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Thinking Of Breaking COVID-19 Rules? Jail Time On The Cards

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Thinking of breaching social distancing measures?

Thinking of crossing the Queensland border and making a false declaration as to your whereabouts?

The State Government will be introducing a new amendment to legislation that will see anyone breaking the rules face up to 6 months jail time or an on the spot fine of $4,003.

Have you been to the Crossroads Hotel in New South Wales?

Then you need to get tested for COVID-19 and immediately self-isolate.

Crossroads Hotel – The Situation

There have been a cluster of COVID-19 cases traced back to the Crossroads Hotel in New South Wales.

18 Queenslanders who visited the hotel between 3 July 2020 and 10 July 2020 have been tested for COVID-19, with 11 of the 18 Queenslanders testing negative.

Interstate visitors to Queensland who have visited the hotel’s region in the last 14 days will be refused entry to Queensland.

Anyone from Queensland returning from the region will need to quarantine immediately at their own expense (in government provided accommodation).

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Contact Us

If you have allegedly breached health directives you may have a legal defence. Get the best representation. Contact Quinn & Scattini Lawyers on 1800 999 529, email or submit an enquiry below.

We are available to meet with you at any of our local offices (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Beenleigh, Cleveland and Jimboomba) or by telephone or video-conference.

This article is for your information and interest only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, and it does not constitute and must not be relied on as legal advice. You must seek specific advice tailored to your circumstances.

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