Queensland covid cluster: Tradie ‘male entertainer’ at hen’s party in Byron Bay among five new cases
Tradie who worked as a ‘male entertainer’ at a hen’s party in Byron Bay is among five new Covid cases linked to Queensland hospital cluster
A tradesman who worked as a ‘male entertainer’ at Byron Bay hen’s party is among five new Covid cases linked to a Queensland cluster.
The outbreak is believed to have spread to New South Wales after an infected nurse and her sister travelled to the holiday hotspot from Brisbane for a bachelorette party between March 25 and 28.
On Monday it was revealed that the cluster has blown out to at least seven people, who are infected with deadly UK strain of Covid-19.
Upon returning home to the Gold Coast, the entertainer went to an aged care facility where every resident had already had their first dose of the vaccine.
The nurse’s infection has been linked to an overseas traveller who was treated in hospital, though it is unclear how she became infected.
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