Experts say the Queensland Government is doing the right thing by eliminating Hotel Grand Chancellor from the equation, as it investigates what caused a cluster of people to test positive to the UK strain of COVID-19 in Brisbane.
- Some people in quarantine at the hotel will be forced to repeat the 14-day isolation period, despite testing negative
- Dr Kirsty Short says authorities wanted to ensure the facility was not enabling transmission through air-conditioning or other means
- Police say they will broaden the investigation with CCTV not available on level seven, where the cluster began
More than 120 people are being moved from the CBD hotel after six cases were linked to it, including four returned travellers, a hotel cleaner and…