Here’s a quick wrap of each Australian jurisdiction’s latest COVID-19 statistics for Friday, April 29.
You can get a more detailed, visual breakdown through the ABC’s Charting the Spread story here.
This list will be updated throughout the day, so if you do not see your state or territory, please check back later.
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New South Wales
Seven more people in NSW have died with COVID in the latest reporting period.
The state has recorded 11,903 new cases.
There are 1,645 people hospitalized with the virus, down from 1,710 yesterday, and 68 requiring treatments in intensive care (also down slightly compared to Thursday’s figures).
The ACT has recorded 1,072 new COVID-19 cases.
There are currently 65 people in hospital with the virus in Canberra, including three patients in intensive care, but none requiring ventilation.
More than 80 per cent of Canberran children aged five to 11 have received a vaccine dose and 75 per cent of Canberrans aged 16 and older have received their booster.
Victoria has also recorded seven COVID deaths today, as well as 11,083 new cases.
There are 428 people hospitalized across the state, 35 in intensive care and five requiring ventilators.
Known active cases are up on yesterday’s figures – rising from 52,031 to 54,150.
A man in his 70s has died with COVID in Tasmania’s north, taking the state’s total number of deaths during the pandemic to 50.
There have been 1,090 new cases recorded today, down from 1202 yesterday.
Three people are in ICU and 37 people infected with COVID are hospitalized in total – 16 specifically for the treatment of symptoms.
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