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COVID-19 UPDATE - one new case

Posted: 10am 29 Sep 2021

One new community case of COVID-19 has been discovered in Queensland in the last 24 hours.

Health Minister Yvette D’Ath, the State Member for Redcliffe, said it was a close contact of the aviation training facility worker from Eatons Hill.

However, the new community case is a man in his 50s living on the Gold Coast and as a result addition mask-wearing restrictions now apply to that council area.

'See what risk is'

Dr Jeanette Young said the man had two doses of vaccine and had been in the Gold Coast area while infectious.

“We need to work through and see what the risk is,” Dr Young said.

Gold Coast now joins Brisbane City and Moreton Bay Local Government Areas (LGAs) as areas where masks must be worn indoors and outdoors if social distancing is not possible.

New restrictions

There are also additional restrictions on access to hospitals, aged care facilities, disability and correctional services facilities on the Gold Coast.

A second case was reported, but the truck driver, who has visited the Gold Coast, tested positive in New South Wales and will be added to that state’s figures.

Minister D’Ath said the situation was being monitored “very closely” but the strain is linked to interstate and overseas cases, not any COVID cases in Queensland.

Minister D’Ath said Queensland now had 18 active COVID-19 nfections, 11,208 tests were carried out yesterday and 21,713 vaccinations administered.

'Today is the day'

To date, 64.85 per cent of eligible Queenslanders have now had the first dose of vaccine and 45.6 per cent have received two doses.

“Today is the day you should go out and get tested,” the minister said. “Don’t wait. This is how we protect our community.’

Dr Young said it was “really, really important” people were vaccinated adding the state had “plenty of vaccine”.

Police continue to check all vehicles and people entering the state.

Latest exposure sites:

Exposure datePlaceSuburbExposure timesCategory
Friday 17 September 2021Qantas flight QF516
Sydney to Brisbane
Sydney to Brisbane10.06am - 11.12amClose contact
Friday 17 September 2021Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal
Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport11.25am - 12.57pmLow risk contact
Friday 17 September 2021Jetstar flight JQ484
Newcastle to Brisbane
Newcastle to Brisbane3.54pm - 4.45pmClose contact
Friday 17 September 2021Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal
Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport4.57pm - 9.30pmLow risk contact
Friday 17 September 2021Toilet next to Gate 25, opposite BNE News Shop, Level 2
Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport5pm - 5.10pmCasual contact
Friday 17 September 2021South Food court, Level 2 (Virgin end of terminal)
Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport5.10pm - 6.10pmCasual contact
Friday 17 September 2021BNE News Shop, Level 2, between gate 25 and 36 (next to Krispy Kreme)
Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport6.45pm - 6.55pmClose contact
Friday 17 September 2021Toilet adjacent to Gate 25 seating area
Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport7.30pm - 9.05pmCasual contact
Friday 17 September 2021Gate 25
Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport7.30pm - 9.05pmClose contact
Friday 17 September 2021BNE News Shop, Level 2, between gate 25 and 36 (next to Krispy Kreme)
Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, Airport Drive
Brisbane Airport8.55pm - 9pmClose contact
Tuesday 21 September 2021Hill Station Restaurant and Café (Indoor only)
1/119 Leichardt Street, Spring Hill
Spring Hill11.20am - 12.45pmClose contact
Tuesday 21 September 2021Domino's Pizza
Domino's Pizza Spring Hill, 1c/74 Little Edward St
Spring Hill5.35pm - 5.50pmCasual contact
Wednesday 22 September 2021Hill Station Restaurant and Café (Outdoor)
1/119 Leichardt Street, Spring Hill
Spring Hill10.45am - 11.30amCasual contact
Wednesday 22 September 2021Domino's Pizza
Domino's Pizza Spring Hill, 1c/74 Little Edward St
Spring Hill11.25pm - 11.45pmCasual contact
Thursday 23 September 2021Mother Duck Childcare & Kindergarten Eatons Hill
6-12 Bunya Park Dr
Eatons Hill7.25am - 8amCasual contact
Thursday 23 September 2021Brands Pharmacy
2 Spring Hill Central, 448 Boundary St
Spring Hill1.35pm - 1.50pmClose contact
Friday 24 September 2021McDonalds Albany Creek Drive Thru
768 Albany Creek Rd
Albany Creek5.05am - 5.10amLow risk contact
Friday 24 September 2021Hill Station Restaurant and Café (Outdoor)
1/119 Leichardt Street, Spring Hill
Spring Hill9.55am - 11.25amCasual contact
Friday 24 September 2021Seats 'R' Us
1/1620 Ipswich Rd
Rocklea11.15am - 11.45amClose contact
Friday 24 September 2021Adalong Student Guesthouse
81 Stephens Road
South Brisbane12.45pm - 11.59pmClose contact
Friday 24 September 2021Woolworths, Southpoint Metro
217 Grey Street
South Brisbane2.30pm - 3.45pmCasual contact
Friday 24 September 2021Freedom Furniture Aspley
815 Zillmere Rd
Aspley4.40pm - 5pmCasual contact
Saturday 25 September 2021Adalong Student Guesthouse
81 Stephens Road
South Brisbane12am - 11.59pmClose contact
Saturday 25 September 2021Woolworths, Southpoint Metro
217 Grey Street
South Brisbane1.20pm - 2pmCasual contact
Sunday 26 September 2021Adalong Student Guesthouse
81 Stephens Road
South Brisbane12am - 11.59pmClose contact
Sunday 26 September 2021Mater Public Hospital Brisbane, Emergency Department including outside Ambulance bay area
Corner Stanley Street and Raymond Terrace
South Brisbane7.30pm - 10.50pmCasual contact
Sunday 26 September 2021McDonald’s Southbank
Southpoint, 271 Grey Street
South Brisbane11.15pm - 11.50pmClose contact
Monday 27 September 2021Adalong Student Guesthouse
81 Stephens Road
South Brisbane12am - 11.59pmClose contact


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