Queensland has recorded two new cases of COVID-19 on the eve of the possible easing of restrictions triggered by the Hotel Grand Chancellor cluster
Cyclone Kimi, which will deliver winds up to 150km/h, is set to track further south today, while the state’s southeast is on alert for severe thunderstorms.
Queensland is on track to lift all COVID-19 restrictions on Friday after one new case was recorded in hotel quarantine.
Australia’s Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly is expected to revoke Greater Brisbane’s status as a COVID-19 hotspot on Sunday.
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A police audit of CCTV footage from Brisbane’s quarantine hotels is underway in an urgent attempt to find ‘gaps’ in procedure.
The Premier has confirmed three new COVID-19 cases overnight but could face tough questions over the handling of two people in hotel quarantine who were able to leave before testing positive.
A drastic proposal to house international arrivals in Queensland “mining camps” is understood to have stumped the Morrison Government.
Queensland Health has confirmed that hotel quarantine staff can work multiple jobs but that ‘precautions’ were in place to protect other workplaces.