UQ community COVID-19 advice

 

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The following restrictions are in place across Queensland until 12 noon Thursday 15 April:

  • Face masks must be carried at all times and should be worn when indoors including libraries, cafes, indoor workplaces (where it is safe to wear one and where you cannot physically distance), public transport, taxis, rideshare (including queuing for transport).
  • Exemptions from mask wearing include where you need to be able to easily communicate such as teaching.
  • Face masks should be worn outdoors if physical distancing is not possible.
  • Patrons must be seated at entertainment, eating and dining venues.
  • In-person events scheduled on campus can go ahead with approval through the usual processes, with physical distancing guidelines and face mask requirements.
  • QR codes should be used where available.

UQ buses: intercampus shuttles and the UQ safety bus are running as per schedule.

Vaccination program: read the phase 1B FAQs for our community here.

View the latest staff communication and student communication.

Reminder: stay at home if unwell and get tested, adhere to physical distancing and practice healthy hygiene.

Restrictions remain in place for aged care facilities, hospitals and prisons in Brisbane City Council and Moreton Bay areas.

View the latest travel advice

Updated 1 April 2021 at 01.15pm (AEST)

 

 

Know the facts

Professor Ian Frazer and Dr Kirsty Short return to give us the latest updates on COVID-19. While restrictions are easing around the country, this pandemic is not over yet. Remember first and foremost, stay at home if you feel unwell and keep practising physical distancing and regular hand-hygiene. If we do these things, together, we can keep our community safe and prevent a second wave.

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If you need urgent medical advice call 000.


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