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Active cases, where they are and how they got here – Observer

Read all the latest data on Queensland’s COVID-19 cases as authorities grapple with debate about transferring all COVID-19 patients to one hospital.



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More than 150 people have been detected as having the COVID-19 virus in Queensland quarantine hotels since March 1, including dozens of cases of the highly infectious UK variant.
Between March 1 and April 6, genomic sequencing detected 42 cases of the UK variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in the Sunshine State.
Four cases of the South African variant were also sequenced.
Both have been labelled COVID-19 “variants of concern” because of their high transmissibility.

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