Overnight, Queensland's Chief health Officer Jeannette Young called on those criticising the foolish behaviour of others to also think about their own as she urged people to stay home when sick, wash their hands and socially distance.
It comes as the women were fined by Victorian police for hosting a party of more than 30-people at their Melbourne accommodation.
Police have also launched a criminal investigation into how the girls evaded Queensland's strict border restrictions that require everyone to isolate at a hotel if they have been to any COVID hot spots like Victoria.
A third woman who tested positive yesterday is a relative of one of the women. Additionally, there will be an increase in screening for COVID-19 and a limitation on staff transfers between facilities.
Hundreds of people from the families of around 700 students at Parkland Christian College, where one of the women works as a cleaner, lined up for testing on Thursday.
Instead, she continued to socialise in Ipswich and Brisbane, going out to dinner at a Thai restaurant in Springfield on Sunday and a noodle restaurant and dessert and cocktail bar in Southbank on Monday, according to health authorities.
Queensland Health has issued a warning on July 29, asking community members on Brisbane's southside to remain alert as three new cases of COVID-19 were recorded.
The authorities have stressed none of the positive cases are known to have visited any aged care home. The man is believed to work at a Aged-care facility in Brisbane.
There have so far been no positive cases.
Fronting the media this morning, Palaszczuk said she was "absolutely furious" about the development.
"Imagine if you have something like that, you don't have any support and people treat you like a serious criminal", she said.