit, lied about having kids'

  Melbourne man 'flew into Sydney without permit, lied about having kids' A Melbourne man who allegedly flew into Sydney without a permit to enter NSW then lied to authorities about having children has been charged. The 21-year-old was stopped by NSW Health staff at Sydney Airport after disembarking a Melbourne flight just before 1pm yesterday.When he was unable to provide a NSW Health exemption, police officers stationed at the airport were called to assist. © Getty Passengers disembark a Melbourne flight at Sydney domestic airport earlier this month. NSW closed its borders on July 8 as coronavirus cases in Victoria mounted.

The Queensland Premier has hit out at two teens who dodged quarantine after returning from Melbourne infected with the coronavirus after allegedly lying on a border declaration form. The state announced two new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, both are 19-year-old women who travelled

Three Queensland women will face court for dodging quarantine after returning to the Sunshine State from Melbourne while infected with COVID-19. Three Brisbane women who allegedly lied on their border declaration forms to avoid quarantining after a trip to Victoria have been charged.

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A woman has allegedly been caught lying to police in Queensland, after travelling to the state from Victoria.

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Three women at the centre of Queensland ’s latest coronavirus outbreak have been charged by police for providing false information. Earlier, police said one of the virus-positive women was upfront about where she had been in recent weeks, but the other had refused to give authorities her details.

Queensland has announced the state has confirmed an additional new case of coronavirus on Wednesday afternoon, taking today’s total to three. Two 19-year-olds in Queensland were confirmed to have the virus after returning from Victoria and lying about their trip.

The 51-year-old told police she was returning from Victoria for essential work but was caught out when officers conducted a home check.

She has been placed in hotel quarantine and will appear in court in November.

Pictures: Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world

Questions remain after Queensland puts a stop to consular staff quarantine exemptions as three men await test results .
As Queensland moves to close a COVID-19 quarantine loophole involving consular and diplomatic staff returning to the state, questions are still being asked about a returning consular worker who later tested positive for the virus. Concerns were raised after a man in his 20s returned from Afghanistan via Sydney last week.He flew into the Sunshine Coast before driving to Toowoomba, where he tested positive for COVID-19. Queensland's Chief Health Officer, Jeannette Young, said yesterday she had approved his quarantine exemption in line with national guidelines for diplomatic staff.

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