Queensland has recorded two new locally-transmitted cases of COVID-19The Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, taking the total number of cases across two Brisbane clusters to 17.
Both of the new cases were linked to a nurse at?Princess Alexandra Hospital’s coronavirus ward who had received her first vaccine dose,s scientific advisers.?Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said on WednesdayThe workplace spread o.?
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