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Qld COVID restrictions and rules eased from Friday: What you can and can’t do in Brisbane, Queensland

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Coronavirus restrictions in Brisbane, such as the mandatory wearing of masks, have been eased as of 1am on Friday, but the reason for an outbreak that lead to rules being tightened may never be known.

Queenslanders will return to the “having among the lowest restrictions in our economy in the country”, according to Health Minister Yvette D’Ath, by returning to the COVID-19 roadmap that was in place in December.

Scroll down to see what you can and can’t do in Brisbane from Friday

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Thursday confirmed that restrictions were to be lifted on Friday morning after Queensland recorded no new locally-transmitted cases of COVID-19 after 7410 tests.

She announced people will no longer have to wear masks in…



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