Enjoying the day with Tanya and Dad (Harry Robson) at the Burpengary Pony Club ...
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Update to Greater Brisbane lockdown and new restrictions.BREAKING: The lockdown ends at 6pm tonight, but some precautions will remain in Greater Brisbane for 10 days until 1am on Friday, 22 January.• You must carry a mask at all times.• Masks must be worn in indoor places including shopping centres and supermarkets, gyms, places of worship, libraries, public transport, and taxis and rideshare vehicles.• Masks must be worn in workplaces if social distancing isn’t possible and it’s safe to do so.• You don’t need to wear a mask in private vehicles, while outdoors at a safe distance from other people or if you’re outside doing strenuous exercise.• Businesses and venues can have one person per 4m² indoors and one person per 2m² outdoors. • Smaller venues up to 200m² can have one person per 2m² up to a maximum of 50.• You must be seated to eat and drink, and no dancing is allowed except at weddings.• Gatherings are restricted to 20 people in homes and public spaces.• Weddings and funerals can have up to 100 people, and dancing is allowed at weddings without restrictions.• Indoor concert venues and theatres can operate at 50% capacity or one person per four square metres, whichever is greater.• Outdoor stadiums can operate at 50% capacity with COVID-safe plans.• Restrictions on visits to hospitals, aged care, disability accommodation and prisons will remain. ...
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We've been getting this question a lot 🚗The answer is yes ✅We're asking you to wear a mask in the car because a consistent approach helps keep people safe. We want you to wear a mask when you leave home - by whatever means, for whatever reason. Walk, drive or cycle - put a mask on when you leave home and keep it on, unless you're taking it off for an allowed purpose. If everyone in Greater Brisbane gets in the habit of putting a mask on whenever they leave home, we're more likely to keep it on - and that's the thing that will help keep people safe and reduce the likelihood of a longer lockdown. ...
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Update to restrictions and the Local Government areas affected. ...
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ATTENTION: as of 6pm tonight, Brisbane is entering a 3 day lockdown. Please see below for further information. After 6pm tonight, if you leave the house you MUST wear a mask.BREAKING: Following a confirmed case of the highly infectious UK coronavirus strain, Greater Brisbane will be entering a three day lockdown.From 6pm tonight until 6pm Monday, residents in the local government areas of Brisbane, Ipswich, Moreton Bay, Logan and Redlands can only leave home for one of these four reasons:1. To buy essentials such as groceries or medications2. Work or study if you can’t do either from home3. Exercise in your local area 4. Healthcare or to provide help, care or supportResidents of these areas must also wear masks everywhere except at home.These measures are tough, but they are important to keep our community safe.#covid19 ...
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New Queensland restrictions in place effective immediately.BREAKING: Immediate changes to COVID restrictions.A cleaner working at a Brisbane quarantine hotel has tested positive for the UK strain of COVID-19.The Chief Health Officer has ordered immediate steps to protect vulnerable members of the community.Restrictions now apply to the Metro North, Metro South and West Moreton Hospital and Health Service regions.• No visitors to aged care• No visitors to hospitals• No visitors to disability accommodation• No visitors to prisons or youth detention centresAnyone with symptoms is urged to get tested.A 24-hour fever clinic is operating at 51 McKechnie Drive, Eight Mile Plains.A full list of testing clinics is available here:bit.ly/QLDfeverclinics ...
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Wishing all our family & friends a very happy and safe new years. Thanks for everyone's support over 2020 and we hope that 2021 is much better year for everyone! ...
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Moreton Bay First Aid Volunteers
From our MBFAV family to yours, we wish you a very Merry Christmas. For those missing out on family time due to COVID, we hope you are able to interact with family on some level during the break.Thank you for all your support during a very different year. We do what we do because we love supporting the community and without your support we wouldn't be able to do what we do!Stay safe over the festive break (not like the poor Elf!!) and we are all looking forward to seeing everyone in the new year! ...
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And that's a wrap for 2020. Our last training night for 2020 was a social event with a look back on photos from the year, presentations and a spread of festive food and drink!We completed 80 events through the year (even with having 4 months off during COVID) with our volunteers completing 1600+ hours. An awesome effort from the entire team. President Simon presented members who completed over 100 hours with a certificate of appreciation. The President's Award went to a very deserving candidate - Tom Johnson (well done Tom!).Thanks again to all our vollies for everything you do.Another massive shout out to all our sponsors who have supported us this year. Without your support this year would have been so much harder.Laurie from Burpengary Storage, Jason from Raw Skips, the guys from Caboolture Signs and Darren from Saltspray Photographics.From all of us at MBFAV, we wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year ...
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