Can you enter Queensland if you have been in Victoria for 14 days?

Can you enter Queensland if you have been in Victoria for 14 days?

If you have been in Victoria in the last 14 days or since the start date identified for the hotspot (whichever is shorter), you won’t be allowed to enter Queensland unless you are a Queensland resident — except for a narrow range of people who can enter for essential purposes.

When do you have to quarantine someone in Queensland?

Anyone entering Queensland — including residents — must quarantine if in the past 14 days they’ve: You cannot allow anyone to enter the premises where you are quarantining, unless they are: directed to enter by an emergency officer for an emergency and their contact details are recorded.

When do you no longer have to stay at home in Queensland?

If you arrived in Queensland after 1am AEST Thursday 27 May and before 12.59am AEST Friday 28 May and have been in Greater Melbourne, you no longer have to follow the stay at home requirements. If you have been to an interstate exposure venue (during the risk period for that venue) in the last 14 days, you must:

How to contact Queensland Health on covid-19 restriction?

A pop-up window will appear with specific advice for that location and a link to the form. If you are unable to complete the contact tracing form please call 134 COVID ( 134 268 ). After you complete the contact tracing self-assessment you will be contacted by Queensland Health.

What to do if you are already in Queensland?

If you are already in Queensland when an interstate exposure venue is declared, you must: call 13 HEALTH ( 13 43 25 84 ). immediately travel by private transport directly to your home or accommodation and quarantine until you receive instructions from Queensland Health.

Where are the best beach holidays in Queensland?

11 Beach Holidays in Queensland for Fun in the Sun 1 Surfers Paradise 2 Caloundra 3 Noosa 4 Airlie Beach 5 Mackay 6 Rainbow Beach 7 Fraser Island 8 Lady Elliot Island 9 Moreton Island 10 Cairns

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