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COVID-19 latest: New potential exposure sites after Queensland records 3 new cases

Scott Emerson
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A number of new sites have been added to the list of potential exposure sites for Queensland.

It comes after the state recorded three new cases in the community today, including a 12-year-old boy and his mother.

Authorities are particularly concerned about a woman who works at Brisbane International Airport who tested positive.

Queensland Health added the following details to the potential exposure sites this afternoon.

More details are expected shortly.

NEW SITES

Friday 9 July

  • Qantas Flight QF544 Sydney to Brisbane (landed 7.54pm)

Sunday 11 July

  • 6pm to 11.30pm – Brisbane International Airport

Monday 12 July

  • 10:30am to 11:45am – Woolworths Annerley
  • Brisbane International Airport (times TBC)

Tuesday 13 July

  • Brisbane International Airport  (times TBC)
  • 2pm to 3.45pm – Aspley Medical Centre (listed in Close contacts section below)
  • 3.45pm to 4pm – Pharmasave Pharmacy, Aspley (listed in Close contacts section)

Wednesday 14 July

  • 8:30am to 8:45am – Chemist Warehouse Annerley (listed in Close contacts section below)
  • Rowland Financial Services, Maroochydore (times TBC)

FOR THE FULL LIST, CLICK HERE 

Nine News reporter Ebony Cavallaro said it was unknown what strain they have been infected with, and genomic sequencing is underway.

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COVID-19 Latest: Queensland records three new local cases, masks to stay for another week

 

Scott Emerson
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