Queensland records two new cases

 

Queensland has recorded two new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours.

It comes as more than 220 staff at Ipswich Hospital remain in quarantine after a four healthcare workers were infected with COVID-19.

There are now 25 active cases across the state.

It comes as more than 220 staff at Ipswich Hospital remain in quarantine after a four healthcare workers were infected with COVID-19.

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Originally published as Queensland records two new cases


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