Queensland has recorded a new community case of COVID-19 in a woman in her 50s who was contagious in the community for 10 days.
Acting Prime Minister Steven Miles said the woman, who lives in Fitzgibbon in north Brisbane, was not linked to any known clusters and authorities were investigating where she contracted the virus.
Two other cases acquired abroad were detected in quarantine at the hotel.
The state now has 26 active cases.
Chief health officer Jeannette Young said anyone with symptoms in the Fitzgibbon and Redcliffe area in Chermside to Cannon Hill should be tested.
“At this point, there is no close connection that we could identify, she has not visited any known exposure sites,” Dr. Young said.
“All of the show sites she was on while she was contagious are on our website, and we’ll continue to work with her to make sure we’ve selected them all.”
She said the woman was fully vaccinated and all of her household contacts tested negative.
“I am reasonably reassured by all of this [and] it would be nice to see that improved test response that we see every time in Queenslanders, ”Dr Young said.
Dr Young said urgent research was underway to determine all of the woman’s contacts.
“So far, we haven’t found any positive elements related to her,” she said.
Queensland Health published a list of new COVID-19 exposure sites overnight.