The West Australian man tested positive in quarantine, while two other men – crew members on an international vessel – tested positive while in hospital.

A West Australian man who flew into Brisbane from overseas overnight on his way home has tested positive to COVID-19 while in quarantine.
The man, in his 40s, was one of three new cases recorded in Queensland overnight, taking the total number of active cases to seven.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
The other two victims a man in his 40s and another in his 60s were crew members from a foreign vessel. Both were in hospital when they tested positive.
All passengers from the inbound flight remain in quarantine.
The new cases take the state’s total to 1156, including 1141 patients who have recovered.
The latest figures follow the state government’s lifting of three COVID-19 restrictions this week.
The 10-person gathering limit has extended to 30 people in homes and outdoor spaces, such as parks; Queensland stadiums will be allowed to have 75 per cent capacity, up from 50 per cent; and businesses and venues with outdoor areas will be allowed to double their maximum number of patrons from one per four square metres to one per two square metres.