Welcome to 24/7 live coverage of the continuing Covid-19 crisis in Australia.
On 18 December, Sydney’s Northern Beaches was declared a national COVID-19 hotspot following an outbreak that was linked to 28 cases. No patient zero has been found for this outbreak.By 20 December, 30 new cases were reported in Sydney, with 28 being linked to the Avalon RSL club and Avalon bowling club within the Northern Beaches cluster. This brings the total number of cases within the Northern Beaches cluster to 66.
Leveraging real-time open-source intelligence from multiple first-hand sources, we bring together all the latest data, charts and stats covering ACT, NSW, NT, Queensland, SA, Tasmania, Victoria, WA to provide a broad picture of the Australia’s corona virus statistics and track the impact of government response.
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Data used in the charts below are based on COVID-19 cases reported by states and territories, the Department of Health, reliable early information and other sources.
By the states and territories
Timeline of daily reported deaths
The charts provide insight into how many coronavirus cases by Australia and each state and territory (ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA), new and cumulative cases, case growth trajectories and coronavirus related death. You can also view real time stories under the charts as the developments unfold.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced that COVID-19 is a pandemic but at the moment Australia does not have widespread community transmission of COVID-19 and the majority of confirmed cases across Australia were linked to overseas origins.
Since the first Australian case of the new coronavirus was confirmed on Jan. 25 in Victoria when when a man returning from Wuhan, China was tested positive, the confirmed cases have continued to cluster around capital cities.
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Below is Australia’s coronavirus linked death toll.
Current death toll statistics
1 March: the nation’s first death was a 78-year-old Perth man who was a passenger on Diamond Princess.
4 March: a 95-year-old woman died at the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged-care facility in Sydney.
8 March: an 82-year-old man died at Dorothy Henderson Lodge in Sydney.
13 March: a 77-year-old Brisbane woman developed symptoms on a flight to Sydney and died the same day.
15 March: a 90-year-old woman died at Dorothy Henderson Lodge in Sydney.
18 March: an 86-year-old man died in a Sydney hospital.
20 March: an 81-year-old woman died at Ryde Hospital, Sydney.
24 March: a 77-year-old woman from the cruise ship Ruby Princess died in Sydney.
25 March: a 68-year-old man from Toowoomba, Queensland, with a serious underlying medical condition who had been infected on the cruise ship Voyager of the Seas died.
26 March: three men in their 70s all with pre-existing medical conditions died in Victoria. A Perth man in his 70s who was a passenger on the cruise ship Celebrity Solstice died in Western Australia.
28 March: a 91-year-old NSW woman from the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged-care facility died.
29 March: a 75-year-old woman from Queensland who was a passenger on Ruby Princess, and a man in his 80s from Victoria died.
30 March: two women in their 80s, one from Tasmania and one in the ACT died.
31 March: A man in his 80s who was a passenger on Ruby Princess cruise ship died
1 April: A 95-year-old woman from the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged-care facility died
2 April: A woman in her 70s in Victoria died, a 85-year-old man in Queensland died in Toowoomba Hospital.
3 April: A man in his 80s has died in intensive care at a Melbourne hospital, a woman in her 70s died in Albury, a 75-year-old man in died in Wollongong Hospital, a man in his 60s died in WA.
4 April: A woman in her 70s died in Victoria, a man in his 80s died in the ACT.
5 April: Four men at 61, 76, 80 and 91 died in NSW while one man, 78, died in QLD.
6 April: a man in his 50s and a woman in her 80s died in Victoria, a man in his 80s died in WA and a man in his 90s died at the Dorothy Henderson Lodge in Sydney, NSW.
7 April: Record 7 deaths reported, 1 in South Australia,two in WA, one in Tasmania,two in NSW and one in Victoria.
8 April: A woman in her 80s died in Victoria and a woman in her 60s died in South Australia.
9 April: A man in his 70s died in Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia
10 April: A man in his 80s died in Victoria, a man in his late 60s died in NSW, a man in his 70s died in Tasmania.
11 April: A man in his 80s died in Victoria, and a woman in her 90s died NSW.
12 April: A man in his 70s died in SA, a man died in NSW, and a woman in her 70s died in Tasmania.
13 April: A woman in her 70s and a man in his 70s died in NSW.
14 April: A woman in her 90s died in Tasmania.
15 April: A woman IN HER 60s died in ACT.
16 April: No deaths.
17 April: A ship crewman in his 40s on the Artania died in WA. A man in his 70s died Tasmania.
18 April: A man in his 70s died in Tasmania,a man in his 80s from QLD died in Sydney. A woman in her 50s died at the Tamworth Hospital and a man in his 90s died in NSW.
19 April: A man in his 80s who died in Victoria and a man in his 90s died in NSW.
22 April: A man in his 70s, an woman in her 80s and a woman in her 90s died in NSW.
23 April: TA man in his 60s died in Victoria and a woman in her late 70s died in NSW
24 April: A woman in her late 70s died in Tasmania, a German national in his 70s (a passenger on the Artania) died in Western Australia and a woman in her 90s died in NSW.
25 April: A man in his 90s died in Tasmania and an man in his 80s died in NSW.
26 April: A man in his 90s died in Victoria and a man in his 90s died in Tasmania.
If you believe you may have contracted the virus, call your doctor (avoid visiting unless asked) or contact the national Coronavirus Health Information Hotline on 1800 020 080. If you are struggling to breathe or experiencing a medical emergency, call 000.
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