June 10, 2021
Queensland has recorded one new case of COVID-19 in the community, with contact tracing and testing underway after a Melbourne woman tested positive.
Queensland Health is issuing a contact tracing alert for parts of Sunshine Coast, Goondiwindi and Toowoomba regions, in relation to this new case.
New contact tracing locations exist in the following Queensland suburbs:
Contact tracing alerts are also in place, for some parts of NSW.
Click here for a full list of locations and advice on what to do if you’ve been to a venue. (This page will be progressively updated as new locations are released.)
The Local Government Areas that make up Greater Melbourne are still declared a COVID-19 hotspot.
The Local Government Areas in Victoria that are not in Greater Melbourne have been removed as hotspots.
You can find the full details of the current restrictions on the Queensland Health website.
Contact tracing alerts are current for people who have visited a number of locations across Victoria in the last 14 days.
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.
If you are looking for information about the COVID-19 vaccine please see our COVID-19 vaccine page for more information.
We can all play our part in reducing the risk of COVID-19 in our community.
Gold Coast residents and visitors should continue to:
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