COVID-19 updates for businesses

On 29 January 2020, under the Public Health Act 2005, the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services made an order declaring a public health emergency in relation to coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The public health emergency area specified in the order is for ‘all of Queensland’. Its duration has been extended by regulation to 17 August 2020 and may be further extended. Further to this declaration, Queensland's Chief Health Officer is issuing health directions to contain, or respond to, the spread of COVID-19 within the community. 

The Queensland Government has a roadmap in place for the easing of restrictions across the state. 

What's new? Recent updates on these pages include:

  • All information and links have been updated and checked as at today, 7 July 2020.
  • NEW 7 July: Fact Sheet on the Vehicles and Vessels checklist, allowing tourism experiences to operate with up to 50 people.
  • From 3 July: Queensland moves to Stage Three on the roadmap. Advice for travellers and for businesses has been updated accordingly.
  • NEW 3 July: Queensland's events are Good to Go! Information is now available for COVID Safe Events.
  • NEW 3 July: Significant change for tourism experiences, now able to operate with up to 50 people.

Offers of assistance: if your business would like to provide goods or services (for example, accommodation for health purposes, transportation or technology) with a view to helping respond to COVID-19, please contact your Destination Team at TEQ who will ensure the offer is provided to the relevant government agency.

Questions: if, after reading through all the information on our pages, you still have a question, you can contact the Queensland Government's dedicated hotline for questions specific to their business. 

Phone: 134 COVID (134 268 43)