A raft of new COVID-19 exposure sites in Queensland have been listed after the lockdown was extended to Sunday.
A further 13 cases of COVID-19 were notified by Queensland Health on Monday morning, forcing the health authority’s hand in extending restrictions.
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Lockdown measures in 11 council areas will now be in effect until 4pm Sunday, at least.
Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young said one of the cases had been in the community for several days while infectious.
“Just for example, one of those cases that I’ve announced today had been in the community for six days while infectious before they were placed into quarantine. So there will be a lot of exposure venues,” she foreshadowed.
That prediction came true later on Monday.
The following venues were listed as close contact exposure sites.
Anyone who was there at the listed times should seek testing and quarantine, and continue to isolate even after a negative result is returned.
The following are listed as close contact venues.
Anyone who attended during the listed times should seek testing and self-isolate until a negative result is returned.
The following are listed as low risk exposure sites.
Anyone who attended during the listed times should seek testing but does not need to isolate, unless symptomatic.
A full list of active exposure sites in Queensland is available here.