Information for travellers to Tasmania transiting via Brisbane Airport
Authorities understand there are travellers booked to travel to Tasmania from Queensland who are currently located outside of the Greater Brisbane Area, but booked on flights leaving from Brisbane airport.
Tasmanian Public Health officials continue to monitor COVID-19 developments in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales (NSW). Queensland Health reported no new locally acquired cases as the state continues its 3-day lockdown of the Greater Brisbane area.
Continuing to protect Tasmanians from COVID-19
Today’s lockdown of the Greater Brisbane area, and the subsequent border restrictions that are now in place, are a stark reminder that this pandemic is not over and we must remain agile and vigilant as we deal with rapidly changing circumstances.
Greater Brisbane declared a high risk area
Tasmania has declared Greater Brisbane a high risk area following the Queensland Government’s announcement of a three day lockdown of residents of this area.
Tasmanian Public Health officials are monitoring COVID-19 developments in three States – Queensland, Victoria and NSW – to assess the risk and make appropriate changes to advice and restrictions to protect the Tasmanian community.