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Greater Brisbane lockdown due to COVID-19

Published On: 8 January 2021Categories: News
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The Queensland Government has announced a 72 hour lockdown from 6:00 pm today (08/01/2021) until 6:00pm, Monday 11 January, 2021. This lockdown covers the local government areas of Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Ipswich and Redlands.

As a result, our offices located within the specified areas will be closed to the public on Monday 11 January 2021. We are monitoring the situation daily and we will continue to adapt our operations accordingly.

We will continue to take guidance from public health authorities and as more information comes to light, we will keep you informed.

Stay up to date

We understand there is a lot of information in the media about the coronavirus but we strongly recommend you use the links below for the most up-to date, consistent and accurate information about COVID-19.

If you require more information, if you are concerned about possible exposure or if you have symptoms of COVID-19, call the National Coronavirus Health line on 1800 020 080. The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

We are here to help

We understand there is a lot of uncertainty ahead. However, our staff are working remotely. We are here to help, to support each other and work through this together.

If you have any questions, please contact:

  • Carer Services on 07 3900 8100
  • NDIS Services Enquiry Line on 1300 999 636.
  • Visit our website – https://carersqld.com.au/

If you need support

If you need someone to talk to you can contact:

  • Carer Gateway on 1800 422 737
  • Beyond Blue on 1800 512 348 or visit their Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service
  • Community Recovery Hotline on 1800 173 349 – for vulnerable Queenslanders such as people with disabilities and seniors