Queensland has recorded one new confirmed case of COVID-19 since Sunday – a close associate of a previous case linked to the Brisbane Youth Detention Centre at Wacol.
Two more people – including a male child – have tested positive to the COVID-19 virus linked to the Brisbane Youth Detention Centre cluster at Wacol.
New COVID-19 restrictions have been imposed immediately in eight council areas in south-east Queensland following the confirmation of community transmission in the Ipswich area.
Police are warning Queenslanders planning on travelling to NSW to ensure they are aware of border restrictions or risk having to go into quarantine.
Cherbourg Council has issued an alert to residents in the wake of Thursday’s confirmed COVID-19 case at Ipswich.
A woman who works at the Wacol Youth Detention Centre has tested posted to the COVID-19 virus.
Queensland Health has issued a public health alert in regards to a confirmed COVID-19 case.
The Kingaroy Christmas Carnival is the latest victim of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The couple arrested in Nanango on August 4 after allegedly lying on their Queensland border declarations were in town to “house sit”, it has been revealed.
Queensland Health has announced three new COVID-19 cases in the State but none are currently considered to be a risk to the community.
Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has criticised the “arbitrary” nature of COVID-19 border closures, saying State Premiers should be working more closely with border communities.
A 25-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly escaped mandatory hotel quarantine as part of COVID-19 border restrictions in Toowoomba.
Police are searching for a man who breached mandatory hotel quarantine in Toowoomba.
Doctors are again warning Australians not to seek out or use hydroxychloroquine to “cure” or “prevent” COVID-19.
South Regional Council has urged local residents to “be alert, not alarmed” when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has slammed the actions of two people arrested in Nanango on Tuesday after allegedly lying on their border declaration forms.
Two people arrested in Nanango will face charges after allegedly lying on their border entry passes.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced Queensland will ensure consular and diplomatic staff returning from overseas or from interstate hotspots will go into hotel quarantine.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has confirmed the man currently in home quarantine in Toowoomba was not a consular official.
The Darling Downs Health Service reported one new confirmed case of COVID-19 at the weekend, taking the Queensland total since the pandemic began to 1085.