Check out the curious case of DuRae (he declined to provide his surname.)
Recently, DuRae and his father returned to Toronto from Jamaica, landing at Pearson International Airport. Because they had not been tested for COVID-19 in Jamaica prior to boarding their flight, and because they declined to take the test at Pearson, they were promptly escorted onto a bus and then shuttled off to the nearby Radisson Hotel on Dixon Road. But this isn't a de rigueur Radisson anymore. In fact. DuRae says the facility now resembles a prison moreso than a hotel.
DuRae notes they were brought to a temporary entrance on the south side of the hotel and then told to fill out various paperwork. DuRae says he noticed several people in full hazmat suits. Eventually, DuRae and his dad were frog-marched to their room. They were ordered not to leave the room and told they weren't allowed to buy their own food. Rather, they would have to eat whatever was provided to them by the Red Cross. This was somewhat of an issue for DuRae as he is a strict vegan. As well, the windows in their unit were sealed shut, preventing them from accessing fresh air.
Anti-lockdown protester Chris Sky heard about their plight and sprung into action by orchestrating a "prison break."