Queensland roadmap at a glance: Dates, details, all you need to know

Once Queensland reaches 80 per cent, expected on December 17, there will be no quarantine required and travellers from an interstate hotspot can now arrive by road, in addition to flying. People must be fully vaccinated and have had a negative COVID test in the previous 72 hours to travel.

Overseas travellers can undertake 14 days (subject to a review by Australian Health Protection Principal Committee) home quarantine and subject to conditions set by Queensland Health, provided they are fully vaccinated and have had a negative test in the previous 72 hours.

If overseas travellers do not meet the criteria, they will have to undergo quarantine in a government-nominated facility.

People travelling from other states and territories will not need to quarantine if they are fully vaccinated, have undertaken at least 14 days (subject to AHPPC review) of quarantine under the direction of another state or territory at home or in a government-nominated facility.

If interstate travellers do not meet the criteria, they will have to apply for a border pass and undertake 14 days’ (subject to review by AHPPC) quarantine in a government-nominated facility.

At 80 per cent vaccination coverage, there will be no government financial assistance available if restrictions are increased or there are lockdowns.

At 90 per cent

There will be no entry restrictions or quarantine for vaccinated arrivals from interstate or overseas at 90 per cent vaccination coverage.

Unvaccinated travellers will need to apply for a border pass or enter within the international arrival cap, and undertake up to 14 days (subject to review by AHPPC) quarantine.

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