Queensland records 7th day of no new COVID-19 cases

Queensland has recorded another day with no new coronavirus, with the state now going a week without any new positive tests.

The state’s total remains at 1066.

“Today is our seventh day of no new coronavirus cases which is obviously a fantastic result,” Health Minister Steven Miles said.


“Since the start of the month when we went to stage two easing of restrictions we’ve had just eight new cases, six of them came from overseas and two from other states, so we’ve had no locally acquired cases all month.”

Just two of those cases remain active, both of those on the Gold Coast.

One person remains in hospital while the second is in isolation at home.

More than 334,000 tests have now been carried out across Queensland since the beginning out of the outbreak.

A total of 5885 tests were carried out in the last 24 hours.

Related: COVID-19 death toll rises as Vic cases continue to climb


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Great news. Now open the border to NT, WA, SA and Tasmania.