Two more potential exposure sites at Brisbane Airport, Qld check-in app becomes mandatory

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Officials have added two more potential exposure sites at Brisbane airport visited by a man who tested positive to COVID-19.

The man and his travel partner arrived from high-risk Papua New Guinea and were mistakenly allowed into a 'green zone' where hundreds of passengers were preparing to fly to New Zealand.

Queensland Health called for anyone who attended Hudson's coffee stand and the adjacent seating area between and or the male toilets next to Gate 79 between and to self-isolate and have a test.

Queensland's COVID check-in app is mandatory for all hospitality venues from today.

The state government believes the tracing app will act as a crucial frontline tool for containing outbreaks.

More than million QLD residents downloaded the app since February and over 18 million check-ins have been recorded.

It will ease significant pressure on small businesses recording data by paper or through a third-party app.
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