Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has urged people not to be alarmed as eight more cases of coronavirus were diagnosed in Queensland. Ms Palaszczuk said all but one of the infections, which are at their highest daily rate since August 22, were among people already in isolation when they were tested. “From the outset, I want to assure Queenslanders that although that number is our highest daily tally for some time, each of those people diagnosed is related to existing cases,” she said. “This is not a time for alarm – this is a time to thank that our testing system is so professional.”

 

 

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