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100,000 Queenslanders have first jab as regulators review vaccine advice

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More than 100,000 Queenslanders have received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine as another three people test positive after returning to the state from overseas.

No new local COVID-19 cases were detected in Queensland on Thursday – the fifth consecutive day of zero cases.

Rosie Gibuma receives a vaccination at the Boigu community centre from Queensland Health nurse Ruth Ferguson.

Rosie Gibuma receives a vaccination at the Boigu community centre from Queensland Health nurse Ruth Ferguson.Credit:Brook Mitchell/Getty Images

Investigations are under way after an 82-year-old resident of a Logan aged care facility died hours after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she was waiting on more details about the death.

“Any death is a tragedy and I think they need to look very closely as to, were there any…



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