UPDATE: Sunshine Coast goes days without new Covid-19 cases
THE Sunshine Coast has recorded no new Covid-19 cases in three days, leaving the region's total at 84.
Overnight Queensland recorded 13 new cases of the virus, taking the state's total to 934.
On Saturday, the Sunshine Coast had two new cases.
Across Queensland there are 42 people in hospital, with 11 of those in ICU on ventilators.
A further two are not requiring ventilators.
Of Queensland's cases 119 have contracted the virus from cruise ships.
Queensland Health confirmed the new cases today - showing the virus' spread has flattened in recent days following tough social distancing regulations.
But Queenslanders have been warned not to "ruin the good work" by taking off on outings or getaways over Easter.
"Our efforts to date have been very successful due to the work done by every single Queenslander," Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said.
"Queenslanders have been following the directions, the instructions, the requirements to minimise their travel outside their home, and it's really, really important that continues through this Easter period."
Queensland Health said contact tracing was under way for the nine new cases.
It will notify the community if any other public health alerts are required.
The majority of cases are from patients who have travelled overseas, or have had direct contact with a confirmed case who had travelled overseas.