- Jul 15, 2014
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
All of Melbourne's 31 local government areas have been declared COVID-19 hotspots for Queenslanders, meaning anyone who travels to the city must self-quarantine for 14 days on their return to Queensland.
On Sunday morning Queensland Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young updated the list of hotspots, adding all of Melbourne's local government areas and another five council areas bordering that city.
Anyone who travels to the city must now self-quarantine on their return to Queensland following a spike in cases in Melbourne.
So what does this mean for our Round 5 Queensland game against West Coast? We don’t have 14 days left to self-isolate before playing them, so it would be interesting to see what happens. Does this game get moved to Melbourne or do we both travel to play in Sydney instead? Doubt that West Coast would be happy playing a home game against us in Melbourne tbh.