Peter Dutton is forced into Covid-19 home quarantine in Brisbane and will miss Parliament


Peter Dutton is forced into home quarantine and will miss Parliament after being caught up in Queensland’s Covid-19 outbreak

Peter Dutton has been forced into home quarantine in Brisbane and will not attend Parliament for the next two weeks. 

The Defence Minister was told to quarantine because his teenage sons attend a Brisbane school which suffered an infectious case. 

The 50-year-old, who recovered from Covid-19 in March 2020 and is fully vaccinated, has tested negative for the virus. 

Peter Dutton has been forced into home quarantine in Brisbane and will not attend Parliament for the next two weeks

Peter Dutton has been forced into home quarantine in Brisbane and will not attend Parliament for the next two weeks

Mr Dutton will quarantine at home with his family for two weeks and attend cabinet meetings virtually.  

Christian Porter will take over as Leader of the House for the next fortnight while Mr Dutton is in quarantine.   

Mr Porter held the role until March when he was removed after denying allegations he raped a female debating teammate in 1988. 



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