Redland City Council services will reopen under COVID-safe conditions when a three-day lockdown ends for the city at 6pm today.
The Queensland Government today announced the end of lockdown for most south-east Queensland local government areas, including Redland City, as well as Townsville and Palm Island.
However, the lockdown has been extended in Brisbane City and Moreton Bay local government areas until 6pm tomorrow, Saturday 3 July.
This comes after three new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 were detected across the State, including two in Carindale.
Redland City Council services and facilities to reopen tomorrow, under COVID-safe conditions, include the city’s Libraries, IndigiScapes Centre, Animal Shelter, Visitor Information Centre, community halls and Cleveland Aquatic Centre.
Redlands Coast Art Galleries and Redland Performing Arts Centre will however remain closed over the weekend, reopening on Monday 5 July.
Council customer service centres at Capalaba and Victoria Point also will reopen on Monday.
Unfortunately, the NAIDOC Week Cultural Celebration set for Sunday 4 July at Raby Bay Harbour Park has been postponed.
While the lockdown has been lifted in Redland City, some restrictions remain in place for a further two weeks when they will be reviewed by the State Government.
- You must carry a face mask with you at all times whenever you leave your home unless you have a lawful reason not to. Masks must be worn in indoor spaces or where physically distancing isn’t possible.
- You must be seated when eating or drinking at a café or restaurant and for all indoor settings only 1 person per 4 square metres is allowed.
- Private gatherings are restricted to 30 people, and up to 100 people can attend weddings and funerals. Only 20 people can dance at weddings.
The Queensland Government is the lead agency in managing the public health response to COVID-19. The latest health directives, COVID-19 testing information and vaccination updates are available at health.qld.gov.au