Adelaide has been declared a COVID-19 “hotspot” by the Queensland Government following the confirmation of a novel coronavirus outbreak in South Australia.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a further easing of restrictions as Queensland continues its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
An improved border pass system to streamline entering Queensland will be introduced on Tuesday (November 10).
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced on Friday that more NSW residents will be allowed to enter Queensland from 1:00am on Tuesday, November 3.
Health authorities fear there could be undetected COVID-19 cases in the Ipswich area after viral fragments were found in a wastewater treatment plant.
Queenslanders who are self-isolating or in quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic can now access support with a $1500 Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment.
Queensland Health expanded its public health alert on Thursday after a Townsville woman tested positive to COVID-19 earlier this week in Melbourne.
CSIRO researchers have shared some good news about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Queensland’s COVID-19 restrictions will ease further during November and December … provided there are no cases of “unlinked” community transmission of the disease.
It’s now official … the Wondai Christmas Carnival won’t be going ahead in Coronation Park on Christmas Eve, and a suggested alternative location of Wondai Showgrounds has been ruled out, too.
Queensland border restrictions eased on Thursday, allowing all Queensland residents to travel to the defined NSW border zone and return into Queensland.
COVID-19 restrictions eased for residents in Somerset Regional Council area at 1:00am on Friday.
Australia Post has announced an extension of its Pharmacy Home Delivery Service for a further six months.
Queensland will be opening its borders to five more NSW local council areas from 1:00am on October 1.
Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young has extended the class exemption for farmers and agribusiness workers who need to move between Queensland and NSW to perform essential agribusiness services or farming activities, such as tending to livestock or crops.
Follow-up testing has proved negative after an earlier test found low-level viral fragments of COVID-19 in sewage at a Hervey Bay wastewater treatment plant.
Low-level traces of the virus which causes COVID-19 have been detected in sewage at a Hervey Bay wastewater treatment plant.
The National Rural Health Alliance, the peak body for rural health in Australia, has welcomed the Federal Government’s expansion of Medicare rebates for telehealth consultations until March 31 next year.
The State Government moratorium on evictions for commercial leaseholders has been extended to the end of 2020.
One new confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported in Queensland on Thursday – a healthcare worker linked to the Ipswich Hospital cluster.