September 7, 2020

Two new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Queensland on Monday, taking the number of active cases in the State to 27.

The two new cases are a woman, aged in her late teens, who was a household contact of an earlier confirmed case.

The second, is a female healthcare worker, aged in her 40s, at Ipswich Hospital.

This brings to five the number of employees at the hospital who have tested positive.

More than 960,000 tests have been carried in Queensland since the pandemic began, with 4154 during the past 24 hours.

This included 662 tests on Russell Island.

Health Minister Dr Steven Miles said results received back from the Russell Island tests were so far all negative.


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