While preparing to work on the upcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder, Matt Damon is currently in Australia and his lawyer explains how the quarantine process for his family will work.
If you didn’t know, anyone entering Australia right now is forced to stay for two weeks in government-controlled hotels to ensure that they don’t bring COVID-19 into the country.
Matt and his family are not going to stay at one of the hotels and are going to do their quarantine at a house they rented instead.
Deadline reports that Matt Damond‘s immigration lawyer told local media, “Every aspect of the Damon family’s relocation and quarantine has been privately arranged and funded…their entry will in no way impact or reduce the number of spaces for Australians overseas waiting to return home nor create any burden to the Australian taxpayer whatsoever.”
Dr Zac Turner, CEO of Concierge Doctors, added, “The family will be entirely segregated for the period of their quarantine and will participate in standardised testing and monitoring, in full compliance with current NSW Government requirements. NSW Police are also present to ensure the quarantine of the Damons is enforced. By undertaking quarantine in this way at their own cost, the Damons are subject to the same medical requirements that apply to everyone else entering NSW and importantly, their arrival in no way impacts the capacity available to bring Australians home.”