OUR FARMERS’ MARKETS CONTINUE TO PROVIDE CURRENT ADVICE TO KEEP YOU SAFE FROM COVID 19
CURRENT TRAFFIC LIGHT LEVEL – GREEN
The traffic light level is reviewed regularly by Queensland Health. It was last reviewed on 17 January 2023.
There are things you can do to help reduce the risk of you catching and spreading COVID-19.
You can wear a mask at any time if you choose to.
You should always stay home if you’re sick, maintain good hygiene and keep up to date with your vaccinations.
Find out about the different traffic light levels and how they can help you make informed decisions to enhance your personal safety.
What a green light means
Green (baseline) means there are low rates of community transmission and Queensland is not in a COVID-19 wave.
When the traffic light is green, we recommend you:
- stay home if you’re sick
- keep up to date with your vaccinations
- maintain good hygiene
- take a rapid antigen test (RAT) if you get COVID-19 symptoms
- wear a mask if required by a healthcare provider, venue, or household.
If you get COVID-19:
- register your RAT result
- stay home until you’re well again
- use the healthdirect Australia COVID-19 Symptom and Antiviral Eligibility Checker
- wear a mask for 7 days after you test positive
- avoid visiting hospitals, aged care, or disability care for 7 days after you test unless you are receiving care
- ask household members to closely monitor symptoms.
We continue to monitor the latest health advice from the Queensland Government and will always keep you up-to-date so you stay safe and healthy.