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Jenny D‘Ubios’ complaints of hotel quarantine before alleged breach

A woman who allegedly fled hotel quarantine in Perth and was caught by police has shared her “traumatic” and “horrific” experiences of isolation in a video shared to Facebook.Jenny Maree D‘Ubios recently returned to Australia from overseas and was due to undertake 14 days in hotel quarantine when she allegedly breached COVID-19 directions by escaping…

A woman who allegedly fled hotel quarantine in Perth and was caught by police has shared her “traumatic” and “horrific” experiences of isolation in a video shared to Facebook.

Jenny Maree D‘Ubios recently returned to Australia from overseas and was due to undertake 14 days in hotel quarantine when she allegedly breached COVID-19 directions by escaping on Saturday.

Police say the 49-year-old was last seen walking on Adelaide Terrace in Perth about 10.20am that day but was later found at about 1.40am on Sunday.

She will face court on Sunday on a charge of failing to comply with a direction under the emergency management act.

Ms D‘Ubios — who goes by Jennifer Gonzalez on social media — shared her experience of hotel quarantine in a video posted online on Saturday morning.

She said because of her alleged allergies to wheat, dairy, sulfates and dust, she was forced to take an antihistamine, something she said she had not needed to do for more than two years because her body “can heal itself”.

Ms D‘Ubios claimed she was then rushed to hospital twice because of the side effects caused from taking the over-the-counter medicine, which included rapid heart rate, low blood pressure and dehydration.

“I woke up this morning and I cant breathe again because I’m stuck in this f**king room,” Ms D‘Ubios said in the nine-minute video.

Wearing a T-shirt that read ‘NO FUTURE’, Ms D‘Ubios said it would become the reality of the human race if people did not protest by the millions to remove governments from the world.

“We have the ability to do it but you’re full of fear, you’re lazy and letting them control everything.”

“They’re going to use the army to mass vaccinate you for a 0.03 per cent contraction rate of virus that does not exist with a 99 per cent healing rate.

“I’m done having to suffer because people won’t stand up for their rights … Everybody needs to start to wake up.”

Ms D‘Ubios was not the only Australian who is accused of trying to skip quarantine over the weekend.

After just six days in isolation at the Holiday Inn hotel at Tullamarine, John-Lee Berridge tried to escape and was restrained by police in Melbourne on Saturday.

Speaking on 3AW on Sunday morning he said he travelled to Victoria from Sydney only hours before last week’s border closure.

Mr Berridge said he’d been in Sydney for nine months but still held a Victorian licence.

“I know it was wrong … but I had told the medical staff, my anxiety is going to take over and I can’t control myself, and I’m just going to go out and try to leave until I’m forcibly stopped,” he said on radio.

“They need to understand I was told and informed I could self isolate, but when I got here they sent me straight to mandatory quarantine.”

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