Queensland Records Zero Locally-Acquired Cases Of COVID-19 After Delta Strain Scare
Queensland has recorded 0 new locally-acquired cases of COVID-19 on Saturday after a Delta strain scare in the week.
There was one case detected in hotel quarantine.
There have been 14,755 tests conducted in the past 24 hours and there are currently 39 active cases in the state.
Asplet, Ascot and Annerley are all listed as exposure sites, which included a Chemist Warehouse, a pharmacy and medical centre, and a cafe. Check out the full list here.
Three locally-acquired cases recorded on Thursday mean restrictions will remain across 11 LGAs until next Friday, which means another week of masks.
The mask mandate was due to end Friday 16.
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