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#AceNewsRoom With ‘Kindness & Wisdom’ Apr.30, 2022 @acehealthnews
#CoronavirusNewsDesk – Here’s a quick wrap of each Australian jurisdiction’s latest #COVID19 statistics for Saturday, April 30.
This list will be updated throughout the day, so if you do not see your state or territory, please check back later: You can jump to the COVID-19 information you want to read by clicking below.
- ACT — report still to come
- NSW — 20 deaths, 1,623 cases in hospital
- NT — No deaths, 45 cases in hospital
- QLD — Five deaths, 468 cases in hospital
- SA — Four deaths, 250 cases in hospital
- TAS — No deaths, 41 cases in hospital
- VIC — 19 deaths, 448 cases in hospital
- WA — Four historical deaths, 234 cases in hospital
WA Health has announced four historical COVID deaths dating back to March 29, including a woman aged in her 40s.
The state has recorded 6,829 new cases and there are currently 43,586 known active cases.
Meanwhile, eight people are being treated for the virus in ICU and, in total, there are 234 cases in hospital.
Four women aged between their 70s and 90s have died in South Australia after testing positive for COVID-19.
The number of patients being treated for the virus in SA’s hospitals has jumped from 222 to 250.
SA has reported 3,907 new cases today, about the same as yesterday.
As of midnight, household and close contacts have been able to leave isolation if they comply with several testing and social restrictions.
The Northern Territory has recorded 395 new COVID-19 cases today, mostly from rapid antigen tests.
Two people are being treated in intensive care and, in total, 45 people are in hospital with the virus.
That’s down slightly from 47 hospital cases yesterday.
There are 2,814 known active cases across the territory, also down slightly from yesterday, when there were 2,894.
Three people are being treated for COVID-19 in intensive care in Tasmania, with a total of 41 people with the virus in hospital.
That number of hospital admissions is up from 37 yesterday.
The state has recorded 1,054 new cases of the virus, mostly from rapid antigen testing, and there are more than 6,300 known active cases.
Victoria has recorded another 19 COVID-related deaths.
Across the state, there were 9,064 new cases reported in the latest data period, bringing the number of active cases to 54,992.
There are 448 people in Victorian hospitals after contracting COVID-19. Of those patients, 30 are in intensive care units and three are on ventilators.
More than 67 per cent of Victorian adults have had at least three doses of a coronavirus vaccine.
New South Wales
New South Wales has reported 20 COVID-related deaths today, with 1,623 people in hospital and 69 in intensive care.
The state has identified 11,709 new cases — almost identical to yesterday’s figures, when 11,903 cases were recorded, but only seven COVID-related deaths were confirmed in the state yesterday.
The last time the state recorded more than 20 COVID-19-related deaths in a single day was April 14, when health authorities confirmed the deaths of 21 people.
Since then, rates have been as low as four deaths per day but hovered around the mid-teens on average.
Queensland has recorded 5,885 new cases of COVID-19 and five deaths linked to the virus in the past 24 hours.
There are 468 people being treated for the virus in hospital, nine of whom are in intensive care.
State health authorities are aware of 36,603 active cases, down from 37,274 yesterday, and falling from the 40,000s earlier this week.
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