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  • The Northern Territory Government has revoked Queensland as an identified ‘hotspot”.

    Are you a close contact? Have you been in and identified contact tracing location in Queensland?

    If you are a close contact or unsure, you must immediately self-quarantine and ring the NT COVID hotline on 1800 008 002 and identify yourself as a potential close contact.

    For more information detailing Queensland COVID-19 updates, go to the Queensland Government website

  • You must have a COVID-19 test if you:

    • arrived in the Northern Territory (NT) before 4:30 pm on 30 March 2021 and have been in Byron Shire Council since 26 March 2021. You must then remain isolated in a suitable place of quarantine for the self quarantine period (14 days) even if you receive a negative test result.  For these people the self-quarantine period ends at 12:00 (noon) on the 14th day after the last day the person was in Byron Shire Council.

    A person who is required to be tested must travel directly to a suitable place of quarantine and remain in that place, except to submit to testing for COVID-19 (or in an emergency).

    Please contact the COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 008 002 to book a test.

    For further information detailing current case locations and alerts please visit: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Pages/case-locations-and-alerts.aspx

    To keep up to date with current information from the Northern Territory Government please visit:

    https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/travel/quarantine/hotspots-covid-19

    Everyone is reminded that individuals are responsible to keep up to date with the continuing changes to travel requirements related to COVID-19.  

  • Greater Brisbane will enter a 3-day lockdown from 5pm AEST Monday 29 March to 5pm AEST Thursday 1 April. 

    Information on Queensland high-risk locations can be found on the Queensland Government website.

    Queensland close contacts – Get tested immediately and self-isolate for 14 days.

    The Northern Territory Chief Health Officer requires any person who has arrived in the Northern Territory to be tested for COVID-19 if:

    1. They have arrived since 20 March and were in the QLD Local Government Areas of City of Brisbane or Moreton Bay Region from 20 March onwards. 
    2. They arrived between 12 March and 11:59pm on 19 March and they were in the QLD Local Government Areas of City of Brisbane or Moreton Bay Region between 12 March and 19 March and they are displaying symptoms of COVID-19. 
    3. They have been in any of the LGAs City of Ipswich, Logan City, Redland City or Gladstone Region since 25 March 2021 and/or they have been in the Byron Shire Council LGA since 27 March 2021.

    In the last 14 days, if you have: 

    1. Been told you are a close contact of a person with COVID-19  or 
    2. Attended any of the locations at the same time as a person who is infectious with COVID-19.

    You must immediately self-quarantine and ring the NT COVID hotline on 1800 008 002 and identify yourself as a close contact. 

    For further information please review CHO Direction 35 and with reference to direction 35A of the Directions for Territory Border Restrictions (No.49) PDF (188.5 KB)

    To keep up to date with current information please visit: https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/travel/quarantine/hotspots-covid-19

    Please do the right thing and keep our community safe.

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