Queensland has gone for a third day without any community transmission of COVID-19, with just one new case emerging in a person who was already in hotel quarantine.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says the single case reported in the 24 hours to 9am on Tuesday takes the total number of active cases in the state to 31.
Queensland hasn't recorded a new incident of community transmission linked to an existing cluster near Ipswich since three cases were reported on Saturday.
Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young has urged people living in Redbank, Redbank Plains and Goodna to get tested.
Meanwhile, the Queensland government could come under renewed pressure to ease border restrictions after South Australia announced it would reopen to ACT visitors.
Ms Palaszczuk has consistently referred to border restrictions imposed on ACT travellers by SA, Western Australia and Tasmania to defend her hard border policy.
She faced strong criticism last week when a Canberra-based woman was denied permission to leave quarantine and attend her father's funeral in Brisbane, but later allowed to view his body while dressed in full PPE.
Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington on Tuesday said if elected she would task the chief health officer with drawing up plans for individuals seeking quarantine exemptions to visit dying relatives or attend funerals in Queensland.
"This is all about ensuring that people coming from interstate can say goodbye to their loved ones. Everyone has a right to say goodbye to their loves ones," she said.
Ms Frecklington pledged to take the advice of the chief health officer on borders and quarantine exemptions, but added that the buck stopped with the premier of the day.
On Monday, Ms Palaszczuk promised to speed up the application process for compassionate exemptions, but said she would hold firm on borders, and stake her political future on keeping them shut.
"Now if it means I have to lose the election, I will risk all that if it means keeping Queenslanders safe," the premier said.