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Superseded - Declared Interstate Places of Concern Direction (No. 2)

This direction has been superseded on 29 September 2021. See the current Declared Interstate Places of Concern Direction (No. 3).

Summary

Effective from: 1am AEST 22 September 2021

Posted: 22 September 2021

Superseded on: 29 September 2021


l, Dr Jeannette Young, Chief Health Officer, reasonably believe it is necessary to publish the following list of Interstate places of concern pursuant to the powers under s362B of the Public Health Act 2005 to assist in containing, or to respond to, the spread of COVID-19 within the community.

The Direction applies from the time of publication until the end of the declared public health emergency, unless it is revoked or replaced. This Direction replaces the public health direction referred to as the Declared Interstate Places of Concern Direction. The purpose of this Direction is to identify Interstate Places of Concern for the Public Health Direction – Interstate Places of Concern (Stay at Home in Queensland) Direction (No. 5) or its successors.

A person who has been in a place of concern since the start date identified for the place of concern must follow the quarantine (stay at home requirements) in the Interstate Places of Concern Direction until 14 days have passed since they were in the place of concern.

From time of publication, the following Local Government Areas are listed as Places of Concern for the above listed Direction.

Local Government Area

State or Territory

Start date

Byron Shire

New South Wales

1:00 am on 18 September 2021

Tweed Shire

New South Wales

1:00 am on 18 September 2021

Penalties: A person to whom the direction applies commits an offence if the person fails, without reasonable excuse, to comply with the direction.

Last updated: 29 September 2021