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

Read details of the UQ flu vaccination program.

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

Updated 16 April 2021 at 12.10pm (AEST)



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Confused about the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out in Australia? UQ experts Professor Ian Frazer and Dr Kirsty Short answer your questions with the latest scientific advice. 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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