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Friday 8 October | Requirements at Q Super Centre in accordance with the Queensland Government Mandates.
The Queensland Government has announced the easing of restrictions on the Gold Coast and a number of other LGA’s in South East Queensland as of 4pm today. While visiting Q Super Centre please remember to follow the current restrictions in place, these include:
- – Restaurants and cafes have eating and drinking with 1 person per 2 m² in our venues, standing service is now also permitted.
- – You must still carry a mask at all times in case you can’t socially distance and continue to wear masks indoors unless you’re seated.
- – For hospitality venues, masks only need to be worn for entry and exit to the venue. This includes restaurants and cafes at Q Super Centre.
We ask that our community remains respectful to others, as reasons for not wearing a mask are not always obvious, but can include:
- – Under the age of 12
- – A medical condition that prohibits the wearing of a face mask
- – It is unsafe to do so
- – It is not practical to do so.
During this time, we remind all visitors that you must also check-in via the QR Codes provided using the QLD Check In app.
For more information on the evolving situation and what these new mandates mean for you, please visit https://www.covid19.qld.gov.au/ or download the latest Qld Government Covid Safe Future road map here.
We understand the broader community concern about COVID-19.
We remind everyone to practice the following:
- Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
- Maintain at least 1.5m distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, or shaking hands with others.
- Follow good hygiene and encourage others to do the same. (i.e. covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze and disposing of used tissues immediately.).
- Stay home if you feel unwell to minimised risk to others.
- Stay informed of the latest news on the epidemic/pandemic and the risk factors associated (i.e. cities or local areas where the pandemic or epidemic is spreading widely, how the Infectious Disease is transmittable).
- If possible or necessary, you should self-isolate for the appropriate period as advised by Commonwealth Government authorities (i.e. by staying at home until you recover).
- Seek medical advice promptly and follow the directions of your local health authority.