Queensland Police ramp up COVID checks in the South East under lockdown | 7NEWS

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Queensland Police have ramped up random licence checks on the road under the South East’s COVID lockdown.

Drivers can expect to be pulled over to ensure they’re out and about for the right reasons, with residents only allowed out for specific reasons including essential work and stocking up on food.

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