Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said serology testing suggested the couple had already recovered.
“That would suggest they probably got infected at least 14 days earlier, so that’s why I’m saying they’re towards the end of their illness,” she said.
The woman tested positive to COVID-19 on Wednesday, June 9, after getting tested a day earlier.
On Wednesday, Dr Young said the woman developed symptoms on June 3.
While travelling through NSW, the couple spent time at a cafe, motel, cinema and a petrol station in Dubbo, a cafe and hotel in Forbes, a petrol station in Gillenbah, and a tavern, cafe, motel and Woolworths in Moree.
The couple arrived in Queensland via the border town of Goondiwindi on the morning of June 5, with…