Current as at 11 November 2022.

Logan City Council facilities and services operate in line with Queensland Health’s ‘roadmap to easing restrictions’ and 'traffic light system'.

Council’s top priority is the health and safety of our community, customers and staff.

Everyone is encouraged to maintain social distancing and good hygiene habits.

Some guidelines have changed in relation to mask wearing and isolation periods. Find the latest information on the Queensland Health website

Traffic light system and masks

Coinciding with the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency on October 31, 2022, Queensland Health has introduced a ‘traffic light system’ to help people understand the current level of risk and take appropriate precautions.

The traffic light level – RedAmber, or Green – is based on the current level of risk in the community.

As of 11 November 2022, the traffic light level is Amber.

Amber means there are moderate rates of community transmission and Queensland is coming off a wave or may be entering a new wave.

Under the Amber status, it is recommended masks are worn in the following places:

  •  in healthcare settings
  •  indoors (if social distancing is not possible)
  •  on public transport, taxis, rideshares and shuttles
  •  if you are older or medically at risk
  •  if you're around people who are vulnerable to COVID-19
  •  If required by a venue or household

These recommendations are guidelines only and are not mandatory in most cases. But you can wear a mask at any time if you choose to.

For more details visit Queensland Government website.

If you get COVID-19

If your rapid antigen test (RAT) shows positive for COVID-19, it is recommended:

  • register your RAT result 
  • stay home until you’re well again
  • wear a mask for 7 days after you test positive
  • avoid visiting hospitals, aged care, or disability care for 7 days after you test
  • ask household members to closely monitor symptoms.

Take a RAT if you get COVID-19 symptoms - or every two days, if someone in your household tests positive to COVID-19.

Attending venues

Certain restrictions are in place in public and private hospitals, aged care facilities and some general practitioner (GP) waiting rooms. Current guidelines can be viewed online at COVID-19 in Queensland | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government

For more information on visiting aged care facilities go to Visiting residential aged care facilities | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government.

For more information on current public health measures, visit the Queensland Health website.

Testing sites

From Monday, 1 August, free Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) kits will be available from Queensland Health facilities for anyone holding an eligible Commonwealth concession card. Free RATs will no longer be available from community pharmacies.

Some testing clinics are still operating across the City of Logan.

For a full list and operating hours, visit Testing and fever clinics

From 1.00am, 30 June 2022, testing for international arrivals into Queensland is no longer required.

Please call QLD Health on 134 COVID (134 268) for any enquiries about COVID-19 testing. 

Vaccination hubs and centres

Vaccination hubs and centres continue to operate for people aged 5 years and older. 

These are operated by Queensland Health, GPs and pharmacies.

Clinic locations, operating hours and booking information is available on the Queensland Health website.

Vaccination clinics are not testing sites.

Metro South Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics have now closed.

Journey to recovery

The City of Logan COVID-19 Recovery Report (PDF 4.7 MB) signifies 12 months since the Local Recovery Group activated in response to COVID-19. The report outlines the activities that have helped and continue to help the City of Logan to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.

The City of Logan COVID-19 Local Recovery Plan (PDF 167 KB) details the recovery steps and short, medium and long-term timeframes for the Logan community. 

General information

For the latest COVID-19 advice visit the Queensland Health website

The Australian Government is in charge of selecting, buying and regulating the COVID-19 vaccines.

The Queensland Government is in charge of delivering the vaccine across our state.

For more information about the vaccines visit: