South-East QLD Back On Alert After Exposure Sites Grow

Standing by for today's numbers


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The south-east is back on alert after another NSW truckie tested positive for the virus.

Health officials say the driver was infectious in the community on Sunday and Monday, visiting several stores at Westfield Garden City and a BP servo at Archerfield.

Officials say the truckie spent 2 days infectious in the community.

Who knows what that's going to mean for the border bubble as authorities hold further talks on the matter overnight.

Contact tracing lists are growing so we're urged to keep an eye on exposure sites. See the full list on theĀ Queensland Health website.

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Amber Lowther

9 September 2021

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