COVID-19 – Update Border Changes
(Information in this update has been provided by the Queensland Trucking Association).
QLD-Update on South Australia Hotspots
Due to the recent COVID-19 cluster in Adelaide, 20 South Australian LGAs (including Adelaide) are now declared hotspots. Anyone who has been in a COVID-19 hotspot within the last 14 days will be turned away at our border. The only exceptions to this are people who are allowed to enter for permitted purposes and people who were in a South Australian hotspot before 11.59pm AEST 8 November.
LGAs declared hotspots in Adelaide
- Adelaide City
- Adelaide Hills
- Charles Sturt
- Holdfast Bay
- Norwood Payneham and St Peters
- Port Adelaide Enfield
- Tea Tree Gully
- West Torrens
- Unincorporated (Torrens Island)
Please apply all the required protocols for entering Queensland from a COVID-19 Hotspot as per Directive 17 and the Queensland Freight Protocol.