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AUSTRALIA: #COVID19 Case Numbers & Sadly Deaths Across States & Territories

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#CoronavirusNewsDesk – Here’s a quick wrap of each Australian jurisdiction’s latest #COVID19 statistics for Sunday, May 1.

ABC’s Charting the Spread story here.

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ABC’s Charting the Spread story here.

  • ACT — No deaths, 69 cases in hospital
  • NSW — Five deaths, 1,604 cases in hospital
  • NT — No deaths, 50 cases in hospital
  • QLD — No deaths, 446 cases in hospital
  • SA — Two deaths, 229 cases in hospital
  • TAS — One death, 43 cases in hospital
  • VIC — Seven deaths, 437 cases in hospital
  • WA — No deaths, 221 cases in hospital

Western Australia

WA has recorded 5,551 new COVID cases.

There are more than 43,000 known active cases across the state.

Seven people are being treated in intensive care, with 221 people hospitalised in total.


Victoria has recorded another seven COVID-related deaths.

There were 7,654 new cases across the state in the latest reporting period, bringing the number of active cases to 55,513.

There are 437 people in Victorian hospitals after contracting COVID-19. Of those patients, 30 are in intensive care units and three are on ventilators.

The state has recorded almost 3,000 COVID-related deaths since the first infection was detected in 2020.

More than 67 per cent of Victorian adults have had at least three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.


Tasmania has recorded 816 new COVID-19 cases and one new COVID-related death.

Three people are being treated in intensive care and, in total, 43 are in hospital. However, only 19 are being treated specifically for COVID-19 symptoms.

The number of known active cases in the state has dropped slightly compared to yesterday, down from 6,322 to 6,289.

South Australia

Two men aged in their 40s and 50s have died in South Australia after testing positive for COVID-19.

The number of patients in SA’s hospitals with the virus has fallen to 229.

There are 16 people being treated for the virus in ICU and one person is on a ventilator.

The state has recorded 3,070 new infections reported, but less PCR tests were undertaken yesterday compared to previous days.


Queensland has recorded 5,333 new cases of COVID-19.

There are 446 people being treated for the virus in hospital, 14 of whom are in intensive care.

Health authorities have not been notified of any COVID-related deaths in the latest reporting period.

Northern Territory

One patient remains in intensive care with COVID-19 in the Northern Territory, with 50 people, in total, in hospital with the virus, a small increase on yesterday.

The territory has recorded 279 new cases, putting the number of known active cases at 2,807.

Both the number of new cases recorded today and the number of active cases are down slightly compared to yesterday.

New South Wales

Health authorities in New South Wales say another five people have died with COVID-19, a reduction from the 20 deaths recorded yesterday.

There are 1,604 people in hospital with the virus, and 75 of them are requiring treatment in intensive care.

The state has recorded 9,303 new cases, down from 11,709 yesterday.


Another 823 COVID-19 cases have been reported by health authorities in the Australian Capital Territory today.

There are 69 people in hospital with COVID-19, three of whom are in intensive care.

Chief Health Officer Kerryn Coleman says that — although symptom-free household contacts of COVID-19 cases do not need to quarantine anymore under eased restrictions — people who have been exposed to the virus should still consider whether they need to be out and about.

“I do hope that these changes will provide some relief to many workplaces and businesses that have been under pressure due to workforce shortages,” Dr Coleman says.

“Also, being able to go outside for a walk should help those of us who may have struggled being stuck inside for that seven-day period.”

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