Queensland dismantles its border checkpoints as the state records almost 20,000 new cases

Queensland records 19,709 new Covid cases and six deaths – as the state finally pulls down border checkpoints and welcomes Australian travellers in for hassle-free holidays

  • Queensland is dismantling border checkpoints as state recorded 19,709 cases 
  • Domestic travellers will no longer required to show proof of a negative covid test
  • The rule was enforced from 1am on Saturday, opening the state to more tourists
  • Police are grateful for the return of staff that have been busy patrolling borders

Border checkpoints are being dismantled in Queensland with domestic travellers no longer required to show proof of a negative covid test as the state recorded another 19,709 virus cases and six deaths.

Since 1am on Saturday, interstate visitors have been welcomed into Queensland regardless of where they have come from, without the need for a border pass or…

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