Woolworths, Aldi, Liquorland, Coles in latest Covid alert

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A spate of new Covid alerts have been issued for dozens of venues believed to have been exposed to the virus through Queensland’s latest cluster.

Included in the list of venues are four different Woolworths stores, as well as other popular chains like Coles, Aldi, Bunnings, Liquorland, IGA and Cold Rock Ice Creamery.

Scroll down to see the latest list of locations.

The latest locations are in addition to another list of venues released on Friday.

Woolworths in Coorparoo and Cold Rock Ice Creamery in Raby Bay were among dozens of venues visited by an infected person. Source: Google Maps
Woolworths in Coorparoo and Cold Rock Ice Creamery in Raby Bay were among dozens of venues visited by an infected person. Source: Google Maps

The Greater Brisbane area was ordered into a three-day lockdown in an attempt to suppress a growing coronavirus cluster of seven cases.

Four of those cases were announced on Monday, all of which are likely close contacts of three existing and historical cases.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says the infected people have been out in the community and travelled to central Queensland and northern NSW.

To stem transmission, Brisbane, Logan, Moreton Bay, Ipswich and Redlands are in lockdown until Thursday evening - an area with about 2.5 million people.

People will only be allowed to leave home to do essential work, shop, care for people or exercise.

"I didn't sleep last night so I think I am very worried, I'm very concerned," Ms Palaszczuk told reporters.

"But we've done it before, we've got through this together, and I'm sure that if everyone does the right thing we will be able to get through it.”

Ms Palaszczuk said the lockdown would be reviewed on Thursday, ahead of the Easter holiday break this weekend.

States and territories introduce travel restrictions

In the hours before the lockdown came into effect on Monday, thousands of travellers attempted to flee the city, crowding the airport and causing a gridlock on roads surrounding the city.

Those on holiday in Brisbane trying to return to their home state have had to rethink their plans, as some states and territories shut their borders to the sunshine state.

People queue at Brisbane Airport while hundreds of cars crawl down a highway outside the city.
People queue at Brisbane Airport while hundreds of cars crawl down a highway outside the city as the lockdown approaches. Source: AAP

Victoria has declared Greater Brisbane a "red zone" from 6pm AEDT under its travel permit system.

All Queenslanders will be locked out of Western Australia from midnight, unless they have an exemption, after the McGowan government moved to reintroduce a hard border.

South Australia imposed a hard border on Monday afternoon, banning entry from Greater Brisbane and requiring the testing and isolating of those who had arrived since March 20.

Restrictions have also been imposed in the ACT, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.

Full list of venues

Close contacts – quarantine for 14 days and complete the contact tracing self-assessment

Friday 26 March

  • 6.50am - 8.00am - FitStop Gym, Morningside

  • 10:22am - 11:23am - Spinnaker Park Café, Callemondah

  • 7:23pm - 9.30pm - Auckland House, Gladstone Central

Saturday 27 March

  • 7:33am - 8:20am - Auckland House, Gladstone Central

Casual contacts – get tested immediately and quarantine until you get a negative result

Friday 19 March

  • 12.10pm - 1.16pm - Little Red Dumpling, Carseldine

  • 1:10pm - 1:20pm - Woolworths, Carseldine

  • 5:10pm - 5:18pm - Aldi, Bald Hills

  • 5:30pm - 5:33pm - Super Cheap Auto, Bald Hills

Sunday 21 March

  • 4:40pm – 4:50pm - Liquorland, Dolphins Central Shopping Centre, Kippa-Ring

Monday 22 March

  • 7:14am – 7:27am - Bunnings, Rothwell

  • 8:51am - 8:58am - Café L’avenue, Carseldine

  • 12:05pm - 12:34pm - Zambrero, Aspley

  • 12:40pm - 12:48pm - Jacobs Bakery, Aspley

Tuesday 23 March

  • 7:00am – 8:00am - Redcliffe train line – Kippa-Ring to Lawnton

  • 2:00pm – 3:00pm - Redcliffe train line – Lawnton to Kippa-Ring

  • 8:00 am - 8:29am - Café L’avenue, Carseldine

  • 12:00pm - 12:45pm - Sushi Train, Carseldine

Wednesday 24 March

  • 2:30pm – 3:30pm - Redcliffe train line – Lawnton to Kippa-Ring

Thursday 25 March

  • 1:25pm – 1.26pm - Gin Gin Public Toilet (male) opposite Gin Gin Bakery, Gin Gin

  • 1:26pm – 1:33pm - Gin Gin Bakery, Gin Gin

  • 2:35pm – 2:45pm - Miriam Vale Road Star Roadhouse (male toilet), Miriam Vale

  • 3.50pm - 4.00pm - Cold Rock Ice Creamery, Raby Bay

  • 4.30pm - 4.45pm - Woolworths, Cleveland

  • 5:45pm – 6:45pm - Redcliffe train line – Lawnton to Kippa-Ring

  • 8:00am - 8:29am - Café L’avenue, Carseldine

  • 12:34pm - 1:34pm - Café L’avenue, Carseldine

  • 6:30pm - 7:30pm - Hanwoori Korean BBQ Restaurant, Brisbane City

  • 6:19pm - 7:50pm - Wintergarden carpark, Brisbane City

Friday 26 March

  • 10.15am - 10.30am - Nurse Station cafe (Patrons), South Brisbane

  • 11.30am - 11.45am - SPAR Carina Megafresh, South Brisbane

  • 12:09pm – 12:33am - Coles, Stockland Gladstone, Gladstone Central

  • 12.55pm - 1.30pm - Woolworths, Coorparoo

  • 2:30pm – 3:30pm - Redcliffe train line – Lawnton to Kippa-Ring

  • 3:00pm – 3.20pm - Woolworths, Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre, Kippa-Ring

  • 4:46pm – 5:00pm - Stockland Gladstone (including BWS), Gladstone

Saturday 27 March

  • 12:50pm – 12:55pm - IGA Redcliffe, Redcliffe

Low risk contacts – monitor for symptoms

Tuesday 23 March

  • 3:00pm - 3:30pm - Outside Westpac, Peninsula Fair shopping Centre, Kippa-Ring

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