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People urged to rethink travel to Queensland

31 Jul 2020 5:09pm

Due to the concerns around the current situation transpiring in Queensland, the State Coordinator, Commissioner Grant Stevens is advising South Australians considering travel to and from Queensland to assess their need to travel against the implications of possible increasing restrictions in the future.

To prevent a second wave of COVID-19, it is possible travel restrictions may be imposed in the future which will result in people entering from Queensland being required to undergo mandatory testing and self-quarantining for 14 days upon arrival.

At this time, no decision has been made regarding the re-introduction of travel restrictions nor is there any date being considered. The situation in Queensland will continue to be monitored.

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