What You Can and Can’t Do This Mother’s Day?

Queensland will again ease COVID-19 contact restrictions from Mother’s Day this Sunday (10/05/2020) to allow up to five members from one household to visit another home.

With multiple restriction easing announcements over a short-while we have put together a list of what you can and can’t do in Qld from Mother’s Day.

What can you do?

  • You can go shopping for non-essential goods
  • Kindergarten, Prep, Years 1, 11 and 12 go back to school on Monday
  • You can have a picnic with people from your house
  • If you go out by yourself, you can only meet one other person from outside your house for a run or picnic. It can only be the two of you, not your family plus one other
  • You can travel up 50 kilometres from your home with members of your house.
  • You can travel more than 50 kilometres if you’re visiting another household but you have to visit then leave, there’s no going to the shops or beach under this rule.
  • You can visit any business that’s open — like getting your hair cut
  • From Sunday, up to five people from a household can visit another household but hugging is still off the cards (sorry Mum)

What can’t you do?

  • Dining in at cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs still isn’t allowed but discussions are underway.
  • Gyms and public playgrounds are all still closed.
  • Queensland’s borders also remain closed.
  • Weddings are still restricted to five people: celebrant, the couple and two witnesses.
  • And funerals can still only have 10 people, unless the Chief Health Officer grants an exemption

Be safe, wash your hands, and stop the virus spreading.

How Can We Help You?

Call us on 07 3435 5300 and one of our friendly consultants will help