Virus alerts explode as outbreak spreads (2023)

The list of Queensland venues exposed to positive coronavirus cases continues to grow with authorities adding several more locations.

People who have visited the venues, which include a Jamaica Blue Cafe, Subway, Cold Rock Ice Creamery and 7-Eleven, are being asked to get tested and take other precautions.

At least five Woolworths stores are the list in Carseldine, Kippa-Ring, Cleveland, Coorparoo and Southport Park, along with an Aldi in Bald Hills.

The Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Monday announced Greater Brisbane would go into a three-day snap lockdown in an attempt to bring the growing COVID outbreak under control.

It came as the state recorded eight locally acquired cases on Tuesday and two new cases on Wednesday. NSW has also issued new alerts in the state’s north for venues visited by cases linked to the Queensland outbreaks and introduced restrictions for Byron, Ballina, Tweed and Lismore shires.

Monday 29 March – coronavirus cases in Queensland:

• 4 new locally acquired
• 6 overseas acquired
• 73 active cases
• 1,456 total cases
• 2,147,661 tests conducted

Sadly, six Queenslanders with COVID-19 have died. 1,343 patients have

— Annastacia Palaszczuk (@AnnastaciaMP) March 28, 2021

Here is the full list of urgent alerts for venues impacted by the latest outbreak.


Queensland Health has listed a number of high-risk, close contact venues.

This means they must quarantine for 14 days from the time they attended the venue, regardless of their test result.

The latest update includes:

Friday 26 March — Jamaica Blue Cafe, Middle Ridge — 10.30am to 12pm

Other venues impacted are:

Saturday 20 March — Shinobi Ramen noodle shop (in Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre) — 12pm to 2.16pm

• Saturday 20 March — Black Hops Brewery, East Brisbane — 12pm to 2pm

• Saturday 20 March — Green Beacon brewing Co, Teneriffe — 2pm to 3.12pm

• Saturday 20 March — Eatons Hill Hotel — 3.44pm to 5.30pm

• Sunday 21 March — Mamma’s Italian Restaurant, Redcliffe — 12.30pm to 3.10pm

• Monday 22 March — PCYC Pine Rivers, Bray Park — 7.16am to 8.10am

Friday 26 March — Spinnaker Park Cafe, Callemondah — 10.22am to 11.23am

Friday 26 March — FitStop Gym, 6/338 Lytton Road, Morningside — 6.50am to 8am

Friday 26 March — Auckland House, Gladstone Central — 7.23pm to 9.30pm

Friday 27 March — Auckland House, Gladstone Central — 7.33am to 8.20am

Friday 27 March — Savour Café, New Farm — 10.30am to 12.10pm

Monday 29 March — Premium Pilates & Fitness, Coorparoo — 9.25am to 10.30am

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NSW Health ordered people from 13 venues in Byron Bay, Ewingsdale and Suffolk Park into isolation until it could “assess transmission risk at the venues”.

The venues in the north of the state and just south of the Queensland border include Byron Beach Hotel on Friday, March 26 between 7.15pm and 9pm and The Farm Byron Bay on Sunday, March 28 between 8.45am and 10.30am.

Anyone who was at those venues between the times listed should get tested immediately and self-isolate until further advice is provided.

Find the latest list of alerts and guidance on the NSW Health website.

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Queensland Health has listed a number of venues involving casual contacts.

This means people who attended the following venues must get tested immediately and quarantine until receiving a negative result.

They should also watch for COVID-19 symptoms and get retested if developing any symptoms.

The latest updates include:

Sunday 21 March — Subway, Strathpine Plaza Shopping Centre — 12.50pm to 1pm

Thursday 25 March — Cold Rock Ice Creamery, Raby Bay — 3.50pm to 4pm

Friday 26 March — The Ridge Shopping Centre, Middle Ridge — 10.30am to 12.15pm

Friday 26 March — Woolworths Kippa-Ring, 272 Anzac Ave (updated) — 3pm to 3.20pm

Sunday 28 March — 7-Eleven, Mackenzie — 1.30pm to 1.40pm

Other venues include:

Friday 19 March — Little Red Dumpling, Carseldine — 12.10pm to 1.16pm

Friday 19 March — Woolworths, Carseldine — 1.10pm to 1.20pm

Friday 19 March — Aldi, Bald Hills — 5.10pm to 5.18pm

Friday 19 March — Super Cheap Auto, Bald Hills — 5.30pm to 5.33pm

• Saturday 20 March — Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre (any part of the shopping centre) — 12pm to 2.16pm

Saturday 20 March — Black Hops Brewery, East Brisbane — 2pm to 3pm

• Saturday 20 March — Market Organics (store only), Newmarket — 2.45pm to 3pm

• Saturday 20 March — Baskins-Robbins, Everton Park — 9.20pm to 9.25pm

• Sunday 21 March — The Standard Market Company, Gasworks Plaza, Newstead — 9.50am to 10.20am

• Sunday 21 March — Genki Mart, Alderley — 10.30am to 10.46am

• Sunday 21 March — Liquorland, Dolphins Central Shopping Centre, Kippa-Ring — 4.40pm to 4.50pm

