Queensland Has Recorded No Locally-Acquired Cases Of COVID-19
5 in hotel quarantine
Queensland has recorded no new locally-acquired COVID-19 cases on Sunday.
There is one new positive case which tested positive while in New South Wales and will be counted in their numbers.
They flew from Sydney to Ballina earlier this month, and was collected by last week's positive flight attendant case before they drove to Queensland.
The case has been active in and around Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
Five new cases have been picked up in hotel quarantine from overseas overnight.
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