Queensland has reported zero new local cases of Covid-19, with the state yet to record any cases linked to the infected traveller who stopped over in the Brisbane Domestic Airport on Friday.
But Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said there were major concerns over a traveller who
arrived in the Northern Rivers region of NSW while infectious at the weekend.
NSW health authorities believe the person was infectious in the Tweed, Byron, and Ballina areas between Saturday and Monday.
Ms Palaszczuk said Qld health authorities will await the numbers at the 11am NSW press conference before making any decision on the state of the border bubble.
Camera IconPremier Annastacia Palaszczuk said Queensland crossed the 60 per cent first dose vaccination target after the Super Pfizer Weekend. Cody Fox Credit: Supplied
“We are going to wait to see what New South Wales does at 11 o’clock and we’ll listen to the advice from New South Wales, but we just need to be ready if New South Wales does anything in relation to that Byron Bay area, so please listen to updates from Queensland Health,” she said from Bundaberg.
One new case was recorded in hotel quarantine in Queensland in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.
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