Current as at 21 September 2022.
Logan City Council facilities and services operate in line with Queensland Health’s ‘roadmap to easing restrictions’.
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.
In accordance with Queensland Health guidelines, masks are no longer recommended for indoors and are not required on public transport, in a taxi, rideshare vehicle or commercial shuttle. This includes while waiting on a platform, at a stop, taxi rank or pick-up area.
Face masks are also no longer required on domestic flights.
They are still required for high-risk settings such as public and private hospitals, aged care facilities and disability accommodation services.
Face masks are also required anyone who has tested positive to COVID-19, is a close contact or has symptoms.
For more information visit Masks.
Wearing a mask at any time, or in other settings, remains a personal choice. Masks are recommended if you cannot social distance.
This means you will no longer need to wear a mask at Council facilities, but you are welcome to keep doing so if you feel more comfortable.
Children under 12 years and people affected by a medical condition or disability do not have to wear a face mask.
Attending venues and events
There is no longer any requirement to check-in and be fully vaccinated to attend a range of venues and events such as pubs, clubs, cafes, restaurants, theme parks, cinemas, weddings, showgrounds, stadiums and government-owned galleries, libraries and museums.
These changes also apply to Council facilities such as Logan Art Gallery and Mayes Cottage, Beenleigh Events Centre and other function venues, indoor entertainment venues including the Logan Entertainment Centre, ticketed outdoor entertainment activities including music festivals and some KRANK school holiday and Active and Healthy activities (program providers will inform attendees of any requirements).
From 1.00am, Thursday, 30 June 2022, there is no COVID-19 vaccination requirement for visiting a vulnerable group.
Visitor restrictions still apply for vulnerable settings which include public and private hospitals; aged care facilities; disability accommodation services and prisons. Masks must be worn while in indoor spaces of vulnerable settings.
Visiting a vulnerable setting is not allowed if you:
- have COVID-19
- recently had COVID-19 and it has been 5 days or less since your isolation period ended
- are a close contact, unless in exceptional or compassionate circumstances
- have recently had COVID-19 test and you are waiting to receive the results
- have COVID-19 symptoms
COVID-19 vaccination requirements continue to be in place for workers at healthcare settings. Operators of healthcare settings must continue to comply with COVID-19 vaccination requirements for healthcare workers.
Certain restrictions are in place in public and private hospitals and 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.
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.
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:
- The Australian Government website
- The National Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080. The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.