“By then it will be too late,” she said. “That’s why I say again, get vaccinated now.”
Queensland also recorded no new cases of hotel quarantine.
There were 10,537 tests and 17,187 vaccines delivered by Queensland Health.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed Victoria’s planned reopening next week at a 70 per cent double-dose vaccination milestone, including allowing hospitality venues to reopen to 50 patrons outdoors, would not be affected by that state’s case spike.
Mr Andrews said his government had an “agreement with the Victorian community” that if the public got vaccinated, the state would open up.
In contrast, Ms Palaszczuk has avoided revealing a date or vaccination target for when Queensland’s borders would reopen to NSW, Victorian and ACT hot spots, although gave some hints on Wednesday while warning it took five weeks to be fully vaccinated.
“Five weeks from today is the 17th of November,” she said. “That’s getting very close to Christmas.”