Queensland has recorded one new case of community transmission overnight as Brisbane and Moreton Bay emerged out of lockdown on Saturday night.
With a second overseas-acquired case detected in hotel quarantine, there were now 46 active COVID-19 infections which Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk called "excellent news" following five cases on Saturday.
Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said the community case went into home quarantine on July 2 because they were a close contact of the Greek community centre and had been admitted to hospital.
"There is another person of interest that I am doing further testing on, another close contact from the Greek community centre," Dr Young said.
"Ultimately, this is good. These are alpha cases, we know they are linked directly to the outbreak that we have going on."
Compulsory mask wearing and other restrictions will remain in place across Brisbane and Townsville until July 16.