Here’s a quick wrap of each Australian jurisdiction’s latest COVID-19 statistics today — Sunday, April 17.
You can get a more detailed, visual breakdown through the ABC’s Charting the Spread story right here.
This will be updated throughout the day, so if you do not see your state or territory, check back later.
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There have been another two COVID-19 deaths.
There are 401 cases in hospital, with 25 of those in intensive care and 10 requiring ventilation.
There were 8,153 new cases on Sunday, with a total of 57,567 active cases.
The state has recorded six more COVID-19 deaths.
There are 1,527 cases in hospital, 64 of those in intensive care.
There were 9,725 new cases announced on Sunday.
There are 26 patients with COVID-19 in hospital, with six patients requiring oxygen.
The NT has recorded 340 new COVID-19 cases. The active number of cases is 3,042.
Tasmania has recorded one new COVID-related death.
There are 47 patients in hospital, with one in ICU.
The state has recorded 1,212 new cases, with 9,788 active cases.
Queensland has recorded no new deaths.
There are 563 people with COVID-19 in hospital, with 19 in ICU.
The state has recorded 4,850 new cases, with 47,542 registered active cases.
WA has recorded eight further deaths, seven of which were historical deaths dating back to March 19.
There are 220 patients with COVID-19 in hospital, with seven in ICU.
The state has recorded 5,112 new cases, with 40,821 active cases.
South Australia has recorded no further deaths.
There are 225 patients with COVID-19 in hospital, with 12 in ICU and one patient requiring a ventilator.
The state recorded 2,675 new cases, with a total of 30,893 reported active cases.
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