Chinese-owned resort gifted $500k for quarantining no one

The Victorian Government’s handling of its hotel quarantine program has come under renewed scrutiny.

It has been revealed that the Sands Golf Resort in Torquay was paid $511,500 to house returned travellers under two state government contracts.

However, the resort was not used as a quarantine hotel, and the Chinese-linked company that owned it subsequently went into administration.

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