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Queensland records four more coronavirus cases linked to Wacol correctional academy cluster – ABC News

Health Minister Steven Miles says Queensland has recorded four more cases of COVID-19 as a result of testing from the previous 24-hour period, and he confirms Toowoomba will face limits on private gatherings from Monday.

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Queensland has recorded four new cases of coronavirus as a result of testing in the 24 hours to Saturday morning.
Health Minister Steven Miles said all four cases were related to the known COVID-19 outbreak at the Wacol correctional training academy in Brisbane.
He said restrictions on household gatherings would also be expanded to include Toowoomba, west of Brisbane, after someone with COVID-19 visited the city.
Queensland COVID-19 snapshot:
Mr Miles said the latest cases included a Greenb…

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