“This approach will take immediate effect and remain in place until further notice,” Queensland Police said in a statement.
“The decision has been made to minimise health risks to QPS officers and the community.
“Road safety continues to be a significant priority for the QPS. The QPS will continue to undertake random breath and drug testing through high visibility mobile patrols.
“The QPS is constantly conducting risk assessments and considering health advice to ensure officer and community safety as the COVID-19 situation unfolds.”
It comes as the coronavirus infection toll in Queensland has hit 68, with seven new infections announced earlier this afternoon.
Queensland LNP Senator Susan McDonald has also contracted the virus, making her the second Australian politician to get it.
“On Friday evening I began feeling unwell with a sore throat and a mild temperature, so I went to the Townsville Base Hospital Emergency Department to be tested for coronavirus before returning home, where I have been in self-isolation since that time,” she said.
“Unfortunately the test has today come back positive and I have now been admitted to hospital, where I will remain under the direction of Queensland Health.”
The Senator did not specify where she believes she got the virus from.