Queensland’s COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease

MASKS will no longer be required in certain indoor settings from early next month.

set of medical protective face masks
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com

Queensland Health said eased restrictions will come into play from 6pm on Friday, 4 March 2022.

NOW READ: GP boost for Hervey Bay

However, people will still be required to wear masks in hospitals residential aged care, disability accommodation, prisons, public transport, airports and on plans.

Other restrictions that will be eased include:

  • There will be no limit on the number of household visitors.
  • There will be no limit on the number of people at businesses or venues.

While restrictions are beginning to ease as the wave of COVID-19 slows in Queensland, Health officials are still encouraging people to wear masks as they see fit.

ALSO READ: Changes to COVID-19 check in requirements

“Wearing a mask, washing your hands and social distancing are all proven, effective ways to protect yourself and others,” the department said in a statement posted on social media.

ALSO READ: Unwind and relax at Seaside Skin and Beauty

Find it Fraser Coast

The State Government announced earlier this month that people only needed to use the Check In QLD App at venues requiring proof of vaccination.

Good News Fraser Coast

Leave a Reply