Qld COVID-19 – Mon Jun 15: Funeral restrictions eased / no new cases
Published Monday, 15 June, 2020 at 05:15 PM
Premier and Minister for Trade
The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk
Funerals from tomorrow may be attended by up to 100 people, as Queensland records another day of no new cases.
There are five active cases, 1051 recovered and a total of 1065.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said many people had been raising the issue of funeral attendance numbers.
“From tomorrow, 100 people will be allowed to attend a loved one’s funeral, with a list of the names that attend,” Ms Palaszczuk said.
“I really want to thank the community for raising this issue. I know it’s been very, very tough over the past few months.
- The Premier reiterated the timetable for lifting interstate border restrictions
“I raised at National Cabinet that Queensland has very comprehensive roadmap and that July 10th is listed there,” she said.
“I also mentioned that we will review at the end of the month, but it is our clear intention that July 10th would be the date for consideration.”
Added: 0 Active: 5 Recovered: 1051 Total: 1065 Tests: 251,322
- 0 more cases/total of 1065 – by health district
- $250 million elective surgery boost
- Seeking more on-line training options during COVID-19
- Extension of laws for supermarkets to stock around the clock
- Remote community restrictions ease
- $5 million for airports to secure COVID-recovery tourism flights
- Backing tourism recovery with camping bookings open
- COVID-19 funding support for zoos
- Movement and Gathering (Roadmap Stage 2)
- Businesses, Activities and Undertakings (Roadmap Stage 2)
- Border restrictions and COVID-19 hotspots