The state government has issued a health alert for the West Moreton and Brisbane South regions after a man infected with COVID-19 visited places including Bunnings stores, Garden City Shopping Centre and the Chandler sports complex.
It shows just how rapidly one individual has the potential to spread the highly contagious and deadly disease across multiple suburbs.
The COVID-19 Bellbird Park case was confirmed on Friday after about 7000 people in Logan, between Redlands and Beaudesert, were tested after three people entered the state illegally after visiting Victoria and NSW.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said there had been a big increase in testing in response to the two cases brought back from Victoria - as well as more protection for aged care on Brisbane's southside.
At the same time, visitors from Greater Sydney would be restricted from today, August 1, as that region was added to Victoria as a declared COVID-19 hotspot.
"Now is not the time for complacency. Complacency is our enemy. So do the right thing with social distancing and hand hygiene, and we'll get through this together," Ms Palaszczuk said.
It comes as Logan teenagers who ignored rules and brought COVID-19 to Queensland have faced a barrage of racist taunts on social media.
But the world-wide health issue has nothing to do with colour, with alarming news out of Melbourne showing that hundreds of people infected with COVID-19 are simply ignoring isolation regulations and the threat of heavy fines by going out.
Now is not the time for complacency. Complacency is our enemy. So do the right thing with social distancing and hand hygiene, and we'll get through this together.Annastacia Palaszczuk
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said that 500 household checks on Friday revealed that 130 people were not at home. The figures could not be explained away by the excuse that everyone was out exercising.
It could point to why infection rates have skyrocketed in Melbourne.
Police have also fined a 25-year-old woman $4003 after she allegedly provided false information by failing to declare she had been to a NSW hot spot.
The woman was travelling with a man by car with Queensland registration plates when they tried to cross the border at the Gold Coast at 4am with a pass stating they had not visited a known hot spot.
It comes as people again have started panic buying in Queensland, with shelves starting to run low at Beaudesert, Logan and Redlands.