COVID-19 restrictions in the South Burnett have been relaxed back to the level which existed prior to the recent Toowoomba scare.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the cancellation of another traditional South Burnett event … the annual Salvation Army Christmas Day community lunch in Kingaroy.
The Cherbourg and South Burnett mayors joined forces on Monday morning to urge caution before any easing of Queensland’s COVID-19 border restrictions.
Health Minister Dr Steven Miles has warned that the COVID-19 pandemic has not peaked globally – despite there being no new cases to report in Queensland for the second day in a row.
There are now 31 active cases of COVID-19 in Queensland following the confirmation of three new cases on Saturday and two on Friday.
Police have reminded Queenslanders planning on travelling interstate about the border restrictions in place for returning travellers.
There were no new cases of COVID-19 reported in Queensland on Thursday however Queensland Health released an updated list of contact tracing alerts.
Eight new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Queensland on Wednesday – the largest daily number since the latest cluster began in mid-August.
South Burnett Regional Council has advised that its community halls are available for hire but there are restrictions in line with current Public Health Directions.
Queensland boarding school students who live in either NSW or the ACT have won the right to go home for the Christmas holidays, but it comes with strict conditions.
COVID-19 smashed plans for the Blackbutt Avocado Festival and has now put an end to the “Top Of The Blackbutt Range Bazaar” which was to have run in its place.
Two new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Queensland on Monday, taking the number of active cases in the State to 27.
Two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Queensland on Sunday, including a 32-year-old nurse at Ipswich Hospital.
Queensland Health reported one new case of COVID-19 on Saturday, a woman aged in her 60s living on Russell Island.
More than 900 patients from NSW have been treated in Queensland hospitals every week during the pandemic.
Two new cases of COVID-19 in Queensland were confirmed by Health Minister Dr Steven Miles on Thursday morning.
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Two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland were announced on Wednesday.
Three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Queensland on Tuesday but only two of the people were infected locally.
COVID-19 restrictions introduced on Monday will not see the Cherbourg community go into lockdown again, but visitors from pandemic hot spots are not being encouraged.