Northern Territory Police have fined a WA man for breaching COVID-19 directions after he was found camping near Uluru after allegedly having been in a coronavirus hotspot within the past 14 days.
- The WA man was fined more than $5,000
- He was taken to the Alice Springs quarantine facility
- Police say he had not submitted an “online border entry form”
Police said the 64-year-old man from WA was located at the Yulara campground after entering the Territory from South Australia “without submitting an online border entry form”.
He received a $5,056 fine and was “sent immediately to the Alice Springs quarantine facility”.
“There is no excuse for this,” Acting Commander Sachin Sharma said.
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