The restrictions faced by Queenslanders due to COVID for the past fortnight will ease tomorrow and earlier than the planned time.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said that restrictions will ease from 6am tomorrow, Thursday 15 April.
“Masks will not be required except at airports or when flying. You should always carry a mask and wear it in crowded places where social distancing isn’t possible.
“Visitors will be allowed in hospitals, aged and disability care as soon as facilities are ready.
“You can stand up to eat and drink in pubs and clubs, and dancing will be allowed.
“Stadiums, theatres and cinemas can operate at 100 per cent capacity and gatherings of up to 100 people will be allowed at private residences.
“As always, if you’re sick – stay home and get tested.”