QLD Breathes A Sigh Of Relief With No New COVID Cases

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Queensland can breathe a sigh of relief today with no new local cases recorded, meaning there won't be a lockdown.

This comes after a 13-year-old student from St Thomas More College in Sunnybank tested positive on Friday.

Her mother, who is a staff member at Griffith University Nathan campus, tested positive later on in the day. 

Yesterday, we saw 5 members of their household test positive, which had south-east Queensland preparing for a snap lockdown. 

However, Deputy Premier Steven Miles has warned residents we're not out of the woods yet.

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Amber Lowther

12 September 2021

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