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COVID Restrictions eased in Queensland

COVID Restrictions eased in Queensland

2021-04-15

  • Gatherings:
    • 100 people at homes.
    • No limit in outdoor public spaces.
  • Managed campgrounds, camping and caravan parks: can operate at full occupancy.
  • Indoor premises:
    • One person per 2 sqm (e.g. restaurants, cafés, pubs, clubs, museums, art galleries, places of worship, convention centres and Parliament House), including standing, eating and drinking.
    • Indoor play areas and unattended retail (such as children’s rides) within a premises can open with a COVID Safe Checklist.
    • No restrictions on visitors to hospitals, aged care and disability centres.
  • Wedding ceremonies:
    • Up to 200 people or one person per 2 sqm or 100% allocated seated and ticketed capacity (whichever is greater)
    • All guests can dance (indoors and outdoors) subject to the one person per 2 sqm rule.
  • Funerals: Up to 200 people or one person per 2 sqm or 100% allocated seated and ticketed capacity (whichever is greater).
  • Indoor events: 500 people with a COVID Safe Event Checklist. Larger events require a COVID Safe Plan.
  • Ticketed venues: 100% capacity at allocated seated, ticketed venues with patrons encouraged to wear masks on entry and exit (e.g. theatre, live music, cinemas, indoor sports, universities and other higher education institutions). 
  • Dancing: Dancing is allowed in all indoor and outdoor venues subject to the one person per 2 sqm rule.
  • Outdoor dance festivals and music festivals: Fewer than 500 people per day without a COVID Safe Checklist, no requirement to collect contact details. Events with between 500 and 1499 people with a COVID Safe Event Checklist. Larger events require a COVID Safe Event Plan.
  • Outdoor events: Fetes, fun runs and other outdoor only events do not need a COVID Safe Event Checklist or Event Plan.
  • Open air stadiums: 100% allocated seated and ticketed capacity (with a COVID Safe Plan). All patrons encouraged to wear masks on entry and exit.

Masks

You must wear your mask when at an airport or on a domestic or international flight departing or arriving in Queensland.

While not mandatory, you are encouraged to:

  • carry a mask with you at all times when you leave home
  • wear a mask when travelling on public transport, in a taxi or ride share or in shopping centres
  • wear a mask in any indoor or outdoor space when physical distancing is not possible.

Roadmap to easing restrictions


Contact Us


  • Sinhala Association of Queensland Inc.
    P. O. Box 6021
    Upper MT Gravatt, QLD 4122
    info@queenslandsinhala.org

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