Toowoomba Hospital and QEII Hospital in Brisbane will become Queensland’s latest AstraZeneca vaccination hubs this week.
Queensland will remove New Zealand as a “safe travel country” from Wednesday night (February 24).
The Queensland rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine officially began on Monday with a nurse receiving an injection of the Pfizer vaccine at the Gold Coast University Hospital.
Queensland will close its border to residents from Greater Melbourne from 1:00am on Saturday.
Queensland will be reinstating border passes for travellers from Victoria from Saturday (February 13).
Charges against a couple arrested in Nanango on August 4 last year after they allegedly breached Queensland’s COVID-19 border restrictions have been dropped.
Queensland Health is continuing to monitor the situation in NSW and Victoria regarding their most recent confirmed cases of COVID-19.
More details about a proposed quarantine facility for returning travellers to be built near Wellcamp Airport have been aired by Wagner Corporation chair John Wagner.
Anyone who has visited the Greater Melbourne area from January 29 has been urged to come forward and get tested for COVID-19.
Queensland Health has declared Perth and some surrounding areas a COVID-19 hotspot.
Six hospitals across Queensland will serve as the distribution hubs for the rollout of the Pfizer vaccine when it becomes available.
Queensland will reopen to all of NSW at 1:00am on Monday (February 1).
Fragments of COVID-19 have been detected in sewage at seven more sites in Queensland.
COVID-19 restrictions in the Greater Brisbane area – introduced after a hotel cleaner tested positive to a highly contagious strain of coronavirus – eased at 1:00am on Friday.
More locations have been added to Queensland Health’s contact tracing list after confirmation the partner of a quarantine hotel cleaner has now also tested positive.
The Greater Brisbane area’s strict lockdown ended at 6:00pm on Monday, but some restrictions will remain in place for another 10 days.
Anyone in the South Burnett who has visited the Greater Brisbane area – even for a medical appointment – since January 2 should self-isolate from 6:00pm on Friday, Mayor Brett Otto has warned.
A snap three-day lockdown of the Greater Brisbane area was announced by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Friday morning.
A public health alert has been issued for locations across Brisbane following the confirmation that a quarantine hotel worker has tested positive to COVID-19.
Visitors are still allowed at all Queensland hospitals – as long as they have not been in a declared COVID-19 hotpot within the previous 14 days.