Queensland has recorded one new locally-acquired cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
The new case is linked to the Sunnybank cluster and is a household contact, who was in home quarantine for the entire infectious period.
The new case comes after 17,022 tests and takes the number of active cases in Queensland to 32.
Queensland Health say they have delivered another 25,298 vaccine doses overnight.
Health Minister Yvette D'Ath says anyone who is 12 and above can get the jab at one of 38 community hubs this weekend. There will also be pop-up hubs running outside NRL matches this weekend.
Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said the latest local COVID-19 case means that for the affected family, their 14-day quarantine period has started all over again and she urged people to get vaccinated.
"Although everyone has done a brilliant job in stopping the virus spreading in Queensland, eventually it will start spreading, we can't hold it back forever," she said.
Deputy Police Commissioner Steve Gollschewski said one truck driver who was refused entry to Queensland at Goondawindi drove his prime mover through police barricades.
He's been charged with unlawfully entering Queensland against public health orders and wilful damage and is due to appear in court at a later date.
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