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Australian Woman is Jailed for Six months for Breaking COVID Quarantine Rules


Recently, the world spotlight has been on the Australian government, as they impose draconian lockdown measures in the state of Victoria – all under the guise of “fighting COVID-19.”

More than any other country, Australia appears to be ground zero for advancing the globalist New Normal agenda.

This latest lockdown incident demonstrates the lengths to which the government is prepared go in order to restrict movement of its citizens.

Evening Standard reports…

A woman has been slapped with a six-month prison sentence after breaking strict Australian coronavirus quarantine rules.

Asher Faye Vander Sanden, 28, pleaded guilty in Perth Magistrates Court to breaking Western Australia’s emergency coronavirus laws by sneaking into the state in a truck.

Ms Vander Sanden was arrested at her partner’s home in Perth suburb Scarborough on August 11 after travelling by road from the state of Victoria – a journey of around 2,000 miles.

She had been given permission to fly to Perth and quarantine in a hotel for 14 days before meeting her boyfriend.

Local police launched an investigation when Ms Vander Sanden did not arrive at Perth airport.

She appeared in court on Tuesday remotely from Bandyup Women’s Prison where she was hit with a sentence of six months and one day in jail.

Ms Vander Sanden was made eligible for parole.

Western Australia has harsh punishments for anyone who breaks its 14-day quarantine rules. Offenders can be jailed for up to 12 months and be fined as much as A$50,000 (about £27,300).

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