POLICE have confirmed a 51-year-old woman will face court for allegedly breaching COVID-19 border directions after she was found at a Gympie address this morning.
The Premier called on Queenslanders to take the COVID threat seriously.
"It was the right decision", he said.
The facility is working closely with Queensland Health to reduce any potential risk and keep residents connected to their families.
Police state the 51- year-old stated she was checking out the state from Victoria for important work, however officers declare this is not the case after speaking with her in Gympie at 11 am on Saturday.
The two teenage girls from Queensland who tested positive for COVID-19 had allegedly travelled to Victoria to shoplift expensive handbags before they returned to Brisbane, where they allegedly mislead authorities, News Corp's The Australian reported on July 30.
"I know that the facility is organising ways for residents to talk to their families", Dr Young said.
At the time, Tweed Byron police warned travellers to pack snacks and enough water amid frustrating wait times.
They are now at the centre of the new COVID-19 cluster, along with another 21-year-old woman Haja Timbo.
"We are yet to confirm Virgin Australia operations to Sydney".
Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll said she was "bitterly disappointed" Queensland was at this stage.
Queensland has recorded one new coronavirus case, a man in his 20s who was infectious on a domestic flight after returning from overseas.
Speaking to ABC Radio Brisbane this morning, Health Minister Steven Miles said "It wouldn't be surprising if we had further cases" with the exact movements of three COVID-positive Queenslanders now unknown.
"They've been to a lot of places around throughout the south side including South Bank".
"We are implementing strengthened protection measures including all staff wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) and following strict designated areas of care (cohorting)", Mr Swain said.
Part of their investigation will be into how their flights were booked from Melbourne to Brisbane, with a short layover at Sydney airport, and whether they used fake names and contact details on their border declaration passes.
"I don't want to see people sick, I don't want to see people dying in hospitals, I don't want to see our health workers over run".
Parklands Christian College where Ms Muranga worked as a cleaner.
"And that's exactly what we want in these early days of an outbreak", Mr Miles told ABC Radio.