- Last updated:
- 29 Mar 2020
Council is committed to supporting Queensland Health as the lead agency responsible for responding to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and will ensure our business community is kept informed. If you have any health concerns please call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) or find up-to-date reliable information on the Queensland Health website.
- Increased restrictions on public gatherings - food courts, auctions, open houses, personal services, galleries, fitness centres, pools, community facilities, non-food markets.
- Holiday parks close for holiday-makers
- State Government joins forces with industry to support small business
- Essential supplies keep trucking into Queensland
- Hairdresser and barber time limits lifted
- Queensland Government unveils $4 billion package to support health, jobs, households and businesses
- Federal Government places further restrictions on businesses
- Council keeps the focus on local business
- Business closures and restrictions. Pubs, licensed clubs and hotels (excluding accommodation), places of worship, gyms, indoor sporting venues, cinemas, casinos close from midday Monday 23 March. Restaurants and cafes to offer takeaway only.
- Council provides further business support
- Federal Government second economic stimulus package
- More COVID-19 assistance for Queensland manufacturers
- Australian borders close to all non-residents and non-citizens
- Council reviews fees and charges to assist businesses
- Social gatherings restricted to 500 outdoors and 100 indoors with social distancing requirements. Level 4 Travel ban implemented with notice to not travel overseas and domestic travel only if essential
- Council supports local businesses
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