Premier Gladys Berejiklian says an outbreak of the highly contagious UK coronavirus strain in a Brisbane hotel is a “real worry” as NSW Health officials scramble to identify anyone who may have been exposed.
- Six cases of the variant strain have been linked to the Brisbane hotel
- The NSW Premier warned even one case could create a problem in her state
- All people who were in quarantine at Hotel Grand Chancellor have been moved
NSW Health issued an alert for anyone who had been at Brisbane’s Hotel Grand Chancellor since December 30, either as a returning traveller or a staff member.
People should get tested immediately and isolate for 14 days even if their result is negative, and await further advice as questions remain about the…