Queensland has recorded three new cases today, bringing the state's total number of COVID-19 cases to 1,149.

The new infections include one man aged in his 20s in hotel quarantine and known to be a contact of the Queensland Christian Soccer Association outbreak.

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There are also two young girls aged, between zero and nine, who are linked with the Brisbane youth detention centre cluster.

Deputy Premier Steven Miles said no new cases had been detected this week following a positive case on Russell Island.

"It's very heartening to see we haven't had a community transmission case on the southern Morton Bay islands," he said.

Mr Miles said the true test to determine whether a possible outbreak has been prevented will be next Saturday, 14 days after the initial case was confirmed.

Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/coronavirus-queenslandnew-cases-youth-detention-centre-cluster-russell-island/040dcfff-92db-4475-81e6-e2b98fd671a7

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