Interstate Areas of Concern (Vulnerable Facilities)
Currently there are no interstate areas of concern (vulnerable facilities).
The Australian Capital Territory, the Jervis Bay Territory, New South Wales, and Victoria are declared hotspots.The Border Restrictions Direction outlines the restrictions that apply to anyone who has been to a COVID-19 hotspot.
Interstate areas of concern (vulnerable facilities) are places in 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.
Anyone who has been in a COVID-19 interstate area of concern (vulnerable facilities) in the last 14 days or since the identified start date (whichever is shorter) cannot enter a Queensland:
If you have been in an interstate area of concern (vulnerable facilities) and experience any symptoms, no matter how mild, you must get tested immediately and isolate until you receive your results.
Interstate areas of concern (vulnerable facilities) are legally listed so that people travelling from those higher-risk areas into Queensland can be notified.
If an area of concern becomes a COVID-19 hotspot, the restrictions for an area of concern no longer apply, the restrictions for COVID-19 hotspots will apply.
Current interstate areas of concern
There are currently no interstate areas of concern
Declaration of Interstate Areas of Concern
See the Chief Health Officer's Declaration of Interstate areas of concern.