Qld records new six cases of COVID-19

Modesto Morganelli
Апреля 7, 2021

Also speaking on Wednesday, Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski outlined police activity across Greater Brisbane's three-day lockdown, saying almost 3,000 intercepts occurred across the state, 1,431 business were inspected and 1,925 masks were handed out.

Ms Palaszczuk warned that opening borders posed too great a risk with all the strains of COVID-19 in Australia and around the world.

Ms Palaszczuk described Mr Smith's death as "tragic" and offered condolences to his family.

Queensland Health said in a statement it "offers its honest condolences to his family during this time". "We're responsible for 30 per cent of the rollout".

"But I actually think the time is now right for our country to have a national women's summit".

She said issues around affordable child care and pay gaps were things that needed to be addressed.

Issues involving sexual harassment in the workplace were also "really important", she added. The Northern Territory and ACT have eased their travel restrictions while NSW and Victoria require travellers from Queensland to get tested and self-isolate until a negative COVID test is received.

The premier said she spoke to Ms Ardern yesterday and invited her to the sunshine state at the "earliest opportunity".

"He wasn't infectious at that time, which is why he was treated at Redcliffe ICU", Dr Young said.

Dr Young said high-level meetings were underway about elective surgery delays because of the outbreaks at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

"So we have to factor that in in our administration of the vaccine over the next fortnight", she said.

Malcolm Smith was flown to Australia last month.

Queensland Health Minister Yvette D'Ath.

Ms D'Ath welcomed Prime Minister Scott Morrison's acknowledgment this week that supply of the COVID-19 vaccine was an issue.

"We put out our figures every day, I'm asking the Federal Government to put out their figures every day", she said.

Queensland has about 14-days' supply of the AstraZeneca vaccine and seven days of the Pfizer jab.

She said Queensland had about 14 days of supply of the vaccines.

Ms D'Ath said the Commonwealth had advised Queensland Health that it would not receive a delivery of 25,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine for another fortnight.

Queensland looks likely to reach 100,000 vaccinations tomorrow.

"I'm very grateful to the staff who managed him to the best of their ability to give him that chance but unfortunately he was very, very ill when he was transferred".

"We are now at 94,762".

The state government is in talks with airlines to restart direct flights from New Zealand to regional tourism destinations as soon as the travel bubble opens on April 19.

The Brisbane Airport is expecting up to 39 services per week in the first week of the bubble, split between Qantas and Air New Zealand. Queenslanders are free to travel throughout the state however restrictions still apply for people travelling to some other states.

For decades New Zealand was Queensland's biggest worldwide tourism market, before being pipped by China five years ago.

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