UQ community COVID-19 advice

 

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Summary of latest Queensland Government advice:

  • Face masks are mandatory in high-risk settings such as hospitals and aged care facilities and in airports and on planes.
  • While not mandatory, you are encouraged to carry a mask at all times.
  • Patrons can be seated or stand at entertainment, eating and dining venues on campus.
  • In-person events scheduled on campus can now go ahead with approval through the usual processes.
  • Hospitals, aged care and disability accommodation and prisons have resumed receiving visitors although some restrictions may apply
  • QR codes should be used where available.

COVID-19 vaccination program: register for your vaccine by clicking ‘Eligibility Checker’ online and enter your details – you will be notified via email when you can book.

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

Updated 16 June 2021 at 2.10pm (AEST)

 

 

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