BREAKING: Annastacia Palaszczuk announces she will open up the state before Christmas as she warns Queenslanders 'this is your LAST CHANCE' to get jabbed

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 Queensland will reopen within a month to visitors from interstate hotspots

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said fully vaccinated visitors from interstate hot spots would be welcomed back within a month and that quarantine would not be required for visitors by Christmas. 

The state had been under pressure to announce a road map to reopen as vaccination rates increase and NSW and Victoria begin to emerge from lockdown.

Queensland recorded no new community-acquired cases for a 13th consecutive day on Monday.

Chief Health officer Dr Jeannette Young had signalled a change of tone yesterday when she said that Queenslanders ‘need to regain our full lives again’. 

‘We have done so well … but it’s time for us to normalise this,’ Dr Young said.

Ms Palaszczuk announced 72.26 percent of Queenslanders had now received a first dose of vaccine, with 56.58 per cent fully vaccinated. 

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