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Latest news: Cases

Man in 90s dies with COVID in ACT, 65 in hospital

A man in his 90s has died with COVID-19 in the ACT and there are 65 patients in hospital, one of whom is in intensive care, as the Territory recorded 449 new cases in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.

ACT COVID hospitalisations down, 620 new cases, no deaths

The ACT has recorded 620 new COVID-19 cases and no deaths, as hospitalisation numbers decline from 66 to 61.

NSW records 49 COVID deaths, 13,354 cases

NSW has recorded 49 COVID-related deaths along with 13,354 new virus cases, as the state's school students prepare to return to class.

ACT records 734 new COVID cases, one death, 66 in hospital

A man in his 80s has died with COVID and 66 patients in ACT hospitals have the virus, as the ACT recorded 734 new cases in the 24 hours to 8pm yesterday.

ACT records 896 cases and no COVID deaths, 67 in hospital

The ACT has recorded 896 cases of COVID-19 with no deaths in the latest reporting period.

NSW COVID-19 patients rise, back-to-school plan on track

There's been a steep increase in COVID-19 patients in NSW hospitals and 24 more deaths, as the education minister promises positive cases won't force classrooms closures under the state's back-to-school plan.

ACT records 694 new coronavirus infections, 67 in hospital

The ACT has recorded 694 new coronavirus infections, taking the total number of active cases to 5336.

Victoria records 21,997 new cases, six more deaths

Victoria's COVID-19 case numbers have rocketed up again with 21,997 new cases recorded and six more deaths.

ACT records 24 new COVID-19 cases

The ACT has recorded a further 24 COVID-19 infections, bringing its active caseload to 400.

New Zealand records 24 COVID cases, all in Auckland

New Zealand's COVID-19 outbreak continues, with 24 new cases reported, all of them in the country's most populous city, Auckland.

ACT records 15 new COVID cases, 8 in hospital

The ACT has recorded 15 new COVID-19 cases in the 24 hours to 8pm last night, seven of which are linked

PM: Time to shift focus from case numbers to hospitalisations

While right now our national strategy is necessarily about suppressing the virus and vaccinating as many people as possible, a one-eyed focus on just case numbers overlooks the fact that less people are getting