Qld COVID cases today: Border-free Queensland reports almost 20,000 new infections as deaths double


Queensland has 19,709 new cases, six fatalities and more than 640 COVID patients being treated in hospitals as the state wakes up to an open border.

The six fatalities, which has doubled since Friday’s three reported deaths, included a person aged in their 20’s, one in their 70’s, two in their 80’s and one in their 90’s.

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Of the almost 20,000 new cases, 6087 reported were taken from RATs.

There has been a slight increase in ICU numbers, with 46 patients being treated – an additional five patients from Friday’s 41. There are more than 640 hospitalisations across the state.

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“We extend our sympathies to people who have lost loved ones in their life – any death is a tragedy and to experience it during a pandemic is heartbreaking,” Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said on Friday.

The state now has 187,037 active cases to manage.

Of the eligible population, 91.48 per cent have received their first COVID jab and 88.51 per cent are fully vaxxed.

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