Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today confirmed there were three new COVID-19 cases in the state, two which were locally acquired and one within hotel quarantine.
The first locally acquired case was detected on the Gold Coast, with the individual potentially infectious in the community for six days.
Ms Palaszczuk said the person had received one dose of the COVID -19 vaccine, urging the rest of Queensland to step forward and get vaccinated.
The second confirmed case was recorded in Warwick, after a resident attended an event in Moree, a border community in New South Wales.
They were potentially infectious in the community for 10 days.
The third case was detected in hotel quarantine, from an individual who flew in from Melbourne.
“Warick and Gold Coast, please go and get tested and go and get vaccinated,” Ms Palaszczuk said.