Hunger Strike in Isolation "because I want to isolate at home"
As if the task of the staff looking after returnees is not hard and dangerous enough, seems to me complaining because they did not monitor his food intake seems a bit much.
Bizarre - usually if you're doing a hunger strike you tell people that, rather than doing it secretly and then complaining when no-one notices. Comes across as a 60-something teenager who is hoping his parents notice him loudly sulking over their "unfair" decisions.
He says that Managed Quarantine is good for others, but he had requested an exemption for himself because he's a "standard New Zealand citizen" and a "low risk adult" who should be allowed to self-quarantine at home.