Sumary of Qld declares part of Melbourne hotspot:
- Queensland has declared one of Melbourne local government areas a Covid-19 hotspot due to a cluster of coronavirus cases..
- Health officials in the Sunshine State issued a statement on Tuesday night advising Melbourne City of Whittlesea local government area was now an area of concern..
- Queensland chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young said the four new infections announced by Victorian authorities on Tuesday afternoon – bringing the cluster to nine cases – meant action needed to be taken..
- As of 1am on Wednesday, anyone arriving into Queensland who has been to the hotspot area since May 11 will enter 14 days of hotel quarantine unless they have a valid exemption..
- It was announced on Monday that anyone who attended a declared venue of concern listed on the Victorian Health website would be placed into hotel quarantine, as of 1am on Wednesday..
- Anyone who has been to Greater Melbourne on or after May 11 will not be allowed to go into the state prisons, aged care facilities, disability accomodation services and hospitals as of 1am Wednesday…