Queensland Residents in Home Quarantine Will Be Visited by the Cops if they Fail to Respond to Random Text Messages Within 10 Minutes

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Queenslanders in home quarantine will need to answer to randomly-timed text messages (up to 3 per day) within 10 minutes or risk a visit by the cops, as part of strict new Covid compliance laws announced this morning.

The new rules – enacted with immediate effect – are part of a real-time compliance push by the state government ahead of the school holidays that start next week.

The messages will have a hyperlink that requires individuals to open and respond within 10 minutes.

Potential breaches will be assessed by police to identify whether further action is required, including fines and a direction to go into hotel quarantine at their own cost.

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www.news.com.au/technology/gadgets/mobile-phones/queenslanders-could-receive-police-visit-if-they-miss-home-quarantine-text-with-10-mins-to-respond/news-story/d963b471dd2ae102906299069151cea2

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