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Zac Efron’s brother Dylan jumps for joy as he after completes 14-day hotel quarantine in Sydney

Zac Efron’s brother Dylan completed his 14 days of hotel quarantine in Sydney on Thursday.

The TV producer, 29, literally jumped for joy outside of the hotel as a friend filmed him on an iPhone.

He dressed casually for his first day of freedom in a black T-shirt and navy pants.

Quarantine complete! Zac Efron’s brother Dylan completed his 14 days of hotel quarantine in Sydney on Thursday

The Instagram influencer teamed his outfit with Vans sneakers and a backwards-facing black cap.

Outside of the hotel, he was seen leaping into the air and swinging up his arms.

His photographer friend crouched down just ahead of him, capturing Dylan’s mid-air moment.

One for the 'gram! He jumped for joy outside of the hotel as a friend filmed him on an iPhone

One for the ‘gram! He jumped for joy outside of the hotel as a friend filmed him on an iPhone

He's outta here! His photographer friend crouched down just ahead of him, capturing Dylan's mid-air moment

He’s outta here! His photographer friend crouched down just ahead of him, capturing Dylan’s mid-air moment

He later showed Dylan the footage for him to approve, and he looked impressed.

The younger Efron and his pal enjoyed the city breeze as they chatted outside the building, before gathering their things and heading to their next location.

Dylan’s arrival from the U.S. sparked fury when the government granted him entry while thousands of Australian citizens and residents are still stranded overseas.

For the 'gram: He later showed Dylan the footage for him to approve, and he looked impressed

For the ‘gram: He later showed Dylan the footage for him to approve, and he looked impressed 

Chatting: The younger Efron and his pal enjoyed the city breeze as they chatted outside the building, before gathering their things and heading to their next location

Chatting: The younger Efron and his pal enjoyed the city breeze as they chatted outside the building, before gathering their things and heading to their next location

Casual: He dressed casually for his first day of freedom in a black T-shirt and navy pants

Laid-back: The Instagram influencer teamed his outfit with Vans sneakers and a backwards-facing black cap

Casual: He dressed casually for his first day of freedom in a black T-shirt and navy pants

‘Can someone please explain why Dylan Efron is able to travel to Australia while 40,000 stranded Aussies are still locked out of their own country due to arrival caps and quarantine limitations?’ one person tweeted.

‘Okay so you can travel to Australia all good, but people from New Zealand can’t even go visit dying relatives?’ another asked.

A third wrote: ‘Why is Zac’s brother able to come in as a non-Aussie and we can’t see our parents for two to three years? Great.’

Anger: Dylan's arrival from the U.S. sparked fury when the government granted him entry while thousands of Australian citizens and residents are still stranded overseas

Anger: Dylan’s arrival from the U.S. sparked fury when the government granted him entry while thousands of Australian citizens and residents are still stranded overseas

Frustrated: 'Can someone please explain why Dylan Efron is able to travel to Australia while 40,000 stranded Aussies are still locked out of their own country due to arrival caps and quarantine limitations?' one person tweeted

Frustrated: ‘Can someone please explain why Dylan Efron is able to travel to Australia while 40,000 stranded Aussies are still locked out of their own country due to arrival caps and quarantine limitations?’ one person tweeted

Australians in a private Facebook group for people in hotel quarantine asked the same question, with one woman writing: ‘How essential was his entry?’ 

Since arriving in Sydney, Dylan has been sharing his experience in quarantine with his 607,800 followers on Instagram.

‘Pretty uneventful day, I got a great workout in which was my goal coming in… I’d say the weirdest thing that has happened is that they keep sending me milk. I don’t really know what to do with all this milk,’ he said in one video.

‘I also hardly wore clothes today, which felt great but isn’t great if you’re shooting content or because there’s a big office building across from us and I’m sure they all know me by now,’ Dylan said in another update.

Updates: Since arriving in Sydney, Dylan has been sharing his experience in quarantine with his 607,800 followers on Instagram

Updates: Since arriving in Sydney, Dylan has been sharing his experience in quarantine with his 607,800 followers on Instagram

Not fair! He also shared that he was regularly receiving food deliveries to his room.

Not fair! He also shared that he was regularly receiving food deliveries to his room

Not fair! He also shared that he was regularly receiving food deliveries to his room. But Australians in a private hotel quarantine also asked the same question, with one woman writing: ‘How essential was his entry?’

Last month, Dylan told Bro Bible he had planned a trip Down Under to help produce the second season of Zac’s Netflix series, Down to Earth. 

It comes as thousands of Australians remain stranded overseas and desperate to come home.

An Australian Border Force spokesperson told 7NEWS.com.au that travel exemptions may be granted for a number of purposes. 

Down Under for work: Last month, Dylan told Bro Bible that he had planned a trip Down Under to help produce the second season of Zac's Netflix series, Down to Earth

Down Under for work: Last month, Dylan told Bro Bible that he had planned a trip Down Under to help produce the second season of Zac’s Netflix series, Down to Earth 

‘Stimulating the Australian economy is an important part of post-Covid-19 recovery, which is why the ABF is committed to keeping the economy moving as much as possible, while at the same time ensuring our borders remain strong and protected from the transmission of COVID-19,’ the spokesman said.

On January 8, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that the number of permitted international arrivals would be slashed for New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia, dashing hopes for the 40,000 Australians languishing in limbo abroad.

The reduction was made in a bid to stamp out the UK’s new mutant strain of Covid that appears more transmissible than the original strain, although numbers of infections have dropped sharply in Britain since. 

Location: Zac has been quietly living in the beachside town of Byron Bay since March 2020, after escaping the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S

Location: Zac has been quietly living in the beachside town of Byron Bay since March 2020, after escaping the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S


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