The number of coronavirus cases in Queensland has soared by 11 today, taking the state’s total number of cases to 46.
It comes after the state began a trial to drive-through fever clinics in two regional centres.
The new cases range from 19 to 69 years old, and all are reported to be in a stable condition.
All are in the Brisbane, West Moreton, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast regions except for a 48-year-old woman in the Wide Bay region.
The 46 cases include three from the Diamond Princess cruise ship.
Queensland Health has confirmed all cases remain isolated, with contact tracing still underway for these new cases.
NSW has also recorded its biggest jump in coronavirus cases to date, with the number of people infected with COVID-19 now over 100.
NSW Health confirmed there had been 20 new cases of the virus since 11am, bringing the state’s total to 112 – the most out of any other state in Australia.
Of the new cases, 11 are male and 9 are female, the eldest a 69-year-old male who recently travelled from Italy and the youngest a 24-year-old woman.
Seven of the new cases are people who recently returned from travel overseas. It’s unclear where the other 13 cases contracted the virus.
Of the state’s 112 cases, 51 were acquired overseas, 32 came into contact with another confirmed case, 18 are under investigation and for 11 cases, the source is unknown.