Roadmap to reopening
AT 70% DOUBLE DOSE
19 NOVEMBER 2021
AT 80% DOUBLE DOSE
17 DECEMBER 2021
AT 90% DOUBLE DOSE
TO BE ANNOUNCED
QLD ROADMAP CONDITIONS - APPLIES AT ALL STAGES ABOVE
ALL ARRIVALS – Regardless of where you come from, must complete relevant entry declaration and abide by the public health directions in place at the time. Get tested if you have any symptoms and isolate until you receive your results.
NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST – A COVID- the requirements for home quarantine under this plan. 19 test approved by the TGA.
QUARANTINE PERIODS – Quarantine periods will be determined once Australian Health Protection Principal Committee advice has been received and considered. This period may be up to 14 days.
BUSINESS SUPPORT – From 80% businesses need to be aware that the Commonwealth Government has indicated that financial support will not be available in the event of restrictions or lockdowns.
FULLY VACCINATED – Two weeks since your second dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine. People who cannot be vaccinated—for example those who are not eligible due to age or have an exemption from a qualified medical practitioner—will be treated as vaccinated for the purposes of entry and quarantine requirements.
HOME QUARANTINE – If you cannot meet the Queensland Health home quarantine criteria, you will be required to undertake an equivalent period of quarantine in a government-nominated facility. Home quarantine undertaken in another state or territory must have been undertaken in accordance with an order issued by that state or territory. Self-imposed home quarantine will not meet NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST – A COVID- the requirements for home quarantine under this plan.
CURRENT VACCINATION RATES
From 80%, additional public health restrictions will apply to unvaccinated people. Further details to be confirmed. For example, venues and events who require all patrons and staff to be vaccinated may be able to operate without public health restrictions. However, venues and events which allow unvaccinated people may continue to be subject to a range of public health restrictions such as capacity and density limits