Good news for those who enjoy their fix of a 5km social run on Saturday mornings - parkrun is returning to Queensland.
Parkrun Australia said that following extensive discussions with the Queensland Department of Sport and Recreation, they had approval to reopen all parkrun events in Queensland on November 28.
"When events reopen in Queensland they will each be required to display a unique QR code for contact tracing purposes and we will be strongly encouraging all participants to sign in, Parkrun Australia said.
"This system currently exists for parkruns in New Zealand and the ACT and is working effectively."
It's great news for Mount Isa and Cloncurry parkruns which have been forced to stop due to the pandemic since March 21.
Both local parkruns say they will be back on November 28 starting at 7am.
The Mount Isa one is held at Tharrapatha Way (corner Urquhart St and Davis Rd) while the Cloncurry one is at Mary Kathleen Park.
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