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Palaszczuk Government’s response to Frecklington’s 4 stage plan

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The Palaszczuk Government has responded to comments made earlier this week by Queensland Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington, about her four-stage plan for the re-opening of the Queensland economy to give businesses certainty.

A Palaszczuk Government spokesperson said that the Premier continues to act on the latest health advice to slow the movement of COVID-19.

‘Cross border travel is already permitted for purposes like obtaining essential goods or services and the movement of freight,’ said the spokesperson.

‘The Prime Minister has already flagged that the National Cabinet will consider the further easing of restrictions this week.’

The border area, in general, appears to be starting a rollback of COVID-19 related restrictions with the Tweed Council’s plan to reopen beaches.


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