Queensland records no new COVID-19 cases, recent outbreaks 'closed' as Minister apologises for border rules confusion

Queensland records no new COVID-19 cases, recent outbreaks 'closed' as Minister apologises for border rules confusion

Queensland records no new COVID-19 cases, recent outbreaks 'closed' as Minister apologises for border rules confusion The threat from Queensland's latest COVID scares has been declared over by authorities with the good news coming as the Health Minister apologised for confusion over border rules. The state has recorded no new community cases and there are just five active cases in the state. Acting Chief Health Officer Peter Aitken said it had been a "week of good things" — the state hit the 85 per cent first dose mark and reached 7 million vaccine doses. He said in a weekly record, 12,000 First Nations peoples were vaccinated. "The other part of good news is that we have reached 14 days without cases being infectious in the community in both Gold Coast …
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