Feeling sick? Stay home. Get tested.

You can keep up to date with the latest news, alerts and restrictions on the Queensland Government website.

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Vaccinations

Please contact your GP or health care provider for more information about where to receive your COVID-19 vaccination. You can find a vaccination clinic on the COVID-19 Vaccination Health Direct website.

If you'd like to speak to a customer service agent about getting a COVID-19 vaccination, please phone 13 42 68.

You can also read about the vaccine on the Queensland Government website.

Getting tested

If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, you need to get tested immediately. It doesn’t matter how mild your symptoms are.

Testing clinics

You can find your closest testing and fever clinic on the Queensland Government website or by calling 134 COVID (134 268).

You can book your test online through the health service portal, you’ll need to sign up if you don’t have an account. If you can't book online, you can call your local testing and fever clinic for an appointment.

Self testing

If you’d prefer, you can purchase a Rapid Antigen Test from a chemist and test yourself. If you get a positive result, you can report it on the Queensland Government website.

Visiting restrictions and visiting hours

If you’re visiting any of our hospitals or health services, you’ll need to check in. If you’re 16 years or over, you must be vaccinated to visit. You’ll need to show proof of vaccination on arrival.

We recommend you contact the hospital directly to confirm their visitation rules and visiting hours before leaving home.

Read about visiting someone in hospital, an aged care facility and in disability accommodation on the Queensland Government website.

Public Health Directions

Last updated: July 2022