After recording no cases of community transmission in the past three days, the Premier this morning announced that the 3-day Greater Brisbane lockdown will ease from 6pm tonight and move to a 10-day period of eased restrictions until 1am Friday 22 January.
The eased restrictions still require those in the Greater Brisbane Local Government Areas of Brisbane, Logan, Redbank, Ipswich and Moreton to wear masks when indoors (except in your home) and it is recommended that masks are worn when outdoors when social distancing is not possible.
The requirement to wear masks will also continue to apply to anyone who has been in the Greater Brisbane area from 2 January onwards and has then moved around the state. Masks are not required at indoor workplaces if you can socially distance. However, where social distancing is not possible, masks are required.
It is positive that today’s announcement means that travel across Queensland is once again unrestricted. Further advice will be provided to tourism operators as it is received to help clarify how to communicate to any guests who have been to the Greater Brisbane area.
The Premier also announced this morning that the fourth cricket test with India will also proceed from Friday at The Gabba in Brisbane at 50% capacity.
If you have any COVID-19 symptoms at all, please get tested immediately and quarantine at home until you receive a negative result.
The full list of the restrictions that are currently being updated will be published HERE and the updated Roadmap can be viewed below.