International Borders re-open and Check-in Queensland app update

Important changes have been made this week with changes to the customer contact information collection via the Check-In Queensland app. From Monday 7th February, businesses that are permitted to allow unvaccinated people to enter, such as supermarkets, have no longer needed to collect contact information.

Businesses that are only permitted to allow fully vaccinated people to enter, (including hospitality venues, festivals and showgrounds for example) must continue to collect contact information and proof of vaccination via the Check In Qld app.

Learn more about changes to contact information collection.

International borders to re-open on Monday 21 February

Currently, only Australian citizens, permanent residents and visitors from New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore can enter Queensland under certain visas and exemptions. 

In accordance with current Queensland border regulations and the federal government’s announcement, from February 21 international tourists will be able to enter our state without quarantining, provided they are vaccinated and provide a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test within 24 hours of entering Australia. 

Below is the market summary table as at Tuesday 8th February – please note this table is constantly being reviewed as various countries alter their requirements.

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