Queensland Covid cases spike with 19,932 infections and 11 deaths

Queensland Covid cases spike with 19,932 infections and 11 deaths
Queensland Covid cases spike with 19,932 infections and 11 deaths
Queensland Covid case spike with 19,932 infections and 11 deaths as Annastacia Palaszczuk opens up the state to international travellers Queensland recorded 19,932 new cases and 11 deaths on Wednesday

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Queensland has recorded 19,932 new cases and 11 deaths, down from a record 16 people who died yesterday. 

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the new cases on Wednesday during a media conference with chief health officer Dr John Gerrard.

It comes after Queensland recorded 15,962 new cases yesterday.

Ms Palaszczuk announced that from 1am this Saturday, international travellers can return and no longer have to do quarantine, if they are vaccinated. 

The premier said the decision was made possible by the state's current vaccination rate of 91. 5 per cent of the population with one dose of a vaccine and 88.82 per cent who are double dosed. 

Travellers will need to do a RAT test within 24 hours of arrival.  

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said vaccinated international travellers will be allowed back into Queensland without the need for quarantine from this Saturday

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said vaccinated international travellers will be allowed back into Queensland

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