Queensland has recorded two new cases of coronavirus overnight, a day after nine new cases were recorded in the state.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said both new cases were linked to a COVID-19 cluster at the Brisbane Youth Detention Centre.
She said there were now 16 active coronavirus cases in Queensland.
The Premier described the two new cases as a “good result”.
At the Brisbane Youth Detention Centre, 202 staff have tested negative for coronavirus.
It was plunged into lockdown on Thursday when a woman in her 70s who worked a number of shifts there tested positive for coronavirus.
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