NSW Health continues to closely monitor the situation in Queensland as local health authorities investigate the COVID-19 case detected in the Brisbane community.
Anyone entering NSW from 12.01 am on Saturday 27 March who has been in Brisbane City Council or Moreton Bay Regional Council areas in the past 14 days will be required to fill out a passenger declaration form, which includes confirmation of whether they have visited any venues of high concern.
This information is important to help NSW Health contact travellers if required.
If you have been in a venue of high concern as listed on the
Queensland Health website, you should
not enter NSW.
If you have been in a venue of high concern and are already in NSW, you should immediately self-isolate and call NSW Health on 1800 943 553.
Anyone who has returned from Brisbane City Council or Moreton Bay Regional Council areas in the past 14 days should be particularly vigilant and get tested and isolate immediately if they develop any COVID-19 symptoms, however mild.
Please check the
Queensland Health website, which is being regularly updated.
If you have attended any venues/places listed on the website, please follow the relevant Queensland Health advice.