Queensland’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic continues, with no new cases of coronavirus reported in the past 24 hours.
Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick gave the daily COVID-19 update at the Translational Research Institute at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Woolloongabba on Sunday.
“We have had no new COVID infections in our state over the past 24 hours,” Mr Dick said. “So that is a terrific outcome for our state.
“That means the number of active cases in Queensland remains at six, and that is terrific.”
Three of those sufferers are in hospitals in the Cairns and Hinterland Health Service district, two are in Brisbane’s Metro South region, and one is in Brisbane’s Metro North region.
Overall, Queensland has had 1160 cases of COVID-19, with six fatalities.
On Friday afternoon state restrictions were relaxed further, enabling Queenslanders to eat and drink while standing at indoor and outdoor venues for the first time since March.