Original article by Ben Graham
News.com.au – Page: Online : 2-Nov-20
Sky News host Peta Credlin has claimed the inquiry into Victoria’s botched hotel quarantine program overlooked key evidence. Andrew McLean’s company Elite Protection Services was in charge of security at Rydges on Swanston, from where it is believed the vast majority of Victoria’s second wave COVID-19 infection cases emanated. McLean says he prepared an extensive submission that outlined breakdowns in command and breaches in protocol at the hotel, but his submission was not accepted as evidence and he was never asked to appear as a witness. McLean says infected workers from the Cedar Works meat plant were sent to stay at the hotel by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services, but that it was a mistake to allow them to be at the same hotel as returned travellers, as they were quarantining voluntarily and could ignore directions given to them by security guards. For Credlin’s full report, follow the link provided.
SKY NEWS, ELITE PROTECTION SERVICES PTY LTD, VICTORIA. DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, CEDAR MEATS (AUST) PTY LTD