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Families will be forced to isolate for 14 days at home if just one member gets COVID-19 in Queensland

With Queensland slowly edging towards its vaccination targets, those who have had two doses will still have to quarantine for two weeks if they get COVID-19.
As will their family, which means partners and their children, or flatmates or grandparents, if they live in the same home and are deemed at risk.

But what about "close contacts" — like a teacher or a doctor who comes into contact with someone who gets the dangerous Delta variant?

Queensland Health Minister Yvette D'Ath said "opening up" will only work if the state continues to test, trace, isolate and quarantine.

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Queensland Health Minister Yvette D'Ath speaks at a press conference at COVID-19 vaccination hub.

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