Queensland has reported no new native Covid-19 cases for the second day in a row.
Five new cases had been recorded in resort quarantine and greater than 14,000 exams had been obtained through the reporting interval.
State Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk confirmed the information in a tweet on Saturday morning.
It comes after the state reported no native energetic cases yesterday for the primary time in three weeks.
Almost 9,000 individuals stay in isolation after they had been deemed shut contacts of earlier cases.
Mandatory masks and restrictions proceed to be very important in elements of the state for one other week, with the state’s Covid check-in map made obligatory for companies.
Initially solely hospitality companies had been required to make use of the app, however procuring centres, supermarkets, magnificence companies and large-crowd venues should take up the expertise.
Ms Palaszczuk mentioned companies who don’t comply with the requirement might face a $13,000 fantastic or six months’ jail
“You need to get online, you need to register your business and you need to make sure you’re getting your signage up straightaway,” she mentioned.
Authorities yesterday confirmed people who find themselves at the moment in house quarantine must have adverse take a look at outcomes earlier than the state deemed the top of the newest outbreak.
Despite promising indicators in the state, Mr Palaszczuk has not closed the border to NSW, which is in the midst of a worrying outbreak and strict lockdown.
“I don’t want to speculate, I just want to make sure that we are monitoring it over the next week to see what actions the NSW government takes.”
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