Queensland Health has issued new contact tracing alerts for COVID-19 in Queensland including the Gold Coast. There are also alerts in place for people who have been to New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.
For a full list of locations and advice on what to do if you’ve been to a venue, visit the Queensland Health website.
Queenslanders are being asked to regularly monitor the list of exposure venues, as information is frequently updated.
From 6am AEST Friday 23 July until 6am AEST Friday 30 July:
Until 5.59am AEST Friday 23 July:
Restrictions for South East Queensland will continue to apply including face masks, gathering restrictions, and visitor restrictions for vulnerable person facilities (hospitals, aged care and disability centres).
Anyone who has visited these areas, must follow the public health advice.
Queensland Travel Declaration
The updated Restrictions on Businesses, Activities and Undertakings. (Direction No. 20) now includes advice about the Check In Qld app, which is mandatory for a large number of new businesses, to collect contact information.
Anyone on the Gold Coast who has symptoms of COVID-19, even if they are mild, should get tested. There are a number of local testing facilities available. Symptoms include: fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, fatigue, loss of smell and/or taste, diarrhoea, vomiting or nausea.
You can search for other Queensland testing locations on the Queensland Health Website.
We can all play our part in reducing the risk of COVID-19 in our community.
Gold Coast residents and visitors should continue to:
There’s a range of financial support and services available during COVID-19.