First day of hearings told ‘crucial’ information on face masks was incorrect for setting

A mandatory training module on Covid-19 for private security personnel working in hotel quarantine appeared designed for the general public, contained no advice on personal protective equipment and gave “confusing” and “clearly misleading” advice about mask use, the hotel quarantine inquiry has heard.

On the first day of hearings for the Victorian hotel quarantine inquiry, being overseen by former judge Jennifer Coate, a training module on Covid-19 that personnel working for security contractors in hotel quarantine were required to undertake was examined by the director of infectious diseases at Austin Health, Prof Lindsay Graham.

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