There have been no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Queensland since Sunday.
Queensland has recorded six new confirmed cases of COVID-19 since Thursday, raising the State total to 1007.
Australian researchers have achieved the first step in developing an early warning surveillance system to track the prevalence of COVID-19 in the community by testing raw sewage.
More than 1000 people have now tested positive to COVID-19 in Queensland, official figures released by Queensland Health on Wednesday show.
RACQ LifeFlight helicopters have recently been modified to protect pilots, doctors, nurses and paramedics from the threat of COVID-19 during emergency flights
An Australian-based company has announced it will begin Phase I testing of a possible COVID-19 vaccine in Brisbane and Melbourne within weeks.
Queensland has had just five new cases of COVID-19 confirmed since Tuesday, however one of these is in the Darling Downs Health region.
The two confirmed COVID-19 cases in Kingaroy have now both officially recovered.
Drivers aged 75 and over will no longer have to visit their doctor or optometrist for a medical certificate to keep their licences – at least until the COVID-19 crisis ends.
The Queensland Government has published a list of COVID-19 “hotspots” in NSW for which special restrictions now apply to travellers.
New travel rules being implemented in Queensland target residents returning home from interstate.
Specialist doctors have visited Kingaroy Hospital as part of an emergency medicine training program by Darling Downs Health targeting COVID-19.
Darling Downs Health’s drive-through COVID-19 testing clinic, set up at the Baillie Henderson Hospital campus in Toowoomba, has updated its opening hours during weekends and public holidays.
South Burnett Regional Council has released two videos that provide some basic information about food safety for businesses diversifying during the COVID-19 crisis.
Nineteen people have recovered from COVID-19 in the Darling Downs Health region, the latest figures released by Queensland Health reveal.
Queenslanders are again being warned to stay at home this Easter with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk urging people to do the right thing and “stay in their suburb”.
People are now banned from travelling to three Queensland islands popular with holidaymakers as part of COVID-19 restrictions.
Thinking of taking a leisurely day trip exploring the countryside over Easter? Don’t. The reality is you could be fined …
Queensland Health has recorded 13 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 since Monday, raising the State total to 934, but there is good news locally with no new cases recorded in the Darling Downs Health region.
Queensland has had 48 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 since Friday, taking the State’s total to 921.