Two teenage women at centre of Queensland’s COVID-19 scare recognized


The 2 19-year-old girls, who’ve triggered a public well being alert in south-east Queensland after bringing COVID-19 into the state, have been recognized.

Olivia Muranga and Diana Lasu have been named by 9 Information because the youngsters who flew to Brisbane from Melbourne through Sydney on July 21.

They each examined optimistic for COVID-19 – one late on Tuesday and the opposite early on Wednesday – earlier than well being officers confirmed a 22-year-old lady, who was a detailed contact of the pair by YMCA Chatswood Hills Outdoors College Hours Care, additionally had the virus on Wednesday afternoon.

Ms Muranga and Ms Lasu allegedly failed to inform Queensland border authorities they’d been within the declared hotspot and offered false info to frame authorities.