Queensland is on the brink after three new cases of COVID have emerged-two of them teenage women who allegedly lied on their border declaration, carrying coronavirus to the southeast of the state.
Parklands Christian College is only one of the affected locations, possibly exposing around 800 students and staff.
Their actions have been branded as reckless, as a major testing and tracing project is underway in Queensland to stop the spread.
The two 19-year-olds who flew to Melbourne are known, reportedly planning to commit theft in high-end retail shops.
The two women also attended an illegal party on 19 July and received fines of $1600 for deliberately violating prohibitions.
They took off from Melbourne to Sydney on VA863 on July 21.
They stopped border controls by not leaving the terminal.
They arrived on VA977 in Brisbane, where they allegedly gave false names and false border declarations.
They toured restaurants, shopping centres and a church in the Springfield and Logan areas for the next eight days, exposing a large crowd.
Now, hundreds of nervous members of the group of Parklands Christian College are furious and fear they may have been infected.