Queensland records four more coronavirus cases

Queensland pushes for mining camps to be used for quarantine as state records four more coronavirus cases and 129 returned travellers are evacuated from super-spreader hotel Returned travellers in isolation at a Brisbane hotel forced to quarantine again   129 returned travellers in quarantine at hotel moved to other accommodation 250 guests who have since left quarantine at hotel forced to do another 14 days 226 staff who worked at hotel since December 30 are also now in quarantine 

By Charlie Moore, Political Reporter For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:07 GMT, 13 January 2021 | Updated: 23:19 GMT, 13 January 2021


Queensland wants to use Outback mining camps instead of Brisbane hotels to quarantine returned travellers, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said on Thursday. 

The state will propose the option to National Cabinet after coronavirus spread through a quarantine hotel, possibly through the air-conditioning, infecting a cleaner and another couple in quarantine.

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Brisbane's Grand Chancellor Hotel was evacuated on Wednesday night as officials scrambled to work out how UK super-strain of coronavirus leaked.

A total of 129 travellers, some of whom were just an hour from being released, have been forced to restart their two-week quarantine in new hotels. 

On Thursday Queensland recorded four more cases of coronavirus, all in hotel quarantine but not linked to the Grand Chancellor Hotel. 

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