What businesses, activities and undertakings are allowed to be open and under what conditions, including the number of people permitted at any one time.
To protect our vulnerable communities, Queensland's borders have been closed.
Help slow the spread of COVID-19 by following the restrictions around staying at home, avoiding going outside and limiting visitors to your home.
Changes to the way we visit our loved ones in residential aged care facilities.
Restrictions on visitors to Queensland prisons.
Tightened restrictions around visiting hospitals.
Only qualified and approved pathology or health service providers can use serology (blood) tests to detect or diagnose COVID-19.
Extra protections to ensure the right medicine is given to the right person, for the right reason.
Any person who intentionally coughs, sneezes or spits at a public official or other worker, or threatens to do so, can be fined and may face criminal charges.
Entry to remote communities (‘designated areas’) in Queensland is restricted to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
From Saturday 16 May 2020, there are no designated areas in Queensland. Restrictions on travelling into First Nations remote communities apply.
No cruise ships from other countries can enter Queensland waters, unless they have been given permission to enter under Australian law.
Children must not attend a school or early childhood service if they have a contagious illness.
Measures in place to reduce transmission of COVID-19 amongst employees, seasonal workers and the local community.
Requirement for people diagnosed with COVID-19 to self-isolate.
All people arriving in Queensland from overseas have to self-quarantine in nominated premises for 14 days.
During the COVID-19 emergency, food and grocery businesses can extend or limit trading hours, or limit access to the business.
Owners or operators of businesses operating a truck driver rest facility may continue to provide these services over their normal opening hours.