Covid-19

n bgcnm

Increased restrictions have been announced for the South East Queensland region including the local government areas of Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Logan, Redlands, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Scenic Rim, Lockyer Valley, Moreton Bay and Somerset.

From 1am Tuesday 29 June 2021, increased restrictions will apply for people living in South East Queensland, these increased restrictions will be reviewed on Tuesday 13 July, 2021.

South East Queensland:

  • Carry a mask and wear it whenever you are outside the home including in shopping centres, public transport, hospitals, workplaces (when you can’t social distance) exclusions include exercising with your household or when seated.
  • You must be seated when eating or drinking at a cafe or restaurant.
  • All indoor settings: 1 person per 4 square metres or 100% capacity with ticketed and allocated seating.
  • Private gatherings: 30 people maximum including residents, visitors and children.
  • Weddings: 1 person per 4 square metres or 100 people (whichever is greater) or 100% capacity with ticketed and allocated seating, limited to 20 people dancing at any one time.
  • Funerals: 1 person per 4 square metres or 100 people (whichever is greater) or 100% capacity with ticketed and allocated seating.

Rest of Queensland

  • If you have been in South East Queensland in the last 14 days you must carry a mask and wear it whenever you are outside the house (excluding vigorous exercise or when seated).

Current restrictions for all of Queensland

  • All indoor settings: 1 person per 2 square metres, or 100 per cent capacity with ticketed and allocated seating
  • Private gatherings: limited to a maximum of 100 people
  • Indoor wedding ceremonies and funerals: 1 person per 2 square metres or 200 people (whichever is greater) or 100 per cent capacity with ticketed and allocated seating.

Queenslanders are being asked, regardless of where they have been, to get tested immediately if they have COVID-19 symptoms. See where to get tested.


Confused about what you can and can't do regarding government restrictions? Click here for clear and up-to-date information about:

  • Good hygiene 
  • Social distancing 
  • Public gatherings 
  • Self-isolation 

COVIDSafe app has been developed by the Australian Government Department of Health to help keep the community safe from coronavirus (COVID-19). Together, let’s help stop the spread and keep ourselves and each other healthy. You can get it:

Google Play

Apple App Store

The Australian Government has lauched the 'Coronavirus Australia' app that is a trusted source for news, information and advice. You can get it:

Google Play

Apple App Store

To make it eaiser for when you're out and about, please download the Check In QLD app. 

Google Play

Apple App Store


A message from Anne Schmidt, Flinders Medical Centre:

“It’s extremely important you make contact by ringing any health facility before arriving."

North West COVID-19 hotline - 47 44 4000 (8am - 8pm)

After hours hotline - 13 43 25 84 


General Advice

Queensland Health Information - current health status and advice for Queenslanders

Advice for travellers - restrictions for overseas travel

Great video on how to protect from Coronavirus - renowned doctor shares essential facts

Coronavirus health resources - a collection of resources for the general public and industry 

Coronavirus information for employers - information for employers 


We can all do our part to beat the spead of this virus. Below are some simple steps you can take today. 

gfhkjfckg

 

gyhjgjhl

 

bj.bj.

 

ghcmmhg