Queensland has recorded no new COVID-19 cases, marking the 27th day straight without any cases connected to community transmission.
There are seven active cases, with 4147 tests carried out in the past 24 hours.
The last case linked to a southeast Queensland cluster in the community was on September 10.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk made the announcement from Mount Isa, where she is for the second day of her election campaign.
Earlier this morning, Ms Palaszczuk told ABC Radio she was aware some of the “tough” decisions she made around the state’s COVID-19 defence had been “unpopular”, but stood by all those decisions.
“Queenslanders have done a mighty job. We can only focus on our economic recovery with a strong health response,” she said.
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It comes as NSW is aiming for a 12th straight day without any community transmission.
Queensland will only open to NSW on November 1 if the state records a 28 day streak of no COVID-19 community transmissions.
“We need to be optimistic, we’ll be watching closely,” Ms Palaszczuk said on Wednesday morning.
“The next two weeks will be crucial for NSW … they’ve got school holidays.”
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She said she stood firm on her decisions around the borders, because they had “kept Queenslanders safe”.
“At the beginning of this pandemic, there was a prediction 30,000 people could have died from COVID-19 in Queensland,” she told ABC Radio.
“Do you know what that’s like to deal with? We have tragically lost six people, and those families are hurting.
“But it could have been a lot worse if it wasn’t for the preparation and decisions we took to keep Queenslanders safe.”