Australia Coronavirus Surge Linked To Guards 'having S.e.x With Brits' At Quarantine Hotels

By 10:35 Wed, 22 Jul 2020 Comments

A surge of coronavirus cases in Australia's most populous state has been linked to guards allegedly having s.e.x with guests - including some Brits - at quarantine hotels.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

A £1.7 million inquiry was launched yesterday to determine whether the spike in Covid-19 cases in Victoria was caused by the bungled isolation programme at numerous five-star hotels.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Security staff and 'quarantine-hotel insiders' told The Sun some hotel guards had s.e.x with guests during quarantine, with some involved reportedly British.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

It comes as Victoria reported 374 daily cases of coronavirus infections on Tuesday compared with 275 cases the day before - along with three new deaths.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

A woman in her 100s, a woman in her 90s and a woman in her 80s have all died from the virus, Premier Daniel Andrews said in a media briefing in Melbourne.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

The state so far has recorded just under 6,300 total confirmed cases of Covid-19, which is nearly half of the total infections in Australia.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Victoria's government has enforced a six-week partial lockdown in the city of Melbourne and asked residents to wear face masks when they step outside their houses or risk fines to contain a flare-up in infections.(Wapbaze_Copyright)



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