Covid19 Close Contact

Current 7th Jan 2022

Please note that the definition of a Close Contact has recently changed:

You are a close contact if 👇
 You live with someone who has COVID-19 like a partner, housemate or visiting family member
 You've been with someone who has COVID-19 for over 4 hours in their accommodation

You aren't a close contact if 👇
🚫 You have come in contact with a COVID-19 case at work
🚫 You caught up with a COVID-19 case outside of your home

Here is an update from QLD Health - check here  for the latest definitions.

Hey Queenslanders 👋, we've seen a lot of questions about what makes someone a close contact. The definition has recently...

Posted by Queensland Health on Wednesday, 5 January 2022
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