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Anzac Day events to go ahead in Queensland as Chief Health Officer hopes life can ‘return to normal’

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Queensland authorities are working to “quite rapidly” return to a normal way of life from COVID-19 restrictions, with the Premier today announcing ANZAC Day events could go ahead “as normal”.

It comes as the state records another day of no new cases and the vaccine roll out ramps up.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today announced ANZAC Day services, parades and commemorations will be held as normal this year.

Last year’s restrictions saw thousands of Queenslanders stand on their driveways and light candles to pay their respects.

“Initially we were looking at alternative venues, whether we could do the march around a stadium, around the EKKA, and when we presented this to Dr Young, Dr Young said, ‘Everything can…



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