Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says the state’s border will remain closed to Adelaide for another week.
- Queensland’s Chief Health Officer says the outbreak in South Australia remains a risk
- Queensland has classed 20 local government areas in Adelaide as official hotspots
- Border controls for Victoria and NSW will be removed from December 1
Ms Palaszczuk said the Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young had asked for another week to further assess the situation in South Australia.