Queensland health authorities have added several new locations to their list of exposure sites as the state fights to contain several separate COVID-19 clusters.
New locations were added at North Lakes, Kippa-Ring and Brisbane Airport, with Redcliffe Peninsula 7 Day Medical Center named as a close contact location on Monday, September 27 between 9:15 AM and 9:45 AM.
On Saturday, Queensland recorded two locally acquired cases of COVID-19, both in home quarantine.
Both cases involved children and household contacts of a man from the aviation cluster that started in Brisbane.
The Queensland Health contact tracing sites list is updated regularly as new information arrives.
See the health advice in the table below (click “More” if you’re using a mobile device) for what to do if you’ve visited any of the sites classified as close, casual, or low-risk contact.