Queensland has recorded zero locally-acquired cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.
It continues a trend of zero community cases but there were four new overseas acquired cases - one detected in hotel quarantine and three detected on a marine vessel.
This is after 8727 tests.
Queensland Health delivered another 16,628 vaccine doses on Monday.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the state would roll out the jab at Bunnings Warehouse stores across Queensland.
"More than two dozen sites have been identified across the state, so families can get their Bunnings sausage and a dose of vaccine," the Premier said.
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