Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the end of a snap lockdown in response to the Brisbane Covid outbreak. Some coronavirus restrictions have been expanded to the entire state in time for the Easter public holiday long weekend. Here’s what you need to know
Queensland authorities have lifted the snap lockdown of greater Brisbane from noon on Thursday. People are now free to leave their homes for any reason, but some restrictions remain in place and have been expanded across Queensland – including the most remote parts of the state, where there have been no cases.
The Queensland-wide restrictions are in place from 1 April and will likely remain until 15 April. So what will Easter holidays look like in Queensland?
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