More exposure sites have been identified on the Gold Coast amid concerns there are more COVID cases in the community.
They include areas of Gold Coast Airport from Monday as families reunited on the first day of borders reopening.
The arrivals lounge and baggage carousel has been listed as a low-risk exposure site between 2.25pm and 2.45pm.
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Anyone who was there at that time should get tested but does not need to isolate.
Queensland Health has also listed the Woolworth at Robina Town Centre as an exposure site on Monday afternoon between 4pm and 4.40pm.
The EMF Performance Centre at Robina is also listed between 5pm and 6.15pm.
People who were at the venues at those times are only deemed to be casual contacts.
They will need to get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.
It’s not clear if the new exposure sites are connected to a new case of COVID on the Gold Coast with health officials to provide an update later on Thursday morning.
It comes after a flight from Melbourne to the Gold Coast was identified as an exposure site after an infected person flew into Queensland on Tuesday.
Jetstar Flight JQ430 landed on the Gold Coast just after 9.30am on Tuesday.
Passengers in rows 22 to 28 have been deemed as close contacts and will have to isolate for 14 days.
All other passengers have been classified as casual contacts and will need to get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.