Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says the state has recorded three new locally acquired COVID-19 cases – all in the border town of Goondiwindi.

“Case one is a contact of a known cluster – we are not concerned about that person,” Ms Palaszczuk told a media conference on Thursday.

“Case two has been in the community for five days and all household contacts have tested negative.

“And case three is a woman in her 30s who has been in the community for four days and has had one dose of AstraZeneca.”

Ms Palaszczuk said there were now 12 active cases in the community.

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