The state recorded no new virus cases on Thursday morning after more than 10,000 tests in the previous 24 hours.
Ms Palaszczuk is yet to set any date or vaccination threshold for the state borders to reopen to virus hotspots in NSW, Victoria and the ACT, but she's been making hints this week.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (pictured) said the next six week are 'critical' for state's vaccine rollout but is yet to commit to opening the border to NSW and Victoria
Almost 71 per cent of eligible Queenslanders had received one dose of a vaccine and 54.1 per cent were fully vaccinated by Tuesday, but the premier is concerned about coverage outside the southeast.
She again urged unvaccinated Queenslanders to get a first dose by mid-November with those who do get the jab by then due for a second dose in early December.
'We are seeing our vaccination rates increase in Queensland, but there are parts of Queensland in regional communities in central Queensland, out at northwest, up in the northern parts of our state, indigenous communities, that we need to make sure are protected,' Ms Palaszczuk told parliament