Queensland Health: Advice for people in Queensland who have recently travelled to Victoria or NSW

Queensland Health have stated

It ” is actively monitoring evolving situations in both New South Wales and Victoria (see Interstate updates below).

  • Anyone in Queensland who has been in Victoria since 5 February who attended venues at specified times and dates attended by a positive case should get tested immediately, isolate for 14 days and call 13HEALTH.
  • In addition, anyone who been at any of these venues (at other times) or who has been in Greater Melbourne since 5 February should come forward and get tested if they experience any symptoms.
  • A number of venues in Sunbury, Victoria have also been listed as exposure sites.

Anyone in Queensland who has been in New South Wales since 2 February should check the list of venues attended by the latest case and get tested if they have any symptoms”

If you have concerns and wan further advice the doctors at Reydon Street Medical Centre are able to consult by telephone

Book by visiting https://automedsystems.com.au/online/clinics/1622/reydon-street-medical-centre-mount-gravatt-4122/doctors/

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