Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced changes to lockdown and some restrictions on Friday morning.
Brisbane City Council and the Moreton Bay local government area, north of the city, will remain in lockdown until 6pm on Saturday 3 July, which is 24 hours longer than previously announced.
But the other local government areas included in the initial three-day lockdown announced on Tuesday – Noosa, the Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Logan, Redlands, the Gold Coast, Scenic Rim, the Lockyer Valley, Somerset and Townsville – will come out of lockdown as planned at 6pm on Friday 2 July.
There will be additional restrictions in place for 14 days, as outlined below.
Can you leave your home?
In locked down areas, you can only leave their homes for four reasons:
To buy essentials such as groceries and medications
Work or study if you can’t do either from home
Exercise in your local area
Healthcare or to provide help, care or support
Exercise can only occur outside, with no more than one person not from your household, and they must be from your local community.
Do you need to wear a face mask?
Yes. People in any of the areas that were subject to the three day lock-down will still have to wear a mask when they are outside of their own home.
In the rest of Queensland, people are encouraged to wear masks but it is not mandatory. If you have been in these LGAs in the past 14 days you must follow the same mask rules.
What are the limits on gatherings and events?
In the locked-down areas, you can only have two visitors to a home.
Funerals are limited to 20 people, and weddings are limited to 10 people with no dancing or singing.
Are businesses open?
Supermarkets and other essential stores will be open.
Restaurants and cafes in the affected areas can open only for takeaway or delivery.
Cinemas, gyms, beauty services, and places of worship will be closed in locked down areas.
Health authorities are also reminding patrons to always check-in.
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