Queensland authorities are increasingly optimistic they have the upper hand on twoon Sunday.
All parts of Queensland are now out of lockdown afterstrain, and the Alpha strain was detected in the southeast.
they are not entirely out of the woods, but Sunday’s figures are excellent news.
“It appears everything is under control at this point, so we are very, very relieved about that,” Ms. Palaszczuk said as she reminded people in areas locked down to keep.
Authorities initially reported just two new cases on Sunday involving the Alpha strain linked to a cluster associated with a Greek community center and a Portuguese restaurant. The other was acquired overseas and.
Late on Sunday, a thirdtransmission linked to that same cluster. It will be formally .
From Friday, it will be mandatory for everyone to use the Queensland Check-In app when they visit businesses, including restaurants and bars, cafes, shopping centers, salons, gyms, stadiums, theme parks, and universities.
Heath Minister Yvette D’Ath said owners must enforce the requirement.
“Get that QR code up outside your business and also make sure that someone is checking thatyour supermarket, restaurant, cafe, business,” she said on Sunday.
ChiefJeannette Young also revealed a previously reported case involving a worker at Brisbane’s domestic airport was a false positive.
“We have gone and done repeat testing, multiple repeat, and it has confirmed that that was a false positive,” she said.
With the case added late on Sunday, Queensland has 47 active points.
Dr. Young was confident enough with the situation to let Sunday’s NRL match between the Broncos and Sharks proceed at Suncorp Stadium without.
She said the game was ticketed, and all attendees could be easily traced, with everyone forced to check in on arrival. There’s never been aat any Queensland stadium.
“I am as comfortable as I can be that they are no riskier I think safer than many of our indoor venues,” she said.David Crisafulli said Sunday’s numbers were very welcome, but small and family-owned businesses continue to hurt, especially during a lockdown and immediate aftermath.
He’s repeatedly demanded that the premier immediately stump up the money for smaller operators,was on its own in refusing to provide that support.
“Businesses are prepared to accept the health advice for the greater good, but when a decision is taken beyond their control, theyto know they don’t have to carry the full burden all on their own,” he said.
at 6 pm on Saturday and a day earlier for nine other local government areas in the southeast, Townsville, and Magnetic and Palm Islands.