COVID-19

35 Cases Linked To Cherbourg

35 Cases Linked To Cherbourg

There are now 35 confirmed COVID-19 cases linked to the Cherbourg outbreak, including 25 people who live in the community.

COVID Takes Off Across Region

COVID Takes Off Across Region

Thirteen new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed on Friday in the South Burnett council area – in Kingaroy, Nanango and Murgon.

Dozen Cases In Cherbourg

Dozen Cases In Cherbourg

Mayor Elvie Sandow has urged residents to stay away from big gatherings as Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council confirms there are now at least 12 COVID-19 cases in the community.

South Burnett ‘Leans Forward’

South Burnett ‘Leans Forward’

The South Burnett Local Disaster Management Group moved to “Lean Forward” status on Thursday in response to the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the region.

Four More Local Cases

Four More Local Cases

Four more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the local area – three more in Cherbourg and one in the South Burnett Regional Council area.

COVID Case In Cherbourg

COVID Case In Cherbourg

Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council confirmed on Wednesday afternoon (Dec 29) that a positive case of COVID-19 has been identified in the Cherbourg community.

Quarantine Rules To Ease

Quarantine Rules To Ease

COVID-19 quarantine rules will ease in Queensland from 1:00am on Wednesday for fully vaccinated people who have come into “close contact” with a positive case.

Cherbourg ‘Leans Forward’

Cherbourg ‘Leans Forward’

Cherbourg Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) met on Tuesday in response to the growing number of COVID cases now occurring in Queensland and have now moved to a “Lean Forward” position.

First Units Completed At Wellcamp

First Units Completed At Wellcamp

The first stage of the State Government’s new regional quarantine facility at Wellcamp Airport has been completed and is almost ready to take the first arrivals in 2022.

Woman Charged With Biting Police

Woman Charged With Biting Police

A 48-year-old Brooklands woman is facing a string of charges over an alleged incident at a Nanango retail outlet on Sunday afternoon.

Vax Rules Blamed For Slump

Vax Rules Blamed For Slump

Santa Claus turned up at the Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night, but unfortunately for organisers many regular speedway fans did not.

Man Fined After Vax Abuse At Pub

Man Fined After Vax Abuse At Pub

Authorities have generally been pleased with public compliance to the health directives which came into force on Friday and Saturday, but there have been exceptions – including in Murgon.

Positive Case Linked To Hospital

Positive Case Linked To Hospital

Thirty-one new cases of COVID-19 in Queensland were announced by the State Government on Saturday morning along with a string of new contact tracing locations.

Alerts Issued For Dalby, Toowoomba

Alerts Issued For Dalby, Toowoomba

Queensland Health issued public health alerts on Friday for new contact tracing locations at multiple locations across Queensland, including Dalby, Toowoomba and Ipswich.

Shoppers Must Wear Masks

Shoppers Must Wear Masks

Queenslanders must wear masks in certain settings from 1:00am on Saturday (December 18) to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections.

22 New COVID Cases In Qld

22 New COVID Cases In Qld

There were 22 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Queensland on Thursday, including 18 people who have been infectious in the community.

‘Be Kind At Check In Time’

‘Be Kind At Check In Time’

The State Government has appealed to disgruntled residents to show respect for workers when the Proof Of Vaccination changes come into force on Friday.

Ten New COVID Cases In Qld

Ten New COVID Cases In Qld

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced on Monday there were 10 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the State, but only one was locally acquired.

Six New Cases On Coast

Six New Cases On Coast

Queensland Health has issued an alert for new COVID-19 tracing locations on the Gold Coast after confirmation of six new cases who have been infectious in the community.