Jessika Power slams the ‘inhumane’ conditions on her second day in hotel quarantine in Perth – after jetting to her home state from Queensland
On Friday, Jessika Power announced she was quarantining in a Perth hotel after flying into her home state of Western Australia from Queensland.
But hours later, it appears the Married At First Sight star’s mood had descended as she complained the conditions were ‘inhumane’.
Posting to her Instagram stories, Jessika, 28, replied to a fan’s question and vented about the lack of air ventilation in her confined space.
She’s not happy: Hours after being confined in hotel quarantine, Jessika Power’s mood descended as she complained the conditions were ‘inhumane’. Posting to her Instagram stories, the 28-year-old vented about the lack of air ventilation in her room
‘You’re asking if there’s windows in the room – no there’s no airflow – there’s a window, but I can’t freakin’ open it,’ she said.
Jessika then went on to explain that she had no idea people who were in hotel quarantine were not allowed time outside.
She followed her statement up by putting out a poll to her fans, questioning whether or not the conditions were ‘inhumane’ or not.
Unhappy: She followed her statement up by putting out a poll to her fans, questioning whether or not the conditions were ‘inhumane’ or not
‘So wrong, inhumane,’ the poll read.
‘You don’t need air,’ she added on the poll.
As she arrived in Perth after a flight from Queensland’s Gold Coast on Friday, Jessika was whisked off into mandatory hotel quarantine.
The 28-year-old began asking her fans for ideas on what to do to keep busy, then gave an update on her quarantine situation and a tour of her hotel room.
‘I just got here, it’s really not that crash hot,’ she said to the camera, unimpressed with her new living arrangements for the next two weeks.
In the clips, Jessika wore an olive crop top jumper, matching pants and a gold necklace.
She then began to rotate her camera to give the short tour around the modest room, before stating, ‘That’s it!’
‘That’s it!’ An unimpressed Jessika rotated the camera to show her living arrangements for the next two weeks
‘I get really claustrophobic in small rooms,’ she continued. ‘And this room is f**king small. So that’s fun.’
‘Just trying to not let my anxiety eat me alive,’ Jessika said, as she informed her followers that she’s ordering food because the hotel hasn’t provided any.
‘I’m going to go insane in here,’ the MAFS alumni added.
Locked down: Border restrictions are currently tough – exempt travellers arriving to Western Australia must self-quarantine in a suitable premise for 14 days
Border restrictions are currently tough – exempt travellers arriving to Western Australia after 3pm Tuesday, 29 June 2021 must self-quarantine in a suitable premise for 14 days.
They must also present for an initial COVID-19 test within 48 hours, as well as present for a COVID-19 test if any symptoms develop during quarantine.
They must present for a COVID-19 test on day 11 after arrival in Western Australia.
Jessika first shot to fame on Married At First Sight in season 6. She was most recently on TV during the Channel Nine dating show’s reunion special.
Remember this? Earlier this year, Jessika was most recently on screens during a Married At First Sight Reunion special