Infected couple angry after being sent to Adelaide medi-hotel rather than home quarantine | 7NEWS

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An Adelaide nurse infected at the Norwood super spreader event is begging to be allowed to isolate at home. She and her husband, who are both double vaccinated, say they have been ushered into Tom’s Court Hotel and it is doing their recovery no favours.

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