Sumary of ‘Sigh of relief’: Qld reports no new cases:
- Callum GoddeAAPCamera IconNo new cases of coronavirus have been detected in Queensland.
- Credit: AAPShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the LinkQueenslanders are breathing a sigh of relief, with the sunshine state recording no new COVID-19 cases and again dodging a lockdown.
- Deputy Premier Steven Miles confirmed Queensland reported no new infections on Sunday, after detecting five new cases on Saturday.
- “I know the last 24 hours Queenslanders have had their fingers and toes crossed, and it’s fantastic to bring news that we can breathe a sigh of relief,” he told reporters on Sunday.
- The man, who entered Queensland with two others on September 5, has since returned to NSW.
- Of the trio, two have since tested positive and Queensland Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young is now confident they are the source of the cluster.
- “There’s been minimal exposure from those two people, but people just need to be cautious,” Dr Young said.
- There were more than 12,000 people tested on Saturday, while about 18,000 Queenslanders also got a COVID-19 vaccine dose.