Queenslanders urged to be ‘very cautious’ amid one new COVID case
Queensland Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young says it is “critically important” the state remains “very cautious” amid recording one new local COVID case. “It’s critically important that we all remain very, very cautious until the vast majority of people have been able to be vaccinated,” Dr Young said. “So masks, maintaining social distance, being careful when you’re out and about, all of those are critically important as we move forward.” She said it is vital people get vaccinated, especially those most at risk. “Please, anyone who is 60 years of age or older, you are the most at-risk group. “If you have not been vaccinated … please go and see your GP, go to one of the pharmacies, one of the vaccine clinics and avail yourself as soon as possible at the AstraZeneca vaccine."