Qld records six new COVID-19 cases, NRL grand final to go ahead at 75pc capacity

NRL grand final to be held in Brisbane at 75 per cent capacity

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There are new restrictions for Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Moreton Bay, Logan and Townsville.

There are new restrictions for Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Moreton Bay, Logan and Townsville.

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Four of six new cases have been linked to the aviation training facility cluster.

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Queensland has recorded six new cases of COVID-19, including one in Townsville, sparking new restrictions.

At this stage, the NRL grand final will be held in Brisbane but will be restricted to 75 per cent capacity and attendees will need to wear their mask at all times when not eating or drinking.

From 4pm on Thursday, for the next two weeks, there will be new restrictions for Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Moreton Bay, Logan, Townsville and Palm Island regions.

The regions will return to level two restrictions.

Four of the six have been linked the cluster centred on an aviation training facility in Queensland's southeast.

One of the new cases is a pilot who flew into Townsville.

From 4pm, visitors to private homes will be capped at 30 people.

Other restrictions that will be reimposed in the listed areas include one person per four square metres in cafes and restaurants.

Weddings and funerals will also be capped at 100 people, and crowds at large venues at 75 per cents.

With Australian Associated Press

The story Qld records six new COVID-19 cases, NRL grand final to go ahead at 75pc capacity first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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