Feeling sick? Stay home. Get tested.
You can keep up to date with the latest news, alerts and restrictions, go to the Queensland Government website.
You can find a vaccination clinic on the COVID-19 Vaccination Health Direct website.
If you'd like to talk to someone about getting a COVID-19 vaccination you can either:
- talk to your GP
- call the Queensland Government COVID-19 enquiries line on 13 42 68.
You can also read about the vaccines on the Queensland Government website.
If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, you need to get tested immediately. It doesn’t matter how mild your symptoms are. Find out what the symptoms are on the Queensland Government website.
You can buy a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) from a chemist and test yourself. If you get a positive result, you can report it on the Queensland Government website. If you're a concession card holder, you can get a free RAT.
If you don't want to use a RAT, you can get a PCR test from a private pathology service instead.
Find out more about COVID-19 testing on the Queensland Government website.
Visiting restrictions and visiting hours
We recommend you contact the hospital directly to confirm their visiting rules and visiting hours before leaving home.
Read about visiting vulnerable groups on the Queensland Government website.
Languages other than English
If you need COVID-19 information in a language other than English, you can read:
- Queensland Government COVID-19 translated resources
- Australian Government COVID-19 translated resources.
Find out more
To speak to someone about COVID-19, including vaccinations, testing and restrictions, call the Queensland Government COVID-19 enquiries line on 13 42 68.
Last updated: December 2022