1. Queensland records three new coronavirus cases in hotel quarantine  ABC News
  2. Coronavirus Qld: What restrictions won’t change  NEWS.com.au
  3. Flight crew members found COVID-positive after being allowed to leave Queensland  7NEWS.com.au
  4. Flight crew test positive after leaving Brisbane  Brisbane Times
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Queensland records three new coronavirus cases all detected in hotel quarantine — a woman from South African and two female flight crew.Queensland records three new coronavirus cases all detected in hotel quarantine — a woman from South African and two female flight crew.

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Queensland’s chief health officer reaffirmed the state is on track to ease the remaining restrictions at the end of the week after reporting another day of zero locally acquired cases on Tuesday.Queensland’s chief health officer reaffirmed the state is on track to ease the remaining restrictions at the end of the week after reporting another day of zero locally acquired cases on Tuesday.

Qld reports zero new locally acquired coronavirus cases

Queensland has recorded zero new locally acquired COVID cases for the eighth day in a row, but two flight crew were among three positive results in hotel quarantine.Queensland has recorded zero new locally acquired COVID cases for the eighth day in a row, but two flight crew were among three positive results in hotel quarantine.

Restrictions in Greater Brisbane are on track to ease on Friday after Queensland recorded another day of no cases of community transmission. Premier Annastaci...Restrictions in Greater Brisbane are on track to ease on Friday after Queensland recorded another day of no cases of community transmission. Premier Annastaci...

Brisbane edges toward restrictions lifting | The Advertiser - Cessnock | Cessnock, NSW

The Australian Government Chief Medical Officer has removed Greater Brisbane from its listing as a Commonwealth hotspot today.The Australian Government Chief Medical Officer has removed Greater Brisbane from its listing as a Commonwealth hotspot today.

Chief Medical Officer, Professor Paul Kelly's statement on the Greater Brisbane hotspot | Australian Government Department of Health

Greater Brisbane residents have their fingers crossed restrictions will ease as planned on Friday.Greater Brisbane residents have their fingers crossed restrictions will ease as planned on Friday.

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