Man who breached quarantine and sparked Hobart lockdown sentenced to five months in jail

Posted by on December 21, 2021 3:42 am
Categories: Global Stories

Southern Tasmania was forced into three-day lockdown after Timothy Andrew Gunn, 31, absconded and tested positive to Covid

A New South Wales man who absconded from hotel quarantine in Hobart and sparked a three-day lockdown across southern Tasmania has been sentenced to five months’ jail for breaching public health orders.

Much of the island state, including the capital, was forced into lockdown on 15 October after Timothy Andrew Gunn, 31, returned a positive coronavirus test having spent time in the community.

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