Logan City Council is continuing to manage the impacts of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

Our top priority is the health and safety of our community, customers and staff.

Council is committed to supporting Queensland Health as the lead agency responsible for responding to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Stage One of the State’s COVID-19 recovery was implemented at 11.59pm on Friday, May 15.

Up to five visitors from separate households can now gather in a home.

A 150km limit from home applies for recreational travel for day trips.

Gatherings of up to 10 people for outdoor non-contact activities are allowed under this stage.

Social distancing rules still apply.

Dining in at restaurants, pubs, clubs, cafes and RSL clubs is allowed for a maximum of 10 patrons at one time as part of a gradual re-opening.

No bars or gaming venues will be open.

Open homes and auctions, beauty therapy and nail salons are all able to operate with social distancing practised.

Businesses have to register their clients and have in place a COVID-safe plan.

For more information visit Roadmap to Easing Restrictions.

To report non-compliance, or any other issues relating to Stage One easing of restrictions rules, please call the State Government’s central complaints call centre at 13 QGOV (137 468)

As of May 21, 2020, the updated restrictions now permits:

  • A resident of an aged care facility to leave the facility to receive or access health care, to attend a funeral, in the case of an emergency or on any other compassionate grounds.
  • A resident of an aged care facility can apply for an exemption from the Chief Health Officer to leave the facility on compassionate grounds.
  • A support person is now permitted to visit the aged care facility on behalf of or to support a prospective resident of the facility. 

For more information visit Aged Care Direction (No. 4).

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