Thanks for logging in.

You can now click/tap WATCH to start the live stream.

Thanks for logging in.

You can now click/tap LISTEN to start the live stream.

Thanks for logging in.

You can now click/tap LATEST NEWS to start the live stream.

LISTEN
Watch
on air now

Create a 4BC account today!

You can now log in once to listen live, watch live, join competitions, enjoy exclusive 4BC content and other benefits.


Joining is easy.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

‘Great step forward’ but QLD Health Minister eyes off hotspots

Article image for ‘Great step forward’ but QLD Health Minister eyes off hotspots

Health Minister Yvette D’Arth says a hotspot scheme will continue to operate to monitor travellers from Adelaide as the state moves to ease hardline borders with NSW. 

She said it was a “great step forward” for Queenslanders, with the border set to be open to Sydney-siders from December 1.

“We want to make it as simple as possible as far as people transiting through various jurisdictions,” she told Scott Emerson.

“We are mindful we do still have hotspots in South Australia, and so there will still need to be some border controls.

“We are working through the Queensland Police Service at the moment.”

A decision on Victoria will be made tomorrow.

Click PLAY below to hear the full interview

Image: Getty

 

RELATED

Long-awaited Queensland border decision welcomed by tourism industry

 

Advertisement