Questions are being raised about how Dannii Minogue was able to get an exemption from hotel quarantine from Queensland’s Chief Health Officer.
The singer and presenter has returned home from the United States with her 10-year-old son over the weekend, ahead of filming an Australian TV show.
As of July 1, all returning overseas travellers arriving into Queensland were being forced to pay for their own mandatory hotel quarantine at a cost of around $2,800 per individual.
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But Minogue has somehow been granted an exemption, and is instead quarantining at a private property on the Gold Coast with her son.
There are reports she presented a medical certificate from her doctor that allowed her to serve her 14 days at home.
She’s also agreed to be tested multiple times during the quarantine period for the coronavirus.
Queensland Health has refused to comment on individual matters when it comes to exemptions.