The Caboolture South Travel Centre is among several new COVID-19 contact exposure sites, with Queensland recording two new locally acquired cases overnight.
One of them is an unvaccinated 17-year-old on the Gold Coast, who presented at an emergency department with a headache and is a close contact of a person who travelled from NSW, while the second is a woman in her 30s from Melbourne who is in home quarantine and poses no threat.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says a truck driver from Gympie also tested positive in NSW and is classified as a NSW case.
The man had travelled from Bundaberg, stopping at the Caboolture South Travel Centre on Saturday, October 23 between 8.50 and 9.35am.
He used the men’s toilet in the truck stop area, which is considered a close contact site as a result.
Yesterday 8779 tests were carried out across the state, with Queensland Health administering 12,769 vaccines.
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