Queensland listed three new instances of COVID-19 on Saturday, following a scary leap in figures earlier in the week.
The country currently has 31 busy scenarios.
Ms Palaszczuk said the new cases had been tracked from the nation’s health department.
“Now’s new instances are contacts of formerly confirmed cases and therefore are in quarantine,” she explained.
It follows the nation documenting two new instances on Friday, zero Thursday and eight on Wednesday.
Wednesday has been among the biggest single-day jumps from the country in months, together with three connected to an epidemic in Ipswich Hospital, along with five out of 1 family connected to an epidemic in the Queensland Correctional Services Academy.
But as then, the figures have trended down for the remainder of the week.
Deputy Premier Steven Miles is anticipated to present a further update at 1pm on Saturday.