Monday 22 March — Café L’avenue, Carseldine — 8.51am to 8.58am

Monday 22 March — Zambrero, Aspley — 12.05pm to 12.34pm

Monday 22 March — Jacobs Bakery, Aspley — 12.40pm to 12.48pm

Monday 22 March — Bunnings Rothwell, Rothwell — 7.14am to 7.27am

• Monday 22 March — Bunnings Stafford — 12.40pm to 12.50pm

• Monday 22 March — Bunnings Lawnton — 3.15pm to 3.30pm

• Monday 22 March — Strathpine Plaza Shopping Centre — 3.43pm to 3.49pm

Tuesday 23 March — Café L’avenue, Carseldine — 8am to 8.29am

Tuesday 23 March — Sushi Train, Carseldine — 12pm to 12.45pm

• Tuesday 23 March — Zambrero, Lawnton — 12.51pm to 12.55pm

• Tuesday 23 March — Lawnton Fruit Market — 1.57pm to 2.05pm

• Tuesday 23 March — Nellas Gourmet Tucker, Lawnton — 3.37pm to 3.47pm

• Tuesday 23 March — Poolwerx Strathpine — 3.15pm to 3.27pm

• Tuesday 23 March — Dan Murphy’s, Strathpine — 7.26pm to 7.36pm

• Tuesday 23 March — Redcliffe Train Line – Kippa Ring to Lawnton, 7am to 8am

• Tuesday 23 MarchRedcliffe Train Line – Lawnton to Kippa Ring, Lawnton to Kippa Ring, 2pm to 3pm

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Wednesday 24 March — Redcliffe Train Line – Lawnton to Kippa Ring, Lawnton to Kippa Ring, Lawnton to Kippa Ring, 2.30pm to 3.30pm

• Wednesday 24 March — Lawton Country Markets — 2.36pm to 2.43pm

• Thursday 25 March — Café L’avenue, Carseldine — 8am to 8.29am

• Thursday 25 March — Café L’avenue, Carseldine — 12.34pm to 1.34pm

• Thursday 25 March — Cold Rock Ice Creamery, Raby Bay — 3.50pm to 4pm

• Thursday 25 March — Woolworths Cleveland (updated) — 4pm to 4.40pm

• Thursday 25 March — Hanwoori Korean BBQ Restaurant, Brisbane City — 6.30pm to 7.30pm

• Thursday 25 March — Wintergarden carpark, Brisbane City — 6.19pm to 7.50pm

• Thursday 25 March — BWS. Four Mile Creek Drive, Strathpine 6.15pm to 6.30pm

• Thursday 25 March — Aldi Stafford, Stafford City Shopping Centre — 8.30am to 8.45am

• Thursday 25 March — Nundah Respiratory Clinic — 11.15am to 11.40am

• Thursday 25 March — Ceres Pizza Café, Strathpine — 7pm to 7.58pm

• Thursday 25 March — Gin Gin Bakery, Gin Gin — 1.26pm to 1.33pm

Thursday 25 March — Miriam Vale Star Roadhouse and Caravan Park, male toilet, Miriam Vale (updated) 2.35pm to 2.45pm

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Thursday 25 March — Redcliffe Train Line – Lawnton to Kippa Ring, Lawnton to Kippa Ring — 5.45pm to 6.45pm

• Friday 26 March — Nurse Station café (Patrons) South Brisbane — 10.15am to 10.30pm

• Friday 26 March — SPAR Carina Megafresh, Carina — 11.30am to 11.45am

• Friday 26 March — Woolworths Coorparoo — 12.55pm to 1.30pm

• Friday 26 March — Coles, Stockland Gladstone, Gladstone Central — 12.09pm to 12.33pm

• Friday 26 March — Redcliffe Train Line – Lawnton to Kippa Ring, Lawnton to Kippa Ring — 2.30pm to 3.30pm

• Friday 26 March — Woolworths, Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre, Kippa-Ring — 3pm to 3.20pm

• Friday 26 March — Stockland Gladstone (including BWS), Gladstone — 4.46pm to 5pm

• Friday 26 March — Byron Beach Hotel, Byron Bay — 7.15pm to 8.30pm

• Friday 26 March — IGA Redcliffe, Redcliffe — 12.50pm to 12.55pm

• Friday 26 March — The Farm Byron Bay, Ewingsdale — 8am to 9.30am

Friday 26 March — Niche & Co Café, Tugun (updated) 1.40pm to 1.55pm

• Friday 26 March — Chempro Chemist, Tugun — 1.55pm to 2.10pm

Saturday 27 March — Sunlit Asian Supermarket, Upper Mount Gravatt — 2.30pm to 2.45pm

Saturday 27 March — Domino’s Pizza, Greenslopes — 3.30pm to 3.40pm

• Sunday 28 March — 52 Espresso, Nobby Beach — 6.20am to 6.30am

• Sunday 28 March — Lean Chef Kitchen, Surfers Paradise — 10am to 10.30am

• Sunday 28 March — HOTA Markets, Bundall — 10.45am to 11.30am

• Sunday 28 March — Surf Life Saving Competition, Tugun Beach — 12.30pm to 2pm

• Sunday 28 March — Epic Escape Room, Southport — 1.45pm to 3.30pm

Sunday 28 March — Kirra Surf, Kirra — 2.35pm to 3.05pm

• Sunday 28 March — Woolworths, Southport Park — 3.40pm to 4pm

• Sunday 28 March — Tugun Supermarket, Tugun — 5.20pm to 5.30pm

• Monday 29 March — Rafiki Cafe, Mermaid Beach — 6.30am to 6.35am


Queensland Health has stated that ifyou have been to any of the below locations at the relevant times you should: monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested and quarantine at home until you receive a negative result

• Tuesday 23 March — Outside Westpac, Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre, Kippa-Ring — 3pm to 3.30pm

Find the latest list of alerts and guidance on the Queensland Health website.

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