Good news for Queensland overnight, with no new concerning infections and confirmation that Cairns’ lockdown will end this afternoon as planned.
There were four new local cases diagnosed, but all were in home quarantine during their infectious periods and all are linked to the Indoorapilly cluster.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is elated.
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It means there’s been no new cases in Cairns, despite there being two local infections up there.
The region will come out of the snap three-day lockdown from 4.00 pm this afternoon, as planned.
However, Chief Health Officer Jeanette Young says some restrictions will remain in place as an extra precaution.
It comes as Brisbane’s mass vaccination hub opens today, with 1,500 people booked in to get their jabs.
All Queenslanders are now being urged to come forward and register for an appointment.
There are now 156 active infections around the whole of Queensland.
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