COVID-19 photo diary


Moments of human conditions.

The life during the COVID-19 crisis in Brisbane and Queensland (Australia).


28 May 2020

NRL (National Rugby League) is the first major sport in Australia and one of the first in the World to resume the championship after the peak of the pandemic.

Parramatta Eels beat Brisbane Broncos 34-6 in reboot.

There was no crowds but I met a very loud Eels supporter Glenn.

Even The Wally Lewis statue got a face mask.

Australia has recorded a total 7165 cases of COVID-19, with 1058 in Queensland.

25 May 2020

Year 2 to Year 10 Queensland students return to their classrooms, after 8 weeks at home (5 weeks of home-based learning plus 3 weeks school holiday).

Teachers are happy and holding welcome back signs.

Kindy, prep, Year 1, Year 11 and Year 12 students returned to school on May 11.

No new cases today as Queensland's case total remains at 1056, with just 12 active cases. 

Australia has 7,109 confirmed cases, 102 have died from COVID-19. More than 1,224,500 tests have been conducted across the country.

21 May 2020

Roads get busier as more people going back to work.

Australia has recorded 7079 cases of COVID-19 so far with 100 death.

The country has 650 active cases, with 45 of them in the hospital.

Queensland has no new cases today and recorded 1058 cases.

16 May 2020

There is a 3 steps restriction ease in Queensland, STEP ONE from today.

With dining in at restaurants, pubs and clubs with a maximum of 10 patrons at a time being permitted.

Businesses are required to have a COVID-safe plan in place with many establishments requiring bookings ahead of time Up to 10 people will be allowed to gather outside for recreational activity.

People will also be able to travel up to 150km for day trips. Gathering in homes: maximum 5 visitors are allowed from separate households.

Queensland has one new confirmed case of COVID-19 today.

Currently, 1,007 of the 1,055 confirmed cases had recently travelled overseas or interstate, or had close contact with a confirmed case, such as their partner or flatmate.

A total of 151,854 tests for COVID-19 have been undertaken in Queensland, with 3,241 tests undertaken in the previous 24 hours.

A total of 7,036 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Australia, including 98 deaths and 6,362 have been reported as recovered from COVID-19.


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