COVID-19: Perth passengers forced into quarantine because of flight freed

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COVID-19: Perth passengers forced into quarantine because of flight freed

Passengers forced into hotel quarantine in Brisbane because of a delayed flight could be released on Tuesday as the Perth lockdown is eased. Flight VA 469 was due to arrive in Queensland at 8.10pm on Friday, hours ahead of the midnight cut-off for interstate travel. But the flight was delayed and didn’t arrive until 1.20am on Saturday, with Queensland health authorities updating travel restrictions while passengers were flying across the country. As travellers were in the sky and out of reach of phone reception, Queensland Health adopted border restrictions for Perth and Peel after West Australian Premier Mark McGowan plunged his state’s capital into a three-day lockdown. RELATED: Infuriating consequence of flight delayOn arrival in Brisbane, passengers were escorted to buses and taken to hotels in Brisbane for the mandatory 14-day quarantine, with Virgin blaming an engineering failure for the delay.

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