Page last updated: 20 Oct 2021 10:53am
Close and casual contact exposure locations
If you are an ACT resident currently in the ACT and have been to one of the following close contact exposure locations at the dates and times specified below, you must:
- complete an online declaration form within 24 hours from the commencement of the Areas of Concern notice
- immediately quarantine for 14 days since you were last at the exposure location
- get tested for COVID-19, regardless of whether you have any symptoms or not.
If you are an ACT resident who is not currently in the ACT and you have been to one of the close contact exposure locations you must follow public health requirements of the jurisdiction you are in.
If you wish to return to the ACT, you must seek an exemption from the jurisdiction that you are in. ACT Health is also asking ACT residents who are not in the ACT to seek an exemption from ACT Health prior to entering the ACT, so that we can assist you with your safe return to the ACT. Quarantine requirements will apply.
If you will be leaving an area subject to a stay-at-home requirement, the stay-at-home requirements will also apply to you.
This includes people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
If you are a non-ACT resident who has been to a close contact exposure location, you must not enter the ACT unless you obtain an exemption before arriving. If you’re a non-ACT resident and you’re already in the ACT, you must comply with the requirements for ACT residents above.
Gate 24, Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, Airport Drive
9 Oct 2021
Transiting and travel for ACT border residents
If you are transiting through an area under travel requirements and entering the ACT, transiting through the ACT, or if you are an ACT border resident a standing exemption may apply. For more information, please visit the standing exemptions page.