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COVID Updates

COVID-19 Updates can be found here at the Queensland Government website.

Changes to quarantine requirement for close contacts

From 6pmAEST Thursday 28 April 2022, there are no quarantine requirements for close contacts as long as they:

You are a close contact if you have been with a person that has COVID-19or you've spent more than 4 hours with a person who has COVID-19 in a house or other accommodation (such as an apartment, shared accommodation, residential aged care facility or hospital).

You are not a close contact if you have been in a separate part of the house or accommodation with your own entry, and you have not had contact with the diagnosed person or used any shared or common areas they've been in for more than four hours.

If you are a close contact, you must for the next 7 days:

  • wear a face mask outside of home, including outdoors if you can't socially distance from people other than members of your household
  • don't visit these vulnerable and high-risk settings except for exceptional or compassionate circumstances such as end of life visits (but you can go to these places if you are getting care or if you work there and meet requirements):
    • an aged care facility
    • a disability care setting
    • a healthcare facility like a GP or a hospital (unless you are getting urgent medical care for yourself)
    • a correctional facility (e.g. prison) or detention centre.
  • follow the Guidelines for Close Contacts.

A person who has had COVID-19 in the past 12 weeks but is a cleared case is exempt from the requirements of a close contact but should follow the guidelines.

Children under 12 do not have to but are encouraged to wear a face mask where safe. Face masks, including surgical masks, are not considered safe for children under 2.

You don't have to wear a face mask if you are a person who has a physical or mental health condition which makes wearing one unsuitable.

If you test positive

If you test positive, follow the first steps if you have COVID-19.

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