Public Health Alert issued for Goodna, Redbank and Redbank Plains

Queensland Health have confirmed one new case of COVID-19 in Queensland today who is an overseas arrival already in quarantine.

There are currently 31 active cases.

Two pop-up clinics have been stood up for additional testing as a Public Health Alert was issued for Goodna, Redbank and Redbank Plains.

Anyone who has been to these suburbs in the last 14 days should monitor their health and if they develop any COVID-19 symptoms, even mild, get tested and isolate until they receive their test result

A testing clinic has been set up in the carpark of the Westminster Warriors Soccer Club in the Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve off Moreton Avenue (pictured).

It will be open Tuesday 15 September until 5pm.

The other pop-up testing clinic will be at the Bundamba Salvation Army Church Hall on the corner of Brisbane Road and Coal Street, Bundamba.

It will be open Tuesday 15 September until 4.30pm.

Both clinics are free drop-in clinics, you are not required to have a referral or appointment but Queensland Health has asked that you bring your Medicare card if you have one.

West Moreton Health reminds people to dress comfortably for the weather including a hat and sunscreen and to also bring water and snacks in case you have to wait.

Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever (or history of a fever), cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, fatigue or loss of taste or smell.

Fever clinics and testing locations:

For the latest contact tracing locations click here.

For information about COVID-19 in other languages, click here.

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