COVID-19 (coronavirus)

The health and wellbeing of Queensland communities, particularly seniors and people with disability is our top priority during the coronavirus pandemic.

We are working closely with service providers to ensure that Queenslanders of all ages, backgrounds and abilities are safe and supported at this time.

Find out how you and your household can access essential services, healthcare and other support.

Health information

It is important that you have up-to-date information and the latest advice from health authorities including:


Find out how you, your family and friends can protect yourself and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Advice is available for:

People with disability

Information and advice for people with disability, their families and carers and resources for providers of essential services. Advice is available for:

Community support

The department's Community Recovery team is providing support and assistance to Queenslanders in self-quarantine due to COVID-19. Find detailed information about the help available to Queenslanders in need in response to the pandemic.

Community Recovery Hotline

People who have no other means of support can contact the Community Recovery Hotline for assistance. The hotline has been activated by the Queensland Government to assist people who are advised to self-isolate or quarantine at home by a medical professional, Queensland Health or through government direction and have no other mechanisms for support.

Community Recovery will work with partner organisations to arrange non-contact delivery of essential food and medication to people in quarantine with no other means of support.

Phone Community Recovery Hotline on 1800 173 349.

Care Army

The Care Army has been established to support Queenslanders who are most at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how to:

More information

Visit the Queensland Government COVID-19 website for news and updates, information about government actions, advice and support.