All of southeast Queensland has been declared a Covid-19 hotspot for the purpose of travel to the NT, as much of the state goes into lockdown.
The hotspot came into effect at 4pm Saturday.
The following local government areas have been deemed hotspots:
- Brisbane City Council
- Logan City Council
- Moreton Bay Regional Council
- Ipswich City Council
- Redland City Council
- Sunshine Coast Regional Council
- Gold Coast City Council
- Noosa Shire Council
- Somerset Regional Council
- Lockyer Valley Regional Council
- Scenic Rim Regional Council
Anyone travelling to the Northern Territory, who has been to the above hotspot locations in Queensland and arrives in the Northern Territory after 4pm on July 31 will be required to undertake 14 days of mandatory supervised quarantine at the Alice Springs or Howard Springs quarantine facilities.
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Anyone who has left the above areas covered by this declaration, before 4pm is able to enter into the Northern Territory without having to undertake quarantine.
Queensland recorded six new locally acquired cases of the Delta variant on Saturday.
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