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Palmwoods community to have their say on pedestrian improvements

 

The Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland have undertaken investigations into pedestrian safety improvements on Palmwoods-Montville Road in response to concerns raised by members of the community.

Concept designs have been developed for pedestrian improvements at 3 locations in the Palmwoods township and are seeking feedback from the community to better understand the community preferences on proposed improvements.

The 3 locations are:

- an upgrade to the existing informal crossing point near the Post Office

- an upgrade to the existing crossing point near Rick's Garage

- a new crossing point near the Palmwoods Pharmacy.

 

Have your say on the upgrades here:

https://www.yoursay-projects.tmr.qld.gov.au/palmwoods-road-safety-improvements

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Mask changes – from 1.00am 2 January

Masks will be required indoors across Queensland, except in the family home and workplaces (where it is unsafe).  This is to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
 
Masks have been proven to slow the spread of the virus and protect the vulnerable.
 
Masks are already required:

  • In supermarkets and shops

  • Public transport and rideshare

  • Airports and on planes

  • Cinemas and theatres

From 1.00am Sunday, January 2 they will also be required in other indoor settings, such as:

  • In workplaces (unless it is unsafe to do so)

  • Pubs, clubs and cafes (except when seated)

  • Indoors stadiums and sports arenas (except when seated)

  • Libraries

  • Hairdressers and nail salons

  • Waiting rooms at a medical centre

In addition employers are urged to return to work-from-home arrangements where possible.
 
Access to vulnerable settings including aged care and hospitals is limited to only those who are fully vaccinated.

New arrivals into Queensland are no longer required to have day 5 tests.

Anyone with symptoms should still get tested.

More information about the current Public Health Directives can be found here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/system-governance/legislation/cho-public-health-directions-under-expanded-public-health-act-powers

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