Queensland Coronavirus Restrictions Easing
Queensland Coronavirus Restrictions Easing

Queensland to ease non-essential travel restrictions from 2 May

Going for a drive and visiting a national park is back on the menu.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today that some restrictions will be eased in Queensland from May 2nd.

While social distancing will still apply, some recreational activities and distance you can travel from your home will be allowed.

Many of us who enjoy going for a drive will be happy to hear that this includes going for a drive, but you will need to remain within 50km’s of your home. It still is not a return to normal, but will be sure to be a welcomed change.

From Saturday, May 2, you can:‬

– Go for a drive (within 50km of home)
– Ride a motorbike, jetski or boat for recreation
– Have a picnic
– Visit a national park
– Shop for non-essential items

Outings are limited to members of the same household or an individual and one friend.

All rules regarding social gatherings and limits on visitors remain in place.

For more information on travel restrictions and health advice for COVID-19 visit the Unite Against COVID-19 website.

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