has recorded two new cases with the Grand Final to go ahead after fears were raised the sporting event could be cancelled.Health officials intend to use the sporting event - which is expected to attract thousands of spectators - to boost vaccination rates and will set up clinics around Brisbane's Lang Park on Sunday. 'There will be two locations, one at the north and one at the south entry,' health minister Yvette D'Ath said during a press conference on Saturday.'If you get a chance, pop along and get vaccinated before the game or you can come along and make a booking to come and https://tranhmaihuong.com/tranh-go-treo-tuong-hien-dai/ get vaccinated.' Of the new cases, both were children of a man from the aviation cluster at Eatons Hill in Brisbane. 'They are young individuals in the household, so it is unlikely they have been to other exposure sites beyond what their parents have, but, tranhmaihuong.com/tranh-go-treo-tuong-hien-dai/ of course, that investigation is occurring at the moment,' Ms D'Ath said. Queensland has recorded two new Covid-19 cases with the NRL Grand Final to go ahead after fears were raised the sporting event could be cancelled The premier again denied she was resisting ordering a lockdown because of the NRL grand final in Brisbane on Sunday and the Rugby Championship double header on the Gold Coast on Saturday night (pictured, NRL fans crowded during NRL Grand Final fan day on Friday)Ms D'Ath also took aim at federal government plans to restart international travel for states that reach above the 80 per cent vaccination target. Returning travellers may be allowed to home quarantine for https://tranhmaihuong.com/tranh-go-treo-tuong-hien-dai/ seven days instead of the current two-week mandatory hotel quarantine and may be able to skip it altogether if coming back from a country which shares a 'travel bubble' with Australia.The re-opening of the international border would mean that NSW and Victoria residents will be able to fly to London or New York before Brisbane or Perth due to state border closures. 'I saw the reference to Bali in today's paper,' Ms D'Ath said.
'Where people will be able to travel to Bali and back, but may not be able to travel to Queensland.''Can I say I don't know if anyone wants to be travelling to Bali right now when they recorded 1,693 cases two days ago and the seven day average for Bali, over the last week, is 1,900 cases a day.' The Richmond local government area in NSW will also be designated a hotspot after its town of Casino was plunged into lockdown. RELATED ARTICLES Share this article Share 'Please, anyone who is in that area or travelling to that area be aware of the changes from 1:00am tomorrow morning,' Ms D'Ath said.