- Indoor mask rules in state scrapped when it hits 80 per cent single dose mark
- Masks no longer be required in schools, cafes and pubs at that coverage level
- Queensland will hit that milestone as early as Tuesday, the state’s premier said
- Residents in NSW must still though wear a face covering in public indoor settings
Published: 07:29 AEDT, 9 November 2021 | Updated: 07:58 AEDT, 9 November 2021
Queensland will scrap indoor mask rules when the state hits the 80 per cent single-dose vaccination mark on Tuesday, the state’s premier has announced.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said masks would no longer be needed in venues such as schools, cafes, pubs, hairdressers and workplaces when that Covid vaccination coverage level is reached.
The Queensland premier has flagged the state will reach that milestone by Tuesday.