11-14th August 2022

Stay COVID Safe

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Stay COVID Safe

Being COVID Safe is a shared responsibility. Thank you for following the COVID Safe practices when attending our Rodeo this year.

Mount Isa Mines Rodeo is delivered within Queensland Health’s COVID Safe Event Checklist framework. Patrons should register using the Check In Qld app when attending our event. Do not attend the event if you are experiencing symptoms. Our COVID safe planning will be modified to align with changing government directives. 

Remember To:

Stay home if you are unwell

Stay home if you are unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath.

Check Travel Restrictions

Check the latest travel restrictions to Queensland

Maintain social distancing

Keep 1.5m between yourself and others. You may attend events in your social or household group. Keep distance between yourself and other attendees.

Wash your hands regularly

Practice good hand hygiene. Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitiser where provided.

Download the Check in QLD app

Download the Queensland Government Check in QLD app

ATTENDING AN EVENT

COVID Safe messages

COVID Safe messages may be delivered before, during and after events. Listen out for information and follow the directions.

QR codes

Look for the QR code and register on arrival to events in public spaces.

COVID Safe signage

Look for COVID Safe signage and follow directions.

Feeling unwell during an event

If you become unwell during an event, locate event staff or first aid. In venues, approach a venue usher or staff member.

Right to refuse

Businesses have the right to refuse service and must insist that anyone displaying COVID-19 symptoms leaves the venue.

Do Not Attend If

Please do not attend Mount Isa Mines Rodeo if, in the past 14 days, you have:

  • returned to Australia from overseas (other than a safe travel zone country)
  • been in close contact with an active COVID-19 case
  • been in a Queensland declared COVID-19 hotspot, place of concern or exposure venue, as defined by the Chief Health Officer
  • had a fever, cough, sore throat, headache, distorted sense of taste, shortness of breath, chills, vomiting or any cold/flu like symptoms in the last 72 hours.