Is it safe for non Queenslanders to travel to Queensland?

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johnflynne

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Member since 30 Jan 2019

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As the Premier has made this statement without any qualification I believe a warning should be put on all flights to Queensland though I suppose a privilegd group such as AFL and movie actors maybe exempt.

nige00160

Member since 07 Jan 2016

Total posts 48

Entry to Queensland is currently only restricted for those who have been in Victoria, NSW and ACT within the last 14 days (with some exemptions that are listed on the below Qld Health web site).


Assuming the traveller has lodged and received approval for a Queensland Border Declaration Pass, warnings should not be required unless the traveller has been untruthful on their declaration, or intends on swimming in a river with crocodiles.

Simples.

https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/border-restrictions

greg959

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Member since 15 May 2019

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I’ve cancelled two planned trips to Queensland over the next 12 months. I’m not going to give my tourism dollars to a State that behaves like it’s not part of the country. I’m looking at holidays in regional Victoria, regional NSW and the ACT. Won’t be going back to Queensland any time soon.

johnflynne

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Member since 30 Jan 2019

Total posts 5

I have emailed the QLD health department some 10 days ago and have not recieved a clear reply

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