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Journalist Monique Leal Describes Australia's Covid Quarantine Camp (Exclusive Interview)

The quarantine camps were heavily militarized, with one military member on each floor of a repurposed hotel, Monique Leal explained.

Journalist Monique Leal describes her 28-day total experience in Australian quarantine centers during an exclusive interview at RAIR Foundation USA. It is not very often that one hears the tales of life inside the quarantine camps for those who were forced to use them, paying out of their own pockets for the privilege.

The quarantine centers have largely been dismantled, as quarantining healthy people is unscientific and authoritarian.

During her stay, she was given three meals a day, which were cold by the time they got to her room. She was equipped with a small refrigerator which the top could be warm, so she would place her food on it, Leal explained.

The quarantine camps were heavily militarized, with one military member on each floor of a repurposed hotel, Monique Leal explained. Like in prison, she would sometimes be able to take a “fresh air break,” where she would be able to walk around the pool, which itself was sealed off. It was during these brief respites that Leal would be able to speak with other prisoners guests. Their stories were poignant, the journalist said. One woman was terrified that she would miss seeing her sick father before he passed away because she was forced to sit in quarantine.

Not being to breath fresh air or properly exercise, Leal found herself constantly pacing in her room.

Watch the interview here:

Monique Leal was with Canadian Frontline Nurses co-founder Kristen Nagle, whose interview with RAIR can be seen here.

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