Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has warned that the NSW Delta outbreak remained a threat to the state but refused to set any timetable for when it's population would reach 80 percent full vaccination.
Ms Palaszczuk was opening a new vaccination centre at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre at Boondall as she repeated the message that the state now had a 'window of opportunity' to lift vaccination rates.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'Everyone knows that it is going to be impossible to keep this [Delta] out forever, we need to do everything we can to prepare our population to get vaccinated.
'This is so urgent, it's almost a plea to Queenslanders, please come forward and get vaccinated.'
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk warned Queenslanders the Delta variant of Covid would not be kept out forever, in a renewed plea to drive up vaccination rates in the state
Ms Palaszczuk arrives at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre at Boondall to announce a new vaccination centre on Brisbane's north side
Ms Palaszczuk said the threat of Delta from the NSW outbreak was a 'real and present danger' to the state.
'We are seeing a very large outbreak of the Delta virus in NSW.
'It's causing people to become very sick and it's also causing people to end up in hospital.
'There has never been a more real threat to Queensland than what is on our border.'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer