COVID-19 Alert 26 March 2021 – Queensland Exposure Sites

Queensland Exposure Sites

Queensland Health has announced a positive case of coronavirus and has listed a number of public exposure sites on its website.

If you have entered Victoria from the City of Brisbane or Moreton Bay Region since 12 March:

  1. Get tested immediately.
  2. Isolate until you receive a negative result. Do not attend work.
  3. Contact your manager.
  4. Contact the COVID-19 Employee Hotline on 959 45815 (7am to 7pm – seven days a week).
  5. Monitor for symptoms in the following two weeks post-exposure and repeat testing (and isolate until the result is known) if symptoms develop.

You can return to work when you receive a negative result if you have no symptoms.

If you were at any of the identified Queensland public exposure sites during the specified times:

  1. Get tested immediately.
  2. Isolate until you receive a negative result. Do not attend work.
  3. Contact the Victorian Department of Health on 1300 651 150.
  4. Contact your manager.
  5. Contact the COVID-19 Employee Hotline on 959 45815 (7am to 7pm – seven days a week).

Different exposure sites require different responses based on exposure risk. Follow the relevant advice issued by Queensland Health and the Monash Health COVID-19 Employee Hotline.

Updated advice for screening teams
Updated advice for screening teams is available here.

All managers are requested to share these updates with their teams and discuss at stand-ups and handovers. Please print a copy and display it in communication books and on employee noticeboards.

As advice and information evolve, please consult the latest updates and visit the Department of Health and Human Services and Monash Health COVID-19 website for employees regularly for the latest.



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