Qld Covid exposure sites: full list of Queensland coronavirus hotspots and case location alerts

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<span>Photograph: Darren England/AAP</span>
Photograph: Darren England/AAP

Authorities have released a list of coronavirus hotspots and public exposure sites in Queensland visited by a confirmed case of Covid-19.

Here are the current coronavirus hotspots, Covid exposure sites, venues and case location alerts and what to do if you’ve visited them.

Public exposure sites in Queensland

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List of Queensland Covid hotspots Qld coronavirus public exposure sites case locations

Close contacts – quarantine and wait until further advice from Queensland Health

If you have been to any locations designated close contacts in Queensland at the relevant times you must immediately quarantine, get tested at your earliest opportunity and complete the online contact tracing form on the Queensland government website.

Casual but low risk contacts – get tested and quarantine until you receive a negative test result

If you have been to any locations designated casual contacts in Queensland at the relevant times you must immediately quarantine, get tested at your earliest opportunity and continue to quarantine until you receive a negative test result.

Low risk contacts – monitor for symptoms

If you have been to any locations designated low risk contacts in Queensland at the relevant times you must get tested at your earliest opportunity and continue to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. If you become symptomatic, get tested and isolate until you receive a negative result.

More detailed information is available at the Queensland government website.

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