COVID-19 in Australia

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Nature-wise


State-wise

COVID-19 pandemic in Australia by state/territory
Australian state/territory[lower-alpha 1] Cases[lower-alpha 2] Deaths Recoveries Active[lower-alpha 3] Hospital[lower-alpha 4] Tests Notes
Ref.
28,238 908 25,722 145 21 10,815,210
Australian Capital Territory 118 3 114 1 0 132,535 [1]
New South Wales 4,805 53 3,192 103 2 3,817,656 [lower-alpha 5][lower-alpha 6][lower-alpha 7] [2][3]
Northern Territory 72 0 62 10 10 79,341 [lower-alpha 8] [4]
Queensland 1,236 6 1,215 9 9 1,442,575 [5]
South Australia 566 4 559 3 0 793,307 [6]
Tasmania 234 13 221 0 0 139,975 [lower-alpha 9] [7]
Victoria] 20,361 820 19,531 10 0 3,799,935 [8]
Western Australia 846 9 828 9 0 609,886 [9]
As of 30 December 2020
Notes
  1. Diagnosed in Australia; nationality and location of original infection may vary. Data sourced from state and federal governments; where there are inconsistencies, federal reporting takes precedent. Under National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System reporting requirements, cases are reported based on their Australian jurisdiction of residence rather than where they were detected.
  2. Cumulative reported confirmed cases at time of update. Actual case numbers may be higher.
  3. Active cases based on state definition of active. Does not necessarily equate to the total cases minus deaths and recoveries.
  4. Cumulative hospitalisations. There are around 95,000 hospital beds in Australia (3.8 beds/1000 people).
  5. NSW reporting two Queenslanders who died in NSW.
  6. NSW active cases refer to those that are locally acquired with onset in the last 4 weeks (from 24 June)
  7. NSW total cases and recoveries include 189 historical cases in crew members on board a ship that were subsequently classified as Australian cases and included in NSW totals.
  8. NT reporting one extra case and recovery.
  9. Federal and Tasmanian reporting differ by 2 fewer cases.

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