A series of locations in northern Brisbane and surrounds have been identified as sites where casual contact with COVID-19 cases could have occurred.
Three members of a Moreton Bay family have tested positive for the highly infectious Delta strain of the virus.
A woman was reported positive on Friday, a day after her 12-year-old son and husband tested positive after being in the south-east Queensland community.
The following locations have been declared casual contact locations:
Redcliffe GP Super Clinic Pharmacy in Redcliffe between 9.39pm and 9.45pm on Monday, July 12.
Redcliffe GP Super Clinic Pharmacy in Redcliffe between 9.52pm and 9.55pm on Monday, July 12.
BP Caboolture northbound on 7.50am to 8.10am on Tuesday, July 13.
Flannerys Organic Health Food Store in Chermside between 4pm and 4.20pm on Tuesday, July 13.
Your Solution Compound Pharmacy in Aspley at 4.45pm and 4.55pm on Tuesday, July 13
Woolworths Kippa-Ring at 6.45pm to 7pm on Tuesday, July 13
The Guzman y Gomez drive-through in Rothwell at 7.45am to 7.55am on Monday, July 12, has been declared a low risk exposure site.
Queensland Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young says genomic sequencing has shown the boy has the virus that’s spreading in Sydney.
He and his mother, who’d been overseas, completed hotel quarantine in Sydney before flying home to Brisbane.
“It’s confirmed, very tightly confirmed, with that outbreak that’s going on in the community down there in Sydney,” Young said.
“The people in Sydney, the health staff there, will be working through how he acquired the infection while he was in hotel quarantine down there.”
– With AAP