Queensland’s run of no new COVID-19 cases continues

Queensland has recorded its sixth straight day with no new coronavirus cases.

There are also now just two people across the State who still have the virus, both on the Gold Coast.

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


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More than 300,000 Queenslanders have now been tested since the beginning of the outbreak, including more than 3000 on Monday.

“Queensland’s success is what has allowed us to open up, allowed more businesses to open up, allowed more people to get back to work,” Health Minister Steven Miles said.

There are still 2931 people in quarantine across Queensland, including 465 on the Gold Coast.

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