Outbreak of UK variant prompts questions about precautions inside hospitals and the speed of the state’s vaccine rollout
Queensland authorities say the growing number of UK-variant coronavirus cases in Brisbane come from “two distinct clusters”, both of which spread into the community by unvaccinated health workers.
Another eight cases of community transmission were detected since yesterday, bringing the total to 15. The state’s chief health officer, Jeannette Young, said the situation was cause for concern.
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