Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced that Anzac Day Dawn Services, marches and public commemorations will take place as usual in 2021.
Ms Palaszczuk announced the news on her social media, saying that during this time of dispute, Queenslanders did everything they could to protect one another.
« We did it in wartime and we are doing it now through the global pandemic, » she wrote.
« Because we have worked together to ensure safety, this year we can safely gather to mark the sacrifices of those who have served. »
Due to the 2020 COVID restrictions, thousands of Australians have been asked to stay home on Anzac Day and instead stand in their driveways at dawn and light candles to show their respect.
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