Vic hotel quarantine manager stood down

Sumary of Vic hotel quarantine manager stood down:

  • Benita KolovosAAP Camera IconVictoria’s hotel quarantine system had a number of compliance breaches it resumed in April..
  • AAP Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link A Victorian public servant in charge of infection control at the state’s quarantine hotels has been stood down after they reportedly committed multiple compliance breaches..
  • Government Services Minister Danny Pearson on Wednesday confirmed Matiu Bush, general manager of infection prevention and control at COVID-19 Quarantine Victoria (CQV), had been stood down overnight pending a review..
  • They reportedly left the hotel, which was not hosting returned travellers at the time, to get a coffee and returned without changing their mask or sanitising their hands..
  • The incidents reportedly occurred at the Holiday Inn at Melbourne Airport, Novotel and IBIS at Melbourne Central, InterContinental Melbourne and Sheraton’s Four Points Hotel..
  • The newspaper also published an internal report contradicting claims by the government that an outbreak at the Holiday Inn was caused by a banned nebuliser….

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