The Queensland Premier has reassured locals she will not rush to shut the border to New South Wales after the state recorded it’s first local COVID-19 case in 26 days.
A Sydney hotel quarantine worker tested positive to the virus on Wednesday night, with NSW today likely to find out the source of the infection.
Doctors are trying to work out whether the woman has an overseas strain of the virus or a local strain.
ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER THIS ADVERTISEMENT
Appearing on the TODAY Show this morning, Premier
The Premier said the state is keeping a close eye on the situation and will let people know if anything changes.
But she said there would have to be a “very large outbreak” for them to close the borders again.