*Update 22 January 2020*
The Queensland Government has continued to ease restrictions for Greater Brisbane.
You are strongly encouraged to continue to carry a face mask with you at all times, to provide added protection if you are in a situation where you cannot maintain social distancing.
Face masks remain mandatory in the following situations:
- at Queensland airports (indoor and outdoor areas)
- during a domestic commercial flight
- if you are arriving to Queensland from overseas or from a COVID-19 hotspot, you must wear a face mask while travelling from the airport until you reach your allocated room in your quarantine accommodation
- if you are a driver of a bus, coach service, taxi or rideshare transporting a person required to quarantine.
The Queenslanders with Disability Network, in association with the Australian and Queensland Governments, and University of Sydney, have released My COVID-19 Plan to help you think about and write down what you would need and want if you were directly impacted by COVID-19.