Queensland has recorded 10,212 new cases and 13 new deaths as the state marks its second day of a steady decline.
Some 3615 people tested positive via a rapid antigen tests (RATs).
Monday’s deaths included 13 people all older than 70.
There are 879 in hospital with 50 of those in intensive care.
This number do not include people who have been moved to private hospitals.
Queensland Chief Health Officer Dr John Gerrard said the states death toll has surpassed 100
Queensland residents who had their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in October or earlier are now eligible for a third jab.
Falling hospitalisation numbers over a period of days would indicate the peak had passed said Dr Gerrard.
“We’ll see when we get there … I’m thinking two, three or four days. That’s the sort of number we should be looking for,” he said.
“The real proof will be when the numbers of patients start to fall and so that will be a number of days after the actual true peak and transmission and true peak of admission to hospital.”
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