Queensland Health has added more locations to its health alert, following two new cases of coronavirus diagnosed within the state.
The two infections – which were announced yesterday morning – are contacts of existing cases, which authorities say is a good sign that community transmission may not have spread too far.
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However, all of south east Queensland remains on alert, with anyone who shows any symptoms urged to get tested immediately and isolate until they get their results.
A number of locations has been added to the list of places where infected people have visited, including supermarkets, a pharmacy, and a couple of restaurants.
The latest locations are below, while the full list can be found here.