“If we can agree on how that would work to keep the community safe, that’s great.
“If they want to play more games here, we’ve welcomed sport of all different kinds here in Queensland and we’re happy to do that as long as we can reach an agreement on how that is COVID-safe.”
Dr Young said the same bubble process and conditions used to allow interstate AFL, NRL and netball teams to come into Queensland, would be enforced for the Australian cricket team.
“I know that those cricket matches that have been played in other states, those cricket players have been part of a bubble, and we have had that experience before,” she said.
“If the decision is for the match to go ahead in the current arrangements – and they have not yet been decided – they…
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