An event on the Gold Coast has been cancelled and the city is under Covid alert because an infected flight attendant visited Dreamworld and a restaurant in the city last week.
TONES and I cancelled the outdoor event originally scheduled for Saturday night at HOTA.
Just as the city was on Covid alert, after an infected flight attendant was found to have visited Dreamworld and a restaurant in the city last week, the authorities are preparing to respond to the increasing demand for testing.
Due to the Covid outbreak restricting the travel of the lead singer and his staff, Tones’ management and I cancelled the outdoor performance.
They stated that the ticket buyer will receive a refund and their box office team will contact you, but the refund may take up to 20 days.
The management stated: “Because another COVID outbreak restricted the travel of Tones and her staff, we had to cancel this show, which made us very frustrated.”
“Most of the staff at Tones, including the choir, are in Sydney, located in the red zone and unable to travel.
“We have exhausted all angles to keep the show going, but to no avail. This is completely beyond our control and we are all hollowed out.
“You can get a full refund from where you bought it, and we will provide T-shirts and digital downloads for customers who choose it.
“I sincerely hope that we can organize more shows for you this year. Until then, please pay attention to safety and take care of each other.”
The three-hour performance was originally scheduled to start at HOTA at 6:30 pm on Saturday.
There were no new local cases in Queensland overnight.
The Gold Coast is on Covid alert. After it was discovered that an infected flight attendant had visited Dreamworld and a restaurant in the city last week, the authorities were prepared to respond to the increased demand for testing.
Health authorities are scrambling to track the movements of a QantasLink crew member who was “possibly infectious” on six flights across the state.
From July 11th to 12th, the flight attendant worked on multiple flights between Brisbane, Longridge, Gladstone and Hervey Bay.
Koi, located in the center of the Broadbeach dining area, has been listed by contact tracers as a high-risk “close contact” exposure location. Anyone who visited between 1:00 pm and 2:50 pm on Wednesday, July 14 will be immediately quarantined.
The Queensland Department of Health has urged anyone visiting Koi to take private transportation to go directly to your home or residence and be quarantined; take the test as soon as possible; fill out the online contact tracking form on the Queensland Health website or call 134 COVID (134 268) ).
Anyone present at the time should continue to be quarantined even after receiving a negative result. After completing the contact tracing form, the Queensland Department of Health will contact you.
A Koi spokesperson stated that the restaurant is still open, following all instructions from the Queensland Department of Health and is tracing contacts.
Dreamworld stated that the Queensland Department of Health has notified them that a person who visited the park between 10.30am and 2pm last Friday (July 16) has since tested positive for the virus.
Last Friday, Dreamworld was listed as a low-risk exposure website.
“The top priority of Dream World is the health and safety of guests and team members. The park is operated in accordance with the COVID safety plan approved by the Queensland Department of Health,” the theme park said in a statement to inform guests.
“The members of the Dreamworld team who had direct contact with the positive guests are being identified and are required to be isolated immediately and provide negative test results before returning to work.”
Anyone who visits Dreamworld between 10:30 am and 2 pm on Friday, July 16, should be tested, but unless you have symptoms, you do not need to be quarantined.
If you develop symptoms, please isolate at home until you receive a negative result and continue to monitor your symptoms. If you develop symptoms, please get tested and
Isolate until you receive a negative result.
Dreamworld plans to send emails to guests who attended that day, which may be relatively quiet given that this is a working day outside of school holidays.
Workers who have been in contact with the woman will be tested and stay at home until the test result is negative.