NRL head of football Graham Annesley says they have a range of contingency plans in place for the Canberra Raiders' trip to the Gold Coast. At the time of writing, the Raiders will still travel to face the Titans as planned - they fly into Gold Coast airport and don't go anywhere near Brisbane - with the game to be played on the Gold Coast on Saturday night. The Queensland government announced a three-day lockdown on Monday, with the ACT government introducing testing and quarantine requirements for anyone who has been in the greater Brisbane area. At this stage the Gold Coast was not part of either measures. Annesley wouldn't be drawn on what the contingency plans were because of the quickly changing nature of the coronavirus landscape.