List of Gold Coast COVID alert locations

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The Gold Coast locations announced on a list of contact tracing alerts from the Queensland Government, venues will be separated into three categories and contain advice for those individuals based on the category of the venue.

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The following restrictions are in place for South East Queensland

4:00pm Sunday 27 August 2021, From 4pm Friday 27 August, restrictions have eased in the 11 local government areas in South East Queensland (Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan City, Moreton Bay, Redlands, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Noosa, Somerset, Lockyer Valley and Scenic Rim).

Movement and gatherings

  • Up to 100 people can gather in homes. No limit for people gathering in public spaces.
  • Indoor funerals and wedding ceremonies: One person per 2m2 or 200 people or 100% allocated seated and ticketed capacity (whichever is the greater).
    • All wedding guests can dance (indoors and outdoors) subject to the one person per 2m2 rule.
  • Indoor premises: One person per 2m2 or 100% allocated seated and ticketed capacity (e.g. restaurants, cafés, pubs, clubs, museums, art galleries, places of worship and convention centres) with the COVID Safe Checklist.
    • Eating or drinking while standing allowed.
    • One person per 2m2 for short-term accommodation (including hostels, B&Bs and short-term rentals) with the COVID Safe Checklist. Density requirements do not apply in sleeping areas.
    • One person per 2m2 at indoor play areas with the COVID Safe Checklist.
  • Self-service food: No restrictions.

Stadiums and indoor and outdoor events

  • 100% allocated seated and ticketed for stadiums
    • Patrons must wear a mask at all times, including when seated.
    • Patrons must be seated to eat and drink. Masks can be removed when eating or drinking.
  • 100% allocated seated and ticketed capacity for indoor events or 1 person per 2m2 indoors.
  • No restrictions on outdoor events, however you are encouraged to wear a mask when you are unable to physically distance.
  • Ticketed venues: 100% capacity with allocated seating (e.g. theatre, live music, cinemas, indoor sports, universities and other higher education institutions).
  • Community sport: No restrictions.

Masks

Masks must be worn when at stadiums, at an airport, and on a domestic or international flight departing or arriving in Queensland.

South East Queensland—You must carry a face mask with you at all times when you leave home, unless you have a lawful reason not to.

  • Public Transport and ride share: must wear a mask including while waiting for the transport in a public space such as a bus stop, taxi rank or train station.
  • Outdoors: you must wear a mask when unable to stay 1.5m apart from people who are not part of your household. I
  • Indoors: you must wear a mask in indoor spaces (including workplaces, but not your own home) unless it is unsafe or you can stay 1.5m apart from other people. This includes cafes, restaurants, pubs etc. unless eating or drinking, seated or standing.
  • Schools: Masks must be worn by teachers and staff (all schools), plus students in high school.

Rest of Queensland—Everyone is encouraged to carry and wear a mask when physically distancing is not possible.

The Border is Closed with only Emergency Essential Workers Allowed, and anyone who has been in the NSW Lockdown Border Zones must abide by those restrictions including Byron, Lismore, Ballina Areas.


Close Contact Venues

If you have been to this location in Queensland at the relevant times you must do the following:

  1. immediately travel by private transport directly to your home or accommodation and quarantine
  2. get tested at your earliest opportunity
  3. complete the online contact tracing form by heading to QLD Government site at bottom of page and click on the name for the relevant location in the table below. A pop up window will appear with specific advice for that location and a link to the form.
    If you are unable to complete the contact tracing form please call 134 COVID (134 268).
  4. continue to quarantine even after receiving a negative result. After you complete the contact tracing form you will be contacted by Queensland Health.

If you are no longer in Queensland please check with the relevant state health department for health advice and requirements.

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Locations Updated – Thursday 2nd of September at 13:37

Casual Contact Venues

If you have been to any of the below locations at the relevant times you must do the following:

  1. immediately travel by private transport directly to your home or accommodation and quarantine
  2. get tested at your earliest opportunity
  3. continue to quarantine until you receive a negative result
  4. enter your details into the contact tracing form  by heading to QLD Government site at bottom of page and clicking on the name for the relevant location in the table below. You will not be contacted by Queensland Health unless additional information about the exposure changes the risk level
  5. continue to monitor for symptoms, if you become symptomatic get tested and isolate until you receive a negative result.

If you are no longer in Queensland please check with the relevant state health department for health advice and requirements.

Date / TimePlace
Locations Updated – Thursday 2nd of September at 13:37

Low Risk Contact Venues

If you have been to any of the below locations at the relevant times you must do the following:

  1. get tested but you do not need to isolate unless you have symptoms
  2. if you are experiencing symptoms, quarantine at home until you receive a negative result
  3. continue to monitor for symptoms, if you become symptomatic get tested and isolate until you receive a negative result.

If you are no longer in Queensland please check with the relevant state health department for health advice and requirements.

Date / TimePlace
Locations Updated – Thursday 2nd of September at 13:37



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