Tue. Dec 7th, 2021

Queensland Health has released new COVID-19 exposure sites on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane with more coming after a man who was contagious in the community for up to 10 days tested positive for the virus.

Health director Jeannette Young said not all places the man visited were yet known to authorities because the man was feeling so bad that he had difficulty communicating with contact trackers.

The man in his 30s was unvaccinated.

He has been put on oxygen at Robina Hospital.

The new locations identified by Queensland Health include close contact and casual contact points on Broadbeach on the Gold Coast as well as Stafford, Richlands and Acacia Ridge in Brisbane.

As always, be sure to check the health advice in the table below (click “More” if you are on a mobile device) to see what to do if you have visited one of the sites classified as close contact, random contact or low risk contact.

The list of Queensland Health contact tracking sites is updated regularly as new information becomes available.

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