Face Masks Will No Longer Be Mandatory in Most Situations in Queensland From April 15 – Concrete Playground
In a bid to contain the last coronavirus outbreak, the Queensland Government mandated the wearing of masks across Greater Brisbane in late March, and then expanded some face covering rules statewide, too. The requirements were given a slight tweak when April started, but wearing a mask has been part of daily Queensland life throughout this month so far — until 6am hits tomorrow, Thursday, April 15, that is.
At the moment, if you’re spending time indoors somewhere other than your house, you need to wear a mask. They must be worn in all indoor spaces other than your home, all indoor workplaces unless it is unsafe to do so, on public transport, in taxis and ride share vehicles, and outdoors when social distancing isn’t possible.