A CRESTMEAD business has been named a COVID exposure site, despite the state recording no new locally acquired cases overnight.
Queensland Health has issued a contact tracing alert for Graham Lusty Trailers on Magnesium Drive, which was an exposure site between 7am and 10.45am on Thursday, October 21.
It comes less than a week after a Gold Coast man tested positive to the virus, putting the state on alert.
He had returned from COVID-ravaged Sydney and failed to check in at venues while infectious.
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It is not known whether the Crestmead contact tracing alert is related to the Gold Coast case.
Anyone who visited Graham Lusty Trailers during the listed times is required to travel home, get tested and quarantine until they receive a negative result.
The site has been listed as a casual contact, which means a 14-day quarantine stint is not required.
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