A woman in Sydney was found traveling to ACT in violation of Covid’s rules.
A 24-year-old Paddington woman reportedly flew to the territory without the necessary exemptions from public health orders.
She was identified as a resident of Sydney by police when she got off the plane from Sydney on Friday night.
A check with ACT Health confirmed that she was not granted an exemption from participating in ACT.
According to ACT Policing, the woman was taken to a hotel at the airport and ordered to stay there at her own expense before being taken to her return flight on Saturday morning.
However, at around 11:45 pm, hotel staff informed the ACT police that the woman had a guest and was preparing to leave the hotel in violation of ACT Health’s instructions.
Police arrived when the car departed with a woman.
The vehicle was stopped by police on Saturday at around 12:05 am on Kings Avenue in Russell, where the woman was arrested and taken to the ACT Watchhouse.
She was expected to meet the ACT Administrative Court on Saturday, but was charged with not following the instructions of the Chief Medical Officer.
& Nbsp; ACT Policing notifies NSW police that it has violated NSW Health’s Stay-at-home Order.
Sydney woman jumps into ACT in violation of Covid’s rules
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