A new study has found that Wondai residents would be at the greatest risk of suffering severe symptoms if the South Burnett had an explosion of COVID-19 cases.
No further cases of COVID-19 have been recorded at a Rockhampton aged care facility where a nurse tested positive to the disease during the past 24 hours.
Toowoomba Regional Council is reopening playgrounds, skate parks, outdoor gyms and barbecue areas from Saturday – but gathering restrictions will apply.
Darling Downs Health has taken the opportunity of International Nurses Day (May 12) to highlight the importance of nurses and midwives, especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic
Six cases have been added to Qld’s COVID-19 tally but there has actually been no new cases reported
Some COVID-19 visiting restrictions have been eased in Queensland, just in time for Mother’s Day this weekend
The Liberal National Party has released a four-stage plan which it says will re-open the Queensland economy and provide certainty for businesses.
The Australian Indigenous Doctors Association has joined the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander legal Services in supporting a call to release Indigenous prisoners due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are no known active cases of COVID-19 in the Darling Downs Health area following the recovery of the 42nd confirmed patient in the region at the weekend.
Queensland has had one new confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, taking the State total since the pandemic began to 1034.
Bjelke-Petersen and Boondooma Dam recreation areas will re-open for day use this weekend.
The LNP is calling for the State Government to show some common sense and re-think its new restriction on Queenslanders travelling more than 50km from their home
Queensland’s COVID-19 tally has risen by seven since Friday, with three new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours.
People who deliberately cough, sneeze or spit on public officials and workers – including shop assistants – could be fined up to $13,345 under a new COVID-19 Public Health Direction.
Some “stay-at-home” COVID-19 precautions in Queensland are set to ease slightly from next Friday (May 1).
Queensland Health has expanded the testing criteria for COVID-19 so that anyone in the State who has a fever – or a history of fever – or acute respiratory symptoms can get tested.
A statewide blitz to enforce coronavirus quarantine orders has highlighted that most Queenslanders are complying.
Queensland’s COVID-19 tally of confirmed cases rose by two overnight, taking the State’s total to 1026 since the pandemic began.
Queensland Health has unveiled a new web page which provides COVID-19 data sorted by Council area as well as Health Region.
Queensland Health reported six new cases on COVID-19 on Tuesday, taking the State total to 1024.