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Premier announces way forward for Qld

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Yesterday, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced Queensland will return to normal from December 17, with no capacity limits or restrictions for vaccinated people.

Those who are unvaccinated will be locked out of pubs, clubs, cafes and public spaces.

Only people who are fully vaccinated in Queensland will be allowed in:

  • Hospitality venues including pubs, clubs, hotels, bars, restaurants and cafes.
  • Queensland government stadiums.
  • Entertainment venues including live music and karaoke bars.
  • Indoor and outdoor music festivals.
  • Government-owned galleries, museums and libraries.
  • Aged care, hospitals, prisons and disability services except in end of life, childbirth or emergencies.

For the unvaccinated:

  • Vulnerable settings such as aged care, hospitals, prisons and disability services must not allow unvaccinated visitors. Unvaccinated visitors can visit for the purposes of end of life, childbirth or an emergency situation.
  • Hospitality venues and indoor entertainment venues: Only vaccinated staff and patrons are permitted to enter. In circumstances where there is private hire with unvaccinated individuals density limits apply.
  • Outdoor entertainment activities: Only vaccinated staff and patrons permitted to enter.
  • Festivals; music, arts, folk etc: Only vaccinated staff and patrons permitted to enter including performers, crew, catering and food trucks.
  • Weddings: Unvaccinated people can attend, but only if there is a maximum of 20 people in attendance.
  • Other settings; essential retail, other eretail, public transport etc: Covid-19 density restrictions may still apply.

The decision may be reviewed when the state hits 90 per cent fully vaccinated.

Queensland, as of November 9, is 79.8 per cent single dose vaccinated, and 67.8 per cent double dose vaccinated.

As of the 31st October, according to the Australian Department of Health 74.30% of Logan residents have recieved their 1st dose, while 56.70% have recieved their 2nd dose.

Mask mandates are expected to be wound back today, after the state hits 80 per cent single dose vaccinated.

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Emily Stack
Emily Stack
Editorial Team
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