Thousands of Australians with unpaid fines for breaking Covid rules have their homes seized, bank accounts raided and licences cancelled as government chases $5.2million - Daily Mail | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Thousands of Australians with unpaid fines for breaking Covid rules have their homes seized, bank accounts raided and licences cancelled as government chases $5.2million - Daily Mail

  • State Penalties Enforcement Register chasing $5.2m in unpaid Covid-19 fines
  • Queensland Health is using SPER to crackdown on 3,046 unpaid penalty notices
  • 2,755 fines were from individuals & businesses accused of flouting Covid rules
  • SPER also to collect $5.7 million in repayments on overdue hotel quarantine bills
  • By MIRIAH DAVIS FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA
    PUBLISHED: 10:58 EDT, 27 October 2021 | UPDATED: 10:58 EDT, 27 October 2021

    Queenslanders who received fines for breaking Covid-19 rules risk having their homes seized and bank accounts frozen in a government crackdown to collect $5.2 million in repayments.

    The State Penalties Enforcement Register is expected to collect 3,046 unpaid fines from the pandemic on behalf of Queensland Health

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