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Declared Interstate Places of Concern — coronavirus (COVID-19)

Declared Interstate Places of Concern Direction (No. 3)

Declared interstate places of concern are used to identify places within Australia that present an increased COVID-19 risk, that is not as high as hotspots. They do not restrict people from entering Queensland, however you should follow local movement or travel rules before coming to Queensland.

List of interstate places of concern for public health directions

The interstate Local Government Areas (LGAs) listed below apply to the following direction:

From 1:00am Wednesday 29 September 2021, there are no Local government Areas listed as Places of Concern for the above listed Direction.

Declaration of Interstate Places of Concern

For full details, read the Declared Interstate Places of Concern Direction.