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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Southern Downs Regional Council encourages all residents to familiarise themselves with advice given directly by QLD Health

For health advice, please visit Other information can be found at

As more information is available through these channels, Southern Downs Regional Council will share this information and inform residents where to see the original content.

Please note – Queensland Border Restrictions and COVID-19 hotspots are subject to change by the Queensland Government.  Current requirements for domestic travellers and overseas arrivals can be found here (

Key Websites

Queensland Health -

Queensland Government -

World Health Organisation -

MyGov -

Smart Traveller -

Queensland Government Immediate Industry Recovery Package -

Red Cross -

Border Crossing Pass -

Public Health Directions -

Police Link -

Scam Watch -

Queensland Education - Frequently asked questions for parents -

Key Phone Numbers

Triple Zero, Emergency Help - Police, Fire and Ambulance 000
Lifeline Crisis Support and Suicide Prevention  13 11 14
Queensland Health - Non-urgent heath advice, 
complaints regarding persons who are breaching their quarantine, 
or self-isolation directions. 
13 43 25 84
Southern Downs Regional Council 1300 697 372

SDRC COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Plan (PPTX 790.2KB)

Closed Facilities

COVID-19 Factsheets

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

SDRC COVID-19 Updates

Reducing the spread of COVID-19

What to do Symptoms to look out for

- Clean your hands regularly with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rubs
Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or bent elbow when coughing or sneezing
Avoid touching your face, nose and mouth
Avoid shaking hands
Stay home if you are unwell
Avoid contact with anyone who is unwell - try to say 1.5m away from anyone coughing or sneezing

Looking after yourself by eating a healthy, balanced diet, getting regular physical activity, sleeping well and reducing stress is important all the time.

Most commonly reported symptoms of COVID-19 include:

- A fever (raised temperature)
- A cough
- Sore throat
- Fatigue
- Shortness of breath

Fit and healthy people may experience few to nearly no symptoms after contracting COVID-19.

Where can I find this information and more?

The above information has been sourced from Queensland Health.  You can find all this information and more at

You can also find other frequently asked questions at

COVID-19 Recovery Survey

From Wednesday 20 May 2020, Council will open small-scale Recovery Hub Centres in both Warwick and Stanthorpe to allow the Southern Downs community to reach out for assistance, discuss the impacts of COVID-19 and share ideas on Council’s role in the recovery efforts.

The hubs will operate for at least a month and will be located at the Stanthorpe Civic Centre Supper Room and the Warwick Town Hall.  Council will have specialised staff available to speak with alongside Portfolio Councillors. Social distancing will be maintained and bookings are required by phoning Council on 1300 MY SDRC (1300 697 372) or at

Council has established disaster recovery sub groups for Human & Social, Economic, Environmental, Buildings, Finance and Roads & Transport.

If you are unable to attend a Recovery Hub and wish to provide feedback to Council, please complete the

SDRC COVID-19 Recovery Survey (DOCX 804.9KB) and email to or complete the online form here.

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