Cafe, toilets at Brisbane International Airport deemed high-risk after COVID breach
A cafe and toilets at Brisbane’s International Airport have been deemed high-risk areas for the transmission of COVID after a breach involving a transiting passenger.
The passenger was a man who tested positive to COVID-19 after he and his travel partner were mistakenly directed to the international terminal’s green zone.
Watch a recap of the breach in the video above
They had arrived from Papua New Guinea, which is deemed a high-risk country.
Both were transiting to Doha.
As a result of the breach, about 400 passengers awaiting flights to New Zealand were potentially exposed.
Queensland Health on Saturday said two high-risk venues were attended by the infectious traveller.
They are the Hudson’s Coffee stand and adjacent seated area and…