Brisbanites At the International Airport During a Two-Hour Period Must Monitor for Symptoms – Concrete Playground

Brisbanites, if you’ve recently been to the international airport, keeping a close eye on your health and getting tested if the slightest COVID-19 symptoms arise could be in your future. Today, Friday, April 30, Queensland Health has issued advice relating to a new coronavirus case in the community — with a passenger from from Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea breaching the Brisbane International Airport’s green zone for overseas departures, and subsequently testing positive.

The breach occurred on Thursday, April 29, with anyone who was in the terminal between 9.45am–12pm that day requested to monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if you feel unwell. The man and his travel partner spent just over two hours in the green…

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