The first case – an aviation worker in his 30s – was infectious in the community for three days. His wife also tested positive.
The third case – a truck driver living in shared accommodation – tested positive after being infectious in the community for around a week.
“The police are speaking to this truck driver to get some more information from him,” she told reporters.
The fourth person tested positive after completing their 14 days in hotel quarantine but is considered low risk.
“There’s no need to panic because Queenslanders have been doing the right thing,” Ms Palaszczuk said.
Anyone who visited Seats ‘R’ Us in Rocklea on Thursday September 23 between 11:15am and 11:45am is considered a close contact and is urged to isolate and get tested immediately.
Mother Duck Childcare and Kindergarten in Eatons Hill and Freedom Furniture in Aspley have been listed as casual contact venues and anyone who visited McDonald’s Albany Creek Drive thru on Thursday between 5:05am and 5:10am is considered a low risk contact.
Queensland government ‘very worried’ about new infections
Further details, including an updated list of public health venues and information about mask wearing indoors at Queensland Health’s press conference at 10:30am.
More to come

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