No fines had been issued to anyone quarantining with the platform. Only one person was removed to hotel quarantine; however, that was for providing incorrect details on their border pass, unrelated to their compliance with the check in system.Loading
Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young this week said authorities would be reviewing the trial for returning Queenslanders as it progressed, with the fully vaccinated participants able to return until October 18. “We won’t wait until its completion,” Dr Young said.
Comments by authorities about people failing to respond to invitations to be part of the 1000-person trial of home quarantine frustrated many who were forced to reapply for border passes or exemptions to enter the state after a two-week pause on hotspot arrivals in early September.
Strict criteria for that trial — such as the need to fly into Brisbane airport, have 14 days’ worth of groceries on hand and a standalone property to stay in within eight south-east Queensland council areas — meant many of the thousands sent an invitation were ineligible. Many others wishing or able to take part have not been offered a place.
Source : https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/home-quarantine-compliance-at-99-per-cent-in-positive-signs-for-expansion-20211013-p58zqo.html206