Today the state recorded zero new cases of COVID-19, marking what Premier Annastacia Palaszczuck described as a “double donut day”.
The demand has seen clinics overrun, with many people turned away yesterday and asked to come back later or go elsewhere.
Across the state, more than 31,000 jabs were handed down yesterday.
More than 41 per cent of the state’s eligible residents are now officially double-vaccinated, with almost 59 per cent of people having received one jab.
Ms Palaszczuck said that queues have today subsided.
“If you are thinking about getting your vaccine today, the queues are down, please come and get vaccinated,” she said.
“There is plenty of capacity at the moment and we will be open to 8pm this evening.
The premier has apologised to those residents who turned up for a jab, but were turned away.
“Some placed did not expect that amount of demand to come,” she said.
“So, we apologise to people where that happened, but we’ve got a lot of supplies today and like I said you can book online.”
The state did record one new local case yesterday, however the person was already in home-quarantine when they tested positive.
The infection is linked to the Sunnybank cluster, which now stands at 11.
“A big shout out to all of those people who have been identified as close contacts by our contact tracers and have gone into quarantine,” she said.
“Their decision to do the right thing, and abide by those directives to stay home is the decision that is keeping everyone safe and stopping this virus spreading throughout our community.”