No new COVID-19 cases in QLD as State awaits border decision

Queensland has recorded another day with no new corornavirus cases, as the Premier prepares to make her long-awaited announcement on the State’s borders.

It’s the fourth straight day with no positive tests, with the State’s overall total remaining at 1067.

Just two cases remain active in Queensland, including one on the Gold Coast.


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Almost 365,000 tests have now been carried out across the State since the beginning of the pandemic.

There are still 3,865 people under quarantine notices in Queensland, 578 of those on the Gold Coast.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will hold a media conference at 2pm to announce the Government’s decision on whether Queensland’s borders will reopen on July 10.

It’s expected that will either be delayed, or Victorians will remain locked out.

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