The COVID-19 virus will be circulating in the South Burnett and Cherbourg by early January – or maybe even before Christmas.
Four South Burnett high schools will be opening on Saturday to enable people to receive last-minute COVID-19 vaccinations.
Cherbourg Mayor Elvie Sandow and fellow councillors have almost begged residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to stop the community going back into lockdown.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk released a plan on Monday to chart Queensland’s gradual reopening to the world, once Statewide vaccination targets are met.
Queensland Health will declare all southern Tasmania a COVID-19 hotspot after that State entered a three-day lockdown.
Darling Downs Health is reminding South Burnett residents there is a COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine running at Kingaroy Showgrounds this week.
Six more NSW council areas will be added to Queensland’s non-restricted border zone from 1:00am on Wednesday (October 12).
A free, pop-up vaccination clinic will be running this weekend at Kingaroy’s Bunnings store.
The first concrete was poured on Friday for the new quarantine centre being built near Wellcamp Airport.
Queensland’s success in controlling another incursion from Delta has led to a relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions in south-east Queensland and Townsville.
A COVID-19 Pfizer vaccination clinic will be held at Cherbourg Hospital’s outpatient department next week.
Free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered next week by Darling Downs Health at the Kingaroy Showgrounds.
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COVID-19 restrictions have been tightened again in six Queensland council areas: Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Moreton Bay, Logan, Townsville and Palm Island.
A public health alert has been issued for new locations in the Brisbane CBD, Cannon Hill, Carindale, Camp Hill and Hamilton following a confirmed case of COVID-19 in Brisbane.
A COVID-19 public health alert has been issued for more locations in Brisbane following the confirmation on Tuesday morning of four new cases of community transmission of the virus.
Queensland is reinstating border restrictions for the NSW shires of Byron and Tweed.
Queensland has reinstated border restrictions with the City of Lismore following the decision by the NSW Government to introduce stay-at-home orders in that council area.
Queensland Health has added new locations at Upper Mount Gravatt, Sunnybank and Sunnybank Hills to its current COVID-19 contact tracing lists.
Queensland Health has issued a public alert for contact tracing locations in Sunnybank and Sunnybank Hills.