Olivia Winnie Muranga and Diana Lasu, both 19, were identified overnight after travelling together from Melbourne via Sydney to Brisbane.
"They travelled on flights VA 863 and VA977".
"That is why I am saying that people should be very cautious if they have got any symptoms at all, doesn't matter where they live, in Brisbane, or indeed anywhere in the state, this is the time to get yourself tested".
A private school where one of the women worked as a cleaner has been closed for deep cleaning.
It functions as a main school closed to pupils and staff for cleanup and contact following an Outside School Hours Care employee who had been an intimate contact of the 2 girls also tested positive to the virus. A sister of one of the women has also tested positive.
What appears to be hundreds of cars are queued up outside the Orion Springfield shopping centre where a pop-up testing clinic has been set up.
Charis Mullen, state member for Jordan, said the health department was also investigating if the woman visited other shops in Springfield lakes. "Two young women returned from Melbourne, which we know is an absolute hot spot with a lot of cases, return from Melbourne on the 21 July via Sydney and now tested positive", Dr Young said this morning.
Elijah Buol, a leader in Logan's South Sudanese community, is one of those awaiting his test results. "At this point in time they are in their home but I am organising them to go into hotels".
"The advice for schools has not changed".
Officials have called the situation the "perfect storm" that could force Queensland back into lockdown while aged care homes have already been ordered to shut as a precautionary measure.
"I am very concerned about the second individual who has not been cooperative and has not shared with us where she has been", she said.
The State's top cop has labelled the behaviour of a group of women at the centre of a coronavirus scare in south-east Queensland as "deceitful" and "criminal" with a third woman now under investigation.
"Mine are staying home", said another.
"We had a hard border closure with Victoria and what is extremely disappointing is these two people went to Victoria", Ms Palaszczuk said.
"All venues have been contacted and anyone who has gone to those venues that we believe is a close contact, we have contacted them".
"We have been preparing for these scenarios".
"(We spent) three hours in the sun at QEII hospital to get told to go home, or go sit in your vehicle for another 2-3 hours".
Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said the two women had returned from Melbourne on July 21 via Sydney and had since tested positive.
Queensland's deputy police commissioner Steve Gollschewski, said the investigation was still ongoing but "the initial investigation is indicating that there were incorrect details on their declaration passes".
Queensland Health explained the chance of transmitting on Parklands Christian College's 650 pupils and 53 teaching personnel wasn't regarded as a high threat, but they had been taking all precautions.
"It just astounds me that anyone could do what these young ladies have done and think that that's okay", Diane and Barry Kerr said.
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