One new case of COVID-19 recorded in the last 24 hours in Queensland is believed to be connected to a group of women who travelled from Melbourne to Queensland and are facing criminal charges.

"This is a 27-year-old male in quarantine, he is in quarantine he is from Bellbird Park," Premier Annasatacia Palaszczuk said.

"I want to stress to everyone that he is believed to have been a close contact of people who went to the Korean restaurant (Madtongsan IV) in Sunnybank on 23 July."

The new case is not a relative of the three women, but is related to another person who visited the Korean restaurant on the same day as one of the three COVID-positive women.

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The young man is in quarantine and Queensland Health is working to confirm that his relative who visited that Korean restaurant is the source of his infection.

He is understood to be a relative of someone who works at the Bolton Clarke aged care facility in Pinjarra hills who was yet to be confirmed to have COVID-19, Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said.

"I believe (he) contracted the infection from a relative. We still need to confirm those details and we will be working through all the contact tracing related to him," she said.

Dr Young suggested further positive cases of COVID-19 would come from the Logan cluster.

"At this stage we know that one of his relatives who may be the source of the infection," she said.

"He has been in contact with his partner and his partner's wife, and potentially I believe contracted COVID-19 from one of those two individuals.

"We don't have results on either of those two individuals, but we do know they attended that restaurant on the 23rd of July.

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"It's highly likely that one or both of those individuals are positive to COVID-19."

Dr Young said the aged care facility already had COVID-safe plans in place and made a rapid response as a precaution.

"One of those two individuals, that I believe probably has COVID-19 works at that aged care facility," she said.

"Until I find out which individual has had the infection and which individual worked there, I have asked that the aged care facility take a very, very cautious response."

A list of restricted areas across the Greater Brisbane and Ipswich regions was released last night limiting access to aged care facilities in those locations.

The restrictions came into effect from 8.00pm yesterday and will remain in place until further notice.

Police prepare for influx of Sydney travellers

It comes as police expect 8000 people to fly into Brisbane today from interstate, with people keen to get back before borders close Greater Sydney.

Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski said police were well prepared ahead of the influx.

"Certainly those people that are coming out of the Greater Sydney hotspot, that have a border declaration pass will be getting push notifications telling them that there is changed circumstances and they need to update their passes," he said.

"That is just an example of some of the things we have done to try to streamline the system. High confidence there."

Inquiries into infected Melbourne travellers have concluded: police

Queensland Police say their inquiries into the case of a group of young women who travelled to Melbourne without quarantining on their return have concluded.

"The investigation into the three women who have returned from Victoria into Queensland has obviously resulted in charges," Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll said.

"They will appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on 28 September and this obviously is for providing false information and fraud charges."

Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski said police had high confidence they had all the details and information they needed in relation to the case.

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It comes after earlier reports one of the women was not willing to cooperate with police.

Commissioner Carroll also expressed her disappointment some of the community's response to the women's case.

"We have seen community members making comments about certain cultural groups and ethnicities. This is not productive at all," she said.

"People doing the wrong thing come from all walks of life, backgrounds and community groups.

"So it is important, especially in these times, that community groups actually come together rather than fracture."

Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles said fever testing clinics have also become overwhelmed by the "record number" of people getting tested for COVID-19.

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"As I said, record levels of testing, but in some cases that has overwhelmed our fever clinics," Mr Miles said.

"We want to thank everybody who has got tested. We want to thank them for their patients, apologise for delays where they have occurred, testing is incredibly important.

"I want to assure Queenslanders that I have asked Queensland Health and the affected HHS's to do everything they can to ramp up testing capacity, to improve queue management, to ensure that people get tested as quickly  and as conveniently as possible."

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