A Perth dentist who breached COVID-19 quarantine laws when she treated 41 patients has been jailed.
Nataliia Nairn was supposed to be self-isolating for two weeks after returning to Perth from Canberra, via Sydney, in June.
Instead, she went to work several times during that period and treated patients.
Nairn previously pleaded guilty to eight charges of failing to comply with a direction under the Emergency Management Act.
She was sentenced in Joondalup Magistrates Court on Monday to seven months in prison.
But she will only have to serve two months behind bars, with the remainder of the term suspended for a period of eight months.
Originally published as Dentist jailed for quarantine breach