Due to the recent growing cluster of Covid-19 in the Greater Brisbane area.
The Qld Premier has recently announced a strict 3 day lockdown period beginning 5pm Monday 29th of March.Anyone who has been in Greater Brisbane since Saturday, March 20 and has any symptoms of COVID-19 is urged to get tested.
Within this period all Greater Brisbane residents must wear masks outside the home and can only leave home for one of four reasons:
- Buying essentials such as groceries or medications
- Work or study if you’re unable to do this from home
- To exercise in your local area
- To seek healthcare, or to provide help, care or supportCafes and restaurants will be open for takeaway service only.
Schools in locked-down areas will remain open for children of essential workers.
For the rest of Queensland, masks should be worn while indoors except at home.
Aged care, correctional centres, hospitals and disability service providers will be closed to visitors across the state.
If you have been inside the Greater Brisbane area from March 20, it is recommended not to travel outside of Greater Brisbane during the lockdown period.
There are no guarantees that traveling within and outside of Greater Brisbane will resume as normal once the lockdown has been completed. Unfortunately, be prepared for them to be upended at a moment’s notice.
If you are experiencing any symptoms of illness it is recommended to get tested.