As part of the greater Brisbane area the City of Logan was in lockdown for the past three days in an effort to keep community transmission of COVID-19 at zero.

Now past the lockdown period, the city has opened and has resumed trading for the most part as it was prior to the weekend, just with some extra precautions.

City of Logan Mayor Darren Power thanked the community for their efforts over the past three days.

“Well done to everyone for playing their part to keep us safe,” he said.

“Our Council facilities and venues have re-opened today, however we will remain alert and will continue to follow advice from Queensland Health.

“With a lot of our dining venues and coffee outlets having a very quiet one last weekend, there is no better time to support local and grab yourself a Logan coffee.

“With some amazing coffee shops, cafes and restaurants across our city, it is worth exploring the culinary delights of Logan.

“When you support local, you help keep more money in the local economy and help support local jobs.

“Remember to carry your masks with you and keep your distance.  Masks are required for all indoor public spaces (except when eating or drinking).”

Until 1am January 22 the Queensland Government have advised everyone in the greater Brisbane area to follow these rules as a precaution. 

  • You must carry a mask at all times. 
  • Masks must be worn in indoor places including shopping centres and supermarkets, gyms, places of worship, libraries, public transport, and taxis and rideshare vehicles. 
  • Masks must be worn in workplaces if social distancing isn’t possible and it’s safe to do so. 
  • You don’t need to wear a mask in private vehicles, while outdoors at a safe distance from other people or if you’re doing strenuous exercise. 
  • Businesses and venues can have one person per four square metres indoors and one person per two square metres outdoors. 
  • Smaller venues up to 200 square metres can have one person per two square metres up to a maximum of 50. 
  • You must be seated to eat and drink, and no dancing is allowed except at weddings. 
  • Gatherings are restricted to 20 people in homes and public spaces. 
  • Weddings and funerals can have up to 100 people, and dancing is allowed at weddings without restrictions. 
  • Indoor concert venues and theatres can operate at 50 per cent capacity or one person per four square metres, whichever is greater. 
  • Outdoor stadiums can operate at 50 per cent capacity with COVID-safe plans. 
  • Restrictions on visits to hospitals, aged care, disability accommodation and prisons will remain. 
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