A 59-year-old Penguin woman will face court after being charged with failing to comply with the lawful requirement or direction of an emergency management worker in Launceston on Thursday.
Tasmania Police said the accused returned to Tasmania on the Spirit after travelling in country Victoria.
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The woman was taken to Launceston by bus where she allegedly caused several issues before being placed into mandatory quarantine at the city's Best Western Hotel.
Police were called to the quarantine site about 11am after the woman had allegedly become abusive, aggressive and refusing to stay in her room.
Police were again called to the hotel about 2pm and issued the accused with a formal directive to quarantine after she allegedly again refused to remain in her room, was being disruptive and throwing food.
She will appear in an after-hours session of the Launceston Magistrates Court tonight.
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