Four-year-old girl tests positive to COVID-19 in Queensland

9News understands the child is a close contact of a 46-year-old Logan truck driver who tested positive to coronavirus this week.

Queensland Health announced the new case late this afternoon and said more information would be released tomorrow.

The child attended The Boulevard Early Learning Centre at Mt Warren Park in Logan on Tuesday August 31 and Wednesday September 1.

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All children, staff and visitors to the centre should come forward for testing, then quarantine at home for 14 days regardless of a negative result.

The centre is also used for after school care for Windaroo State School.

All students, staff and visitors who attended the school from Tuesday August 31 to Friday September 3 should also quarantine for 12 days.

The Beenleigh Marketplace and Stylish Nails on Monday August 30 have also been listed as contact tracing locations.

Restrictions are now in place for for aged care facilities, disability services and hospitals in the Logan Local Government area.

People in the Gold Coast and Beenleigh regions have been urged to monitor for symptoms and come forward for testing.

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