A nurse who works at the reception desk at the Princess Alexandra Hospital has tested positive for the coronavirus.
The senior nurse at a major hospital in Brisbane has tested positive for the deadly virus, even though she was vaccinated.
Two new cases of group cases of infection were diagnosed, including a nurse who had received the CO19 vaccination overnight.
While we don’t know exactly which cases Annastacia Palaszcz is referencing, we know that one of the nurses who works at the Princess Alexandra Hospital has received the vaccine.
She is also discovered to have the same virus as another PA that was detected earlier this week in a patient.
Whether the second nurse administered both doses of the COVID vaccine is uncertain. She had just got her first dose of vaccine.
health officials are attempting to assess if the nurse in the same ward was infected
She was tested as a potential symptom in the asymptomatic phase in that ward and was found to be positive
Since she has started having symptoms, she was a part of the investigation.
So we just need to try to figure out how she received it… Before that job, she had been vaccinated.
A decision to extend the hours of the curfew will be taken on Wednesday evening and will need to be moved back a day if more cases are found.
She said she would be speaking to the people of Queensland on Thursday morning and went home for the holiday break.
in her Wednesday’s media address, she declared that there was “minimal transmission”
The fact that we do not have any unlinked group sites in the southeast or in our state is promising.
All is going well, and we’ll conquer this together.
The vaccines are around 90% effective at preventing coronavirus infections.