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Contact tracing locations in Queensland

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Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles has released exact locations and times officials are tracing after a New South Wales woman travelled to Queensland while infected with coronavirus: 

Flight VA925 from Sydney arriving in Brisbane at 9.30am December 16

Brisbane Domestic Airport from 9am to 9.54am December 16

Hertz Car Rental, 1980 Sandgate Road, Boondall from 10am to 10.30am December 16

The Glen Hotel, Eight Mile Plains from 11.30am to 2.30pm December 16. (Any patrons who attended after 2.30pm should continue to monitor for symptoms and get tested if any develop.)

Sunshine Coast University Hospital, Birtinya from 5pm to 8.30am

Hungry Jacks, Kawana Waters from 8pm to 10pm

Kawana Waters Nightcap Hotel, Buddina from 9pm December 16 to 7am December 17

Coles Express, Mooloolaba from 7am to 7.30 December 17

Hertz Car Rental, 1980 Sandgate Road, Boondall from 8.30am to 9am December 17

The Prince Charles Hospital Fever Clinic, Chermside from 10.19am to 10.26am December 17

Anyone who develops symptoms are told to come forward for testing immediately and otherwise stay isolated at home.

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BREAKING: COVID-19 contact tracing locations.

If you travelled on VA925 to Brisbane from Sydney arriving 9:30am on 16…

Posted by Steven Miles on Thursday, 17 December 2020

 

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Queensland has three new non-locally acquired cases of COVID-19 this week, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced in a press conference this morning.

Two cases were acquired overseas and detected in hotel quarantine.

The remaining, a community transfer case, is a New South Wales woman connected to the northern beaches cluster.

While in Queensland, she attended the Glen Hotel in Eight Mile Plains and a venue on the Sunshine Coast, which Ms Palaszczuk said was not of concern.

The woman connected to the community case travelled from New South Wales to Queensland via a Virgin Airlines flight this week and has since returned to New South Wales.

Contact tracing is currently being undertaken for rows in front, behind and on either side of where the woman sat on the flight.

However, the government asks anyone who was on flight VA925 arriving into Brisbane Airport at 9.25am on December 16 and develops symptoms gets tested.

Ms Palaszczuk said testing would be conducted around Eight Mile Plains where the Glen Hotel is located.

Any travellers arriving in Queensland must go into mandatory quarantine from 1am Saturday 19 December.

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