Queensland authorities are fighting to contain a Covid-19 outbreak in the south-east of the state stemming from the Brisbane youth detention centre at Wacol. While no children detained at the centre have yet contracted the virus, workers and their families have created a small community cluster.

To contain the outbreak, Queensland authorities have released a list of hotspots where Covid-positive people visited while infectious.

Those who attended some locations must isolate immediately for 14 days. Others will be contacted by members of the public health team to discuss next steps.

More detailed information is available on the Queensland government website. This list will be updated as more locations are added or removed.

Hotspot locations

All passengers sitting in rows 25 to 29 on flight VA962 from Brisbane to Sydney on 17 August must isolate immediately for 14 days. If they develop symptoms they must get tested.

All other passengers on board the flight should monitor for symptoms.

Public health officials will be also contacting all those who dined at the Jam Pantry cafe in Greenslopes on 16 August between 9.45am and 11am.

Those who attended the cafe outside those hours should monitor for symptoms.

Potential hotspot locations

According to the Queensland government, everyone who attended these locations during the listed time should monitor for Covid symptoms and immediately get tested if they develop.

8 September

Hungry Jack’s Town Square Redbank Plains Shopping Centre, Redbank Plains: 8pm to 1am

St Edmund’s College, Ipswich: morning to afternoon

Super IGA Supermarket, Russell Island: 8.00am-8.30am

Coles, Karalee: 9.30am-10.15am

Ipswich Garden Centre, Raceview: 12.30pm-1.30pm

Westfield Garden City – Pandora, Mount Gravatt: 11.20am to 11.31am

Westfield Garden City – Taylormade Memorabilia, Mount Gravatt: 11.45am to 11.59am

3 September

Super IGA Supermarket, Russell Island: 12.00pm-2.00pm

Russell Island Pharmacy, Russell Island: morning

Orion Springfield Central shopping centre – Big W, Springfield Central: 12.33pm to 12.42pm

Orion Springfield Central shopping centre – City Beach, Springfield Central: 12.42pm to 12.59pm

Orion Springfield Central shopping centre – Woolworths, Springfield Central: 1:02pm to 1.13pm

Orion Springfield Central shopping centre – Stacks Discount Variety, Springfield Central: 1.14pm to 1.19pm

Orion Springfield Central shopping centre – Peter McMahon’s Swim Factory, Springfield Central: 4pm to 4.30pm

1 September

Canaipa Nursery & Tea Centre, Russell Island: 12.00pm-12.30pm

Super IGA Supermarket, Russell Island: 12.40pm-12.50pm

Passenger Ferry: Russell Island to Redland Bay: 1.30pm-2.10pm

Passenger Ferry: Redland Bay to Russell Island: 4.00pm-4.30pm

Woolworths, Yamanto: 11am to 11.15am

Country Market, Yamanto: 11.20am to 11.40am

Priceline, Yamanto: 11.40am to 11.45am

Woolworths, Yamanto: 12pm to 12.20pm

Dominos, Yamanto: 11.45am to 12.30pm

Crossacres Garden Centre, Doolandella: 12pm to 12.15pm

Ikea Logan, Springwood: 9.45am to 10.15am

Spa Choice, Springwood: 10.30am to 11am

Fantastic Furniture, West Ipswich: 11am to 11.10am

Spotlight, West Ipswich: 10am to 10.20am

Dosa Hut, Springfield: 11.55am to 12pm

Indian Spice Shop, Springfield: 12pm to 12.05pm

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