Two women who travelled to Bryon Bay in NSW while infectious are among the four new local cases of the UK variant of coronavirus
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Greater Brisbane will go into to a three-day snap lockdown from 5pm Monday, after authorities detected four new locally acquired coronavirus cases.
The state’s chief health officer, Jeannette Young, described the growing cluster of seven cases as “significant community transmission” of the UK variant of the virus and warned people to stay at home in the coming days.
Read the original article at The Guardian