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Antic says he doesn’t know why he is in quarantine
Mr Antic was directed to quarantine in a medi-hotel after arriving from Canberra on Thursday night.
He said he had been in Canberra for two weeks for work and attempted to come back but was “met with some resistance” and ultimately told he needed to go into a medi-hotel.
“I’m now surrounded by COVID in a medi-hotel and that’s alarming,” he said.
When asked why he was in a medi-hotel, Mr Antic said it was “a very good question”.
That’s a question you might like to direct to the bureaucratic overlords at SA Health,” he said.
Mr Antic said on prior trips back from Canberra he had been allowed to quarantine at home for two weeks.
But under border changes from November 23, unvaccinated travellers can only enter South Australia with an exemption.
SA government guidelines state travellers may be required to complete quarantine at home or in a medi-hotel “depending on individual circumstances”.
Mr Antic last week threatened to withhold his vote in federal parliament in protest against state vaccination mandates.
“I’ve been a person who has been very, very vocal about mandates, vaccine passports, discrimination, government overreach and bureaucratic overreach,” he said.
“Now all of a sudden I seem to have been singled out in what appears to be a political stunt and the only inference you can really draw from this is this has been quite pre-meditated.”
Mr Antic, 46, said he had a COVID test on Wednesday that was negative and that he truthfully answered all questions he “was required to” under the state guidelines, including whether he was fully vaccinated.
“I’ve been very clear about my medical history and my medical care is a matter for myself and my family … my wife and my three-month-child is now at home for another two weeks without me,” he said.