Matiu Bush reported to have refused a coronavirus test after being onsite at a quarantine hotel, while separate report places doubt on nebuliser blame for third lockdown
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The general manager responsible for infection prevention and control within Victoria’s hotel quarantine system has been stood down while a review occurs into allegations they breached infection control protocols, including by refusing Covid-19 testing.
The government services minister, Danny Pearson, said on Wednesday that he was concerned by reports in the Australian newspaper that the general manager, Matiu Bush, had refused a required daily Covid-19 test after being onsite at a quarantine hotel, allegedly stating; “I’m the head of IPC [Infection Prevention and Control] and I override that protocol.”
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