Dominic Perrottet wants to abolish mandatory isolation


New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet is advocating for the abolishment of mandatory isolation periods for non-symptomatic people.

State premiers earlier this year reduced the mandatory isolation period to five days – but Dominic Perrottet wants to abolish that requirement altogether.

If successful, it would see Australia follow the United Kingdom and the United States’ approach, which only recommends isolation for symptomatic people – but doesn’t mandate it.

If you are sick “you stay at home” and if you are not sick “you get out and about and enjoy life,” Mr Perrottet said.



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