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Go home if you can! If you are travelling in your country of residence, go home and self-isolate there. If travel restrictions make this impossible, contact the relevant authorities for advise. Usually there are some exemptions for essential travel, and travelling from a potentially crowded hostel to your home may well count as valid travel. If you are ...


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In NZ, (and I imagine Australia) you can't Police removed a traveler from a hostel yesterday and have forcibly quarantined her and she will deported at the end of the 14 days. There are now three backpackers currently in custody for not following self isolation correctly. At this point you need to have a correct self isolation plan when you enter the ...


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traveler who is planning on staying in hostel dorms Make a different plan. Your question assumes that the hosteler simply will not change accommodation plans and will perform the self-isolation in a hostel. Not gonna happen. The hosteler must find out what the government considers to be a viable self-quarantine plan. And then make that plan, whatever it ...


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There are instructions for people who are self isolating in a shared space. They are aimed at people sharing a spacious home with their family, but they can apply here too. There are summaries by the trusted news sources CBC and BBC that quote medical authorities. You should: stay inside. Don't go outside, especially to restaurants or grocery stores. ...


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