Adults aged over 65 – and people at the highest risk – will soon be eligible to receive a fourth COVID-19 vaccination.
One more person has died with COVID-19 in the Darling Downs Health region, taking the toll since the pandemic began to 20.
Twelve more deaths were added to Queensland’s COVID-19 tally during the past three days, including one in the Darling Downs Health Region.
Thirteen more deaths were added to Queensland’s COVID-19 tally during the latest reporting period, including one in the Darling Downs Health Region.
More opportunities for South Burnett residents to receive their first, second or booster COVID-19 vaccinations are coming up soon in Kingaroy and Murgon.
Ten more deaths were added to Queensland’s COVID-19 tally during the latest reporting period, including one in the Darling Downs Health Region.
There have been almost 550,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland since the pandemic began in early 2020.
Masks will no longer have to be worn in most situations in Queensland from 6:00pm next Friday (March 4).
The South Burnett’s official COVID-19 tally of confirmed cases since the pandemic began has broken the 800 barrier.
Commissioner Greg Leach confirmed on Wednesday Queensland Fire and Emergency Services paid staff will not have to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
More than 1000 people in the South Burnett and Cherbourg areas have officially contracted COVID-19 since the Queensland borders re-opened on December 13.
LNP Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has praised the behaviour of anti-vaccination mandate protesters during the recent “Convoy to Canberra”.
The suspension of school camps until at least March 4 is having a devastating effect on an often overlooked industry sector, the LNP has warned.
Wondai residents have been reminded by Darling Downs Health that a COVID-19 vaccination clinic is running this week at Wondai Hospital.
Corrective Services Commissioner Paul Stewart has praised prison staff who have been dealing with heightened tensions in Queensland jails due to COVID-19 restrictions while at the same working hard to mitigate health risks.
The Darling Downs Health region – which includes all the South Burnett and Cherbourg – is yet to reach its peak of the latest COVID-19 wave.
Darling Downs Health has announced a change to the COVID-19 testing hours at Kingaroy Hospital.
Queenslanders no longer have to use the COVID-19 check-in app, except where mandatory vaccinations are required.
The South Burnett’s official COVID-19 tally of confirmed cases since the pandemic began has now broken the 700 barrier.
The COVID pandemic has led to another burst of major event postponements or cancellations.