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Brisbane quarantine hub given green light but unlikely to open until 2022

Brisbane quarantine hub given green light but unlikely to open until 2022

Commonwealth land near the Brisbane Airport is a suitable option for a new dedicated quarantine site but any facility would not open until early next year, a feasibility study has found.

  • by Matt Dennien

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Three of Queensland’s latest COVID ‘incursions’ still not linked to source

Three of Queensland’s latest COVID ‘incursions’ still not linked to source

Queensland health authorities have reported an average of more than one new local COVID-19 case a day since mid-June, with the initial source of three still unknown.

  • by Matt Dennien
Full list: Indooroopilly SHS, Virgin flight, Ipswich locations new exposure site

Full list: Indooroopilly SHS, Virgin flight, Ipswich locations new exposure site

New exposure sites have been listed after a number of people infected with COVID-19 were active in the community this month.

  • by Matt Dennien and Toby Crockford
Queensland Health does not know how many staff are vaccinated

Queensland Health does not know how many staff are vaccinated

Data shows at least three-in-five of the 114,000-strong workforce are now protected, with the department in the dark on how many more may have actually received a dose.

  • by Matt Dennien
‘Real problem’ remains with hotels as state steers through COVID concerns

‘Real problem’ remains with hotels as state steers through COVID concerns

Queensland’s peak medical body has welcomed moves away from quarantine hotel use after further breaches but says a “real problem” remains until vaccine rates rise.

  • by Matt Dennien
Crisafulli stakes reputation on getting women into ‘winnable’ seats

Crisafulli stakes reputation on getting women into ‘winnable’ seats

The LNP leader says the party must reflect modern Queensland, but will have to convince local branch members to buy in to his vision.

  • by Stuart Layt
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Masks stay on in Brisbane for another week despite no new local cases

Masks stay on in Brisbane for another week despite no new local cases

Eleven south-east Queensland council areas will remain under mask mandates for another week as health authorities reported no new local COVID-19 from the latest scare.

  • by Matt Dennien
Lucky 13: Qld's top doc 'very worried' about growing COVID incursions

Lucky 13: Qld's top doc 'very worried' about growing COVID incursions

Health experts say the state’s run of 13 separate cases of community exposure in less than two months, so far without widespread transmission, has largely come down to luck.

  • by Matt Dennien
New case linked to Brisbane backpackers as cargo ship crew test positive

New case linked to Brisbane backpackers as cargo ship crew test positive

Queensland has reported one new community case of COVID-19 who had been staying at a hostel after leaving hotel quarantine, with 19 cargo ship crew members also testing positive.

  • by Matt Dennien
Camera footage to be checked as COVID leak linked to Brisbane hotel

Camera footage to be checked as COVID leak linked to Brisbane hotel

Queensland’s hotel quarantine system has again been pointed to as the cause for a community transmission case.

  • by Stuart Layt
Vaxxed man testing positive can be good news for containing Qld cases

Vaxxed man testing positive can be good news for containing Qld cases

Experts say there is a silver lining to a fully vaccinated man testing positive for COVID-19 in Brisbane.

  • by Stuart Layt