LATEST | NSW border bubble busts as LGAs enter lockdown
Queensland will close its border bubble with the Byron and Tweed LGAs on the back of an infectious case detected in the community.
Anyone who is currently in Queensland but has visited the area in the past 14 days should get tested if they have symptoms and isolate until they receive a negative result.
From 5pm, the Tweed, Byron and Kempsey will go into a seven-day snap lockdown, after a person from Sydney travelled to the area while infectious with Covid-19.
The border bubble will close from 1am.
Elsewhere in Queensland, the Brisbane Domestic Airport was listed as an exposure site after a previously confirmed positive case transited from New South Wales to the Northern Territory.
The infected person had a stopover in Brisbane.