Non-essential sale participants from the Greater Brisbane area not permitted into MM sale complex

Magic Millions advised on Saturday morning that non-essential sale participants who have been in the Greater Brisbane are will not be permitted to  entry the Magic Millions sale complex at Blundall, alongside the Gold Coast Racecourse. 

This is following the Greater Brisbane lockdown for three days by the Queensland government due to case of Covid-19 with the UK variant.

The sale company said in a statement that 'essential sale participants who have been in Greater Brisbane (local government areas of Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Ipswich, Redlands and Logan) on or since 2 January will be permitted entrance onto the Magic Millions Sales Complex and will be required to wear a mask.

'Upon entry to the complex, all visitors are required to use the dedicated contact tracing app to register and verify their eligibility to gain access.

The company defines essential sale participants to include vendors and vendor staff, purchasers, trainers, bloodstock agents, syndicators and persons essential to the safe conduct of the sale. It did not say how long the restriction will continue for.