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Queensland leaders target healthcare as election campaigns enter Week Two

Queensland leaders target healthcare as election campaigns enter Week Two
The campaign has entered its second week with Premier and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington both setting their sights on improvements to the state's sector.
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On Bribie Island, Ms Palaszczuk pledged $265 million to build seven new satellite hospitals over four years.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Labor candidate for Pumicestone Ali King and Deputy Premier and Health Minister Steven Miles announce a series of "satellite hospitals" on Bribie Island. (Nine - Toby Crockford)
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington hits the hustings in Hervey Bay with local candidate Steve Coleman on day seven of the Queensland election campaign. (Nine - Lydia Lynch)
In Hervey Bay Ms Frecklington promised to clear a backlog of elective surgery operations in a plan worth $300 million.
There is just over two weeks until Queenslanders head to the polls in the state election.
You can watch how the day unfolded in the video above.