*Update 8 October 2021*

From 4pm today, Friday 8 October, the Queensland Government is relaxing restrictions for the Brisbane, Gold Coast, Moreton Bay, Logan, and Townsville areas to be in line with the rest of Queensland. 

 

Face masks

Queensland

In the Local Government Areas of Brisbane, Moreton Bay, and Gold Coast, Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Logan, Redlands, Scenic Rim, Lockyer Valley, Somerset and Townsville masks must be worn indoors at all times, unless you can maintain a social distance of 1.5m.

Regardless of whether you are indoors or outdoors, ALL Queenslanders must carry a mask on them at all times.

More information on mask wearing can be found here.

 

New South Wales

You must wear a face mask at indoor non-residential premises and while using public transport, hire vehicles, taxis and rideshare services in NSW.

 

New South Wales border closure

From 1am, Friday 23 July, all of New South Wales will be considered a COVID hotspot, meaning persons travelling from or through New South Wales will be restricted from entering Queensland and/or subject to quarantine.

At this time, travel for essential work and essential purposes, between Queensland and some Local Government Areas in the New South Wales border zone is allowed. If you live in this region, please familiarise yourself with your personal responsibilities regarding travel passes and declarations.

 

Known locations & personal health

As more cases are announced, Queensland Health is continually updating the list of visited locations by confirmed cases. Please regularly check this page as updates are happening every day. If you have visited one of these locations, we recommend speaking to 13 HEALTH for directions. And as always, if you are sick please get tested and let us know.

We encourage you to stay up-to-date with official health updates in both Queensland and New South Wales. If you are feeling unwell please stay home and immediately get tested.

 

My COVID-19 Plan

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.