Park run, sporting fields among new exposure venues in Brisbane

Queensland Health has this evening confirmed new COVID-19 exposure sites across Brisbane in Karana Downs, Seventeen Mile Rocks and the domestic airport.

The state today recorded 10 new local cases, all linked to the Indooroopilly cluster.

Of those, only two had been in the community while infectious, for just one day.

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The Park Run at Rocks Riverside Park, Seventeen Mile Rocks and the Lions Rugby Union Club sports field, including teams and coaching staff from 8.30am to 10am on July 31 have been listed as close contact exposure sites.

Anyone who was there at the specified times must get tested, complete the online contact tracing form on the Queensland Health website and immediately go into home quarantine for 14 days even after they receive a negative result.

The Brisbane domestic airport has also been listed as a low-risk site on July 29 from 7.54am to 9am.

The full list of exposure sites and times can be found at the Queensland Health website.

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