"This is unbelievable, this is a great effort from everyone in Queensland," Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.
Three cases were detected in hotel quarantine.
In the past 24 hours, Queensland conducted 12,829 tests and administered 22,351 vaccines.
Ms Palaszczuk said 67.76 per cent of eligible Queenslanders had received their first dose, and 48.89 per cent were fully vaccinated.
Toddler contracts COVID-19
This comes after Queensland reported two new cases of coronavirus yesterday, including a three-year-old girl.
The toddler is linked to known family in the aviation cluster and was already in isolation.
The other person is a young woman, 19, who had travelled from Victoria to Brisbane on a flight.
Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said the woman had been given an exemption to fly into Queensland from Victoria.
She got a notification while on the Jetstar plane, flight JQ562 from Melbourne, that she was positive.