Queenslanders will have a better idea on Friday if a lockdown in the southeast is likely to end, with authorities hoping for another day of no mystery cases.
The state’s COVID-19 cluster – which now numbers 79 – has been steadily growing, with 16 new cases reported on Thursday.
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