Mon. Aug 15th, 2022

Cricket legend Shane Warne has targeted the “inhuman” quarantine restrictions in his home state of Victoria after announcing his plans to return to Australia.

The Spin King took to Twitter to ask his followers if he should be subject to a 14-day hotel quarantine in Victoria ahead of the Australian cricket summer.

Warne, who tested positive for COVID-19 in February, returns home after a long period in London and coaches London Spirit in England’s new limited overs competition The Hundred.

“Can I do home quarantine in Victoria now that I’m double vaccinated, or is it still the inhuman 14 day hotel quarantine in a tiny little room that all returning residents have had to do?” Warne wrote.

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It soon became clear that the 52-year-old would be forced to undergo hotel quarantine at his own expense, as the Victoria government had not yet revealed any plans to try home quarantine like New South Wales.

That may change later in the year with Victoria’s international quarantine arrangements to be rewritten when the state reaches the 80 percent double vaccination target.

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Shane Warne has targeted the “inhuman” quarantine restrictions in Victoria. Credit: AAP

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