The Queensland Police Service (QPS) is providing ongoing support to Queensland Health as part of a co-ordinated whole of government response to the COVID-19 situation.
Under the provisions of the Public Health Act, police officers can take enforcement action against anyone who is failing to comply with public health directions set out by the Chief Health Officer.
An integral part of the QPS response is to ensure compliance with directions particularly around self-isolation, state borders, non-essential business activity, home confinement, movement and gathering.
Officers can also issue on the spot fines of $1334 for individuals and $6,672 for corporations which fail to abide by the health directions.
QPS COVID-19 response statistics
The following preliminary statistics are current as at: 12:01am Monday, April 27.
Cumulative total since March 27
Breach of public health directions infringement notices
Compliance checks conducted on individuals in quarantine
Compliance checks conducted on non-essential businesses
Vehicles intercepted at state borders
Vehicles turned around at state borders
People directed to quarantine at state road borders
Domestic airport passengers arriving into Queensland
Domestic airport passengers directed to quarantine
People refused entry to Qld at domestic airports
Please note: Police Media is unable to provide district-specific statistics.