Queensland, QLD

Posted By NHIA  
28/05/2021
11:00 AM

To continue business in QLD

    The Queensland border is open to all states and territories, with some specific exceptions.

    From 1am AEST Thursday 27 May, the City of Whittlesea local government area in Victoria is a declared COVID-19 hotspot.

    From 1am AEST Friday 28 May 2021, all of Victoria will be declared a COVID-19 hotspot.

    This means:

    • Anyone who has been in Victoria in the last 14 days will not be allowed to enter Queensland unless they are a returning Queensland resident, except for a limited range of people who can enter for an essential purpose.
    • Anyone who is allowed to enter Queensland will be required to go into 14 days mandatory hotel quarantine in Brisbane.

    Anyone who has arrived in Queensland before 1am Friday 28 May 2021, and has been in Victoria in the last 14 days, must continue to monitor their symptoms and get tested if they experience any symptoms, then isolate until they receive a negative result.

    Important: From 1am Thursday 27 May – everyone arriving from Victoria is required to complete a border pass. Apply now.

    For a list of Victorian exposure sites, visit www.health.qld.gov.au/tracing.

    You can enter Queensland from any other Australian state or territory.

    APPLY HERE TO ENTER FROM VICTORIA FOR ESSENTIAL TRAVEL

    Any person who has been in Victoria in the previous 14 days is required to apply for and receive a Queensland Border Declaration Pass prior to entering Queensland.

     

       

      Helpful Documents:

      Workplace Health Management Plan Template

      Dairy Farm COVID Safe Template

      This Workplace Health Management Plan template (DOCX 250 kB) is for:

      • Workplaces in the agribusiness and commercial fishing industries who employ, or have as visitors or contractors, interstate workers or seasonal workers and therefore must submit Workplace Health Management Plans under The Queensland Chief Health Officer Public Health Direction
      • Queensland businesses wishing to assess their plans to control COVID-19 associated risks

      This template includes a checklist that may be used in conjunction with the Health Plan Template as a self-assessment checklist to identify ways to reduce transmission of COVID1-19 within a workplace and assist business continuity.

       

       

      If the person has been travelling around before entry to QLD have a schedule of where they have been over the last 14 days (click here for the 14 Day Close Contact form), it is generic so please make changes, put logo, etc)

       

      Entry will be dependant on the Officer at the border so ensure you have as much documentation as possible.

       


      We have confirmed that all states have agreed that agriculture and suppliers of essential services to agriculture will be categorised as essential services.

       

      National Coronavirus Helpline Phone Number: 1800 020 080