1. Hotel quarantine inquiry: Daniel Andrews hammered over explosive email  NEWS.com.au
  2. Hotel quarantine inquiry LIVE updates: Email that warned of 'considerable risk' endorsed by Victorian senior public health official; 'compliance and logistics' prioritised over health  The Age
  3. Brett Sutton had no 'oversight' of coronavirus infection control in Victorian hotel quarantine program, inquiry told  ABC News
  4. Sutton unaware of major hotel flaw, inquiry told  NEWS.com.au
  5. Explosive evidence Daniel Andrews denied ADF support for quarantine  Daily Mail
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Daniel Andrews has faced yet another blow to his claim the military had not been made available to help with Victoria’s failed hotel quarantine program.Daniel Andrews has faced yet another blow to his claim the military had not been made available to help with Victoria’s failed hotel quarantine program.

Hotel quarantine inquiry: Daniel Andrews hammered over explosive email

Top health officials, including Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton, will front the inquiry into Victoria's ill-fated hotel quarantine program.Top health officials, including Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton, will front the inquiry into Victoria's ill-fated hotel quarantine program.

There are concerns about low testing numbers in NSW not revealing the extent of community transmission, as Queensland reportedly considers easing its border rules.There are concerns about low testing numbers in NSW not revealing the extent of community transmission, as Queensland reportedly considers easing its border rules.

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The Victorian premier previously denied turning down military help but emails from the prime minister's office show it was offered several times.The Victorian premier previously denied turning down military help but emails from the prime minister's office show it was offered several times.

Explosive evidence Daniel Andrews denied ADF support for quarantine | Daily Mail Online

Regional Victoria will enjoy greater freedom as lockdowns come to an end from midnight tonight, however some restrictions remain in place.

Local leaders welcome easing of restrictions - bay 93.9 Geelong

An inquiry into Victoria’s bungled hotel quarantine system yesterday revealed Victoria’s top public servant was directly offered Australian Defence Force assistance for hotel security. …

Neil Mitchell: The three possible reasons for the Premier’s claim ADF support wasn’t offered – 3AW

During last month’s parliamentary inquiry, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews explicitly denied that Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel were offered for use in the state’s hotel quarantine program: Liberal MP: “So my question is: Why did you choose to use private security guards rather than police or ADF?: Dan Andrews: “I’m glad you mentioned the use

Dan Andrews lied: ADF troops were offered for hotel quarantine - MacroBusiness

Chief health officer had ‘no oversight’ of hotel quarantine and didn’t find out until Covid outbreaks in June that private guards were being usedChief health officer had ‘no oversight’ of hotel quarantine and didn’t find out until Covid outbreaks in June that private guards were being used

Victoria’s CHO Brett Sutton tells inquiry he was unaware private security used in hotel quarantine | Victoria | The Guardian

Serving ADF member under investigation after quarantine breach.Serving ADF member under investigation after quarantine breach.

ADF member fined after woman found in his quarantine room | The Canberra Times | Canberra, ACT

Victorian chief health officer didn't know police, ADF weren't used for Victoria's hotel quarantine; States urged to take in more expats; Liveris says a transition from coal to gas necessary to reach net-zero by 2050. Follow live updates here.Victorian chief health officer didn't know police, ADF weren't used for Victoria's hotel quarantine; States urged to take in more expats; Liveris says a transition from coal to gas necessary to reach net-zero by 2050. Follow live updates here.

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ADF support was offered to the Andrews government by Prime Minister Scott Morrison's most senior public servant to assist with Victoria's hotel security more than a month before the state's second wave, an inquiry has heard. An email from Secretary Phil Gaetjens was released at an inquiry into Victoria's failed hotel quarantine which contradicted repeated claims by Premier Daniel Andrews troops had not been offered. The state's second wave saw more than 700 deaths. Image: News Corp Australia ADF support was offered to the Andrews government by Prime Minister Scott Morrison's most senior public servant to assist with Victoria's hotel security more than a month before the state's second wave, an inquiry has heard. An email from Secretary Phil Gaetjens was released at an inquiry into Victoria's failed hotel quarantine which contradicted repeated claims by Premier Daniel Andrews troops had not been offered. The state's second wave saw more than 700 deaths. Image: News Corp Australia

More than 25,000 Australians remain stranded abroad due to the closure of international borders.More than 25,000 Australians remain stranded abroad due to the closure of international borders.

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Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton requested an urgent review of the state's hotel quarantine program after he was sidelined by bureaucrats, an inqu...Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton requested an urgent review of the state's hotel quarantine program after he was sidelined by bureaucrats, an inqu...

Vic CHO wanted review of hotel quarantine | Yass Tribune | Yass, NSW

Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton tells the state's hotel quarantine inquiry he believes he should have been given the position of state controller during the pandemic so he could properly oversee the implementation of directives he was responsible for.Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton tells the state's hotel quarantine inquiry he believes he should have been given the position of state controller during the pandemic so he could properly oversee the implementation of directives he was responsible for.

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Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton has told an inquiry returned travellers could have left hotel quarantine unaware they had COVID-19.Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton has told an inquiry returned travellers could have left hotel quarantine unaware they had COVID-19.

People may have left Victorian hotel quarantine unaware they had coronavirus, inquiry hears | SBS News

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