COVID-19 alert: Read about changed restrictions for businesses in Greater Brisbane from 6pm, Monday 11 January.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for liquor and gaming licensees
Understand your responsibilities as a liquor or gaming licensee to help manage the effects of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Queensland.
From 6pm, Friday 8 January to 6pm, Monday 11 January 2021, the Greater Brisbane local government areas are in lockdown and non-essential businesses will be closed.
From 1am, 1 December 2020, Stage 6 of eased restrictions on business closures are in effect.
- Last reviewed: 25 May 2020
- Last updated: 8 Jan 2021
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