Queensland is definitely closely monitoring its the southern part of boundary and will raise the penalty for anyone caught splitting rules to stop the distribute of COVID-19 since southern states face the surge of the CCP virus .

Legislation is going to be amended this week to expose a sanction of up to 6 months in prison for people who flout the public health directions.

The state’ s i9000 Deputy Premier Steven Kilometers told Queensland Parliament on July 14 it turned out the state government’ s “ strong health response” that will allowed people to get back to function and open up the economic climate sooner.

He or she noted that 851 verified COVID-19 cases came from interstate or overseas, with just 220 transmitted locally.

“ That underlines just how important our boundary restrictions have been— initial, on those who have travelled through China; second, on people who travelled overseas; and, 3rd, in March when we produced the difficult decision in order to close our domestic edges … ” the Mouthpiece Premier said.

Authorities are wary in regards to the outbreaks in Victoria as well as the cluster around The Crossroads Resorts in southwestern Sydney. Since Queensland’ s southern edge has reopened there is an improved risk of travellers using the virus to Queensland.

The state government may move to increase the penalty for anybody caught breaking the rules, along with Deputy Premier Steven Mls saying fines between $1300 and $4003 are not sufficient of a deterrent.

“ I hope that will show the public just how serious we have been about enforcing these procedures, ” he said upon July 14.