Catholic church officials have promised that their doors will remain closed to outsiders until Christmas.
However, when the time comes, they may be open.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has published data from last year that showed there were 7,838 baptisms in the state.
Of those, 1,069 were from outside the state, with the vast majority of baptisms happening in Brisbane.
A spokesman for the Catholic Diocese of Brisbane said the church’s official website was not able to display the data because it was under maintenance.
“We’re really focused on helping people, as you can imagine, as we do have a lot of people who come from different backgrounds, and they come to our church,” he said.
“So we’re working on a lot more detail in terms of where they come from and what they need to do to get baptised, and how they can be baptised.”
It’s not just the Anglican Church that is facing the same issue.
There are also a number of other Anglican churches across Australia who are facing a lack of baptism data, and this is likely to continue for some time.
The Anglican Archdiocese of Australia said they had not received the data.
“There are still no official figures,” the spokesman said.