Hotspot lockdowns not statewide restrictions: Premier
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she hopes any future outbreaks in Queensland can be handled by introducing restrictions to specific hotspots instead of statewide measures.
Ms Palaszczuk made the comment as she announced the state had recorded no new COVID cases on Tuesday.
There are currently 14 active cases.
"Our southern neighbours have successfully contained recent outbreaks," she told parliament.
"It is our hope that, when future outbreaks occur, they can be stopped quickly and any restrictions can be limited to those hotspots rather than entire cities or states."
Ms Palaszczuk said the government continued to watch the situation in SA and would make a decision at the end of the month around whether borders could reopen to that state.
Originally published as Hotspot lockdowns not statewide restrictions: Premier