Greater Brisbane's strict lockdown ends at 6pm on Monday, but restrictions will be in place until 1am on Friday, January 22.
WHO THE RULES APPLY TO
* Anyone who is in Greater Brisbane or has been since January 2.
* Anyone who leaves, or has left, the Greater Brisbane area from January 2 until 1am on January 22.
* Greater Brisbane includes Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan, Moreton Bay and Redlands.
RULES ABOUT FACE MASKS
* Must be carried at all times when you leave home, unless you have a lawful reason not to.
* Must be worn indoors, except in your home. This includes shopping centres, supermarkets, retail outlets, indoor markets, hospitals and aged care facilities, gyms, workplaces where people cannot socially distance (including for customer-facing staff in restaurants and cafes), places of worship and libraries.
* Must be worn on public transport, taxis and ride share vehicles.
* Not required when outdoors at a safe distance from others, in private vehicles or when doing strenuous exercise.
* Recommended outdoors if unable to stay more than 1.5m from others.
* "When in doubt, wear a mask," Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says.
RULES FOR BUSINESSES AND VENUES
* Anyone eating and drinking must be seated.
* No dancing is allowed, except at weddings.
* Indoor venues are restricted to one person per four square metres.
* Smaller venues up to 200 square metres can have one person per two square metres (up to a maximum of 50).
* Outdoor venues are restricted to one person per two square metres.
* People can be outside their homes for any purpose.
* Up to 20 people allowed in homes and public spaces.
* Up to 100 allowed at weddings, with no restriction on dancing.
* Up to 100 allowed at funerals.
RULES FOR INDOOR EVENTS
* Indoor concert venues or theatres can be at 50 per cent capacity or one person per four square metres (whichever is greater), with a COVID-safe plan.
* No approval needed for fewer than 500 people (like community sport) when following a COVID-safe event checklist.
RULES FOR OUTDOOR EVENTS
* No approval needed for fewer than 1000 people (like community sport) when following a COVID-safe event checklist.
* Outdoor stadiums can be at 50 per cent capacity with COVID-safe plans.
* A restriction imposed earlier banning visitors at hospitals, aged care, disability accommodation and prisons remains in place.