Queensland will ease coronavirus restrictions across the state and keep the NSW border open for now, but the government has a message for those in NSW.
Queenslanders in regional NSW have been told to return home now to avoid being locked out if COVID-19 spreads beyond Greater Sydney.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has opted to keep the border open to regional NSW but has also warned that could change very quickly if the virus escapes from greater Sydney’s lockdown zone.
Queensland had no new locally acquired cases on Monday. The last time a case was infectious in the community was a week ago, on 5 July.