Queensland has reported no new diagnoses of COVID-19 for the first time in more than two months. Monday was the first time in in 81 days that no new cases were recorded for the state, leaving the total at 1019.

Just 20 people are in hospital, with 7 of them in intensive care on ventilators. Of those who have tested positive, 738 patients have recovered, while 6 have died.
The sunshine state is not the only state in Australia that has recorded a falling coronavirus infection rate, with South Australia, the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory all reporting no new cases over the weekend.
South Australia, with a population of 1.76 million remained at only 81 confirmed cases as of Sunday evening despite a testing blitz of more than 5000 coronavirus tests across the state during the past two days.