Contact tracing

Health alert – Queensland

Exposure sites

Queensland Health has identified a number of COVID-19 public exposure sites. View the list on the Queensland Health website.

If you have been in the Greater Brisbane Area in the past 14 days, check this page regularly for updates to see if you were at a COVID-19 exposure site.

If you were at a location listed on the Queensland Health contact tracing website and you are currently in SA you should:

  • Immediately self-quarantine for 14 days commencing the last day you were at the exposure site.
  • Get a COVID-19 test immediately and again on day 5 and day 12 of quarantine.
  • Contact SA Health at health.coronavirusenquiries@sa.gov.au and advise you were at a location.

Arrived to South Australia between Saturday 2 January and Thursday 7 January 2021

If you have been in the Greater Brisbane Area since Saturday 2 January and have travelled to South Australia between Saturday 2 January and Thursday 7 January 2021:

  • You must get a COVID-19 test immediately and again on 13 January.
  • You are strongly advised to self-isolate until you receive a negative test result.
    You do not need to self-isolate after your second test unless you have symptoms. 

Arriving to South Australia on Friday 8 January 2021

If you have been in the Greater Brisbane Area since Saturday 2 January and have travelled to South Australia on Friday 8 January 2021:

  • You must get a COVID-19 test immediately and again in 5 days and 12 days.
  • You are strongly advised to self-isolate until you receive a negative test result. You do not need to self-isolate after your second or third test unless you have symptoms.

Arriving to South Australia after 12.01am Saturday 9 January 2021

If you have been in the Greater Brisbane Area since Saturday 2 January and have travelled to South Australia from 12.01am Saturday 9 January 2021:

  • You are required to self-quarantine commencing on the date of your arrival in South Australia for 14 days, not counting the day of arrival.
  • You must get a COVID-19 test immediately within 24 hours, on day 5, and day 12.

The Greater Brisbane Area includes:

  • Brisbane City
  • Ipswich City
  • Logan City
  • Moreton Bay Regional
  • Redland City

Exclusions

  • Travellers via car are permitted to travel through Greater Brisbane to enter SA providing they do not stop in Greater Brisbane, wear a face mask if they come into contact with the public, and use the most direct route, only stopping for respite and essential purposes (such as fuel).
  • Travellers via plane are permitted to transit through Brisbane airport for no longer than 2 hours and must wear a face mask for the entirety of the time they are in transit.


Health alert – New South Wales

Visitors and travellers returning from New South Wales should visit the SA Health COVID-19 Health Alert page for New South Wales for more information on what you need to do, including if you need to self-isolate or get tested. 


Health alert — South Australia

There are no current contact tracing health alerts for locations in South Australia.

View historical contact tracing locations 15 days and older.

All South Australians should get tested for COVID-19 immediately if you have any symptoms, even if mild.

Symptoms include:

  • fever or chills
  • cough
  • sore throat
  • runny nose
  • shortness of breath
  • loss of taste or smell

If you’ve had a negative test before but develop new symptoms, you do need to have another test.

How does contact tracing work?