New South Wales COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19 cases in NSW.

26 October 2020 – NSW has reported four new cases. One locally transmitted and three cases from overseas travellers in hotel quarantine.

Source: health.nsw.gov.au/news

Date Daily CASES 7 day ave Cumulative
26/10/20 4 6.3 4,386
25/10/20 7 6.3 4,382
24/10/20 5 6.0 4,375
23/10/20 7 6.3 4,370
22/10/20 7 6.0 4,363
21/10/20 9 6.6 4,356
20/10/20 5 7.3 4,347
19/10/20 4 8.4 4,342
18/10/20 5 8.7 4,338
17/10/20 7 8.6 4,333
16/10/20 5 7.9 4,326
15/10/20 11 8.6 4,321
14/10/20 14 8.7 4,310
13/10/20 13 7.1 4,296
12/10/20 6 6.9 4,283
11/10/20 4 6.1 4,277
10/10/20 2 5.9 4,273
09/10/20 10 5.7 4,271
08/10/20 12 4.9 4,261
07/10/20 3 3.6 4,249
06/10/20 11 3.7 4,246
05/10/20 1 2.4 4,235
04/10/20 2 2.3 4,234
03/10/20 1 2.0 4,232
02/10/20 4 2.0 4,231
01/10/20 3 2.0 4,227
30/09/20 4 1.7 4,224
29/09/20 2 2.0 4,220
28/09/20 0 2.0 4,218
27/09/20 0 2.6 4,218
26/09/20 1 2.9 4,218
25/09/20 4 3.0 4,217
24/09/20 1 3.3 4,213
23/09/20 6 3.9 4,212
22/09/20 2 4.3 4,206
21/09/20 4 4.9 4,204
20/09/20 2 4.9 4,200
19/09/20 2 5.9 4,198
18/09/20 6 6.3 4,196
17/09/20 5 6.9 4,190
16/09/20 9 7.1 4,185
15/09/20 6 7.1 4,176
14/09/20 4 7.4 4,170
13/09/20 9 7.4 4,166
12/09/20 5 7.6 4,157
11/09/20 10 7.6 4,152
10/09/20 7 7.3 4,142
09/09/20 9 8.0 4,135
08/09/20 8 9.0 4,126
07/09/20 4 9.7 4,118
06/09/20 10 10.6 4,114
05/09/20 5 10.1 4,104
04/09/20 8 11.4 4,099
03/09/20 12 12.1 4,091
02/09/20 16 11.7 4,079
01/09/20 13 10.3 4,063
31/08/20 10 8.9 4,050
30/08/20 7 7.9 4,040
29/08/20 14 7.4 4,033
28/08/20 13 6.7 4,019
27/08/20 9 5.0 4,006
26/08/20 6 4.4 3,997
25/08/20 3 4.6 3,991
24/08/20 3 4.4 3,988
23/08/20 4 5.0 3,985
22/08/20 9 5.1 3,981
21/08/20 1 5.1 3,972
20/08/20 5 6.3 3,971
19/08/20 7 7.3 3,966
18/08/20 2 8.9 3,959
17/08/20 7 11.7 3,957
16/08/20 5 12.7 3,950
15/08/20 9 13.4 3,945
14/08/20 9 13.4 3,936
13/08/20 12 13.6 3,927
12/08/20 18 13.6 3,915
11/08/20 22 12.6 3,897
10/08/20 14 11.1 3,875
09/08/20 10 11.0 3,861
08/08/20 9 11.1 3,851
07/08/20 10 12.3 3,842
06/08/20 12 13.7 3,832
05/08/20 11 14.6 3,820
04/08/20 12 15.7 3,809
03/08/20 13 16.0 3,797
02/08/20 11 16.6 3,784
01/08/20 17 17.0 3,773
31/07/20 20 16.6 3,756
30/07/20 18 14.7 3,736
29/07/20 19 14.9 3,718
28/07/20 14 14.3 3,699
27/07/20 17 13.9 3,685
26/07/20 14 14.3 3,668
25/07/20 14 14.9 3,654
24/07/20 7 15.0 3,640
23/07/20 19 15.1 3,633
22/07/20 15 13.9 3,614
21/07/20 11 13.4 3,599
20/07/20 20 13.7 3,588
19/07/20 18 12.9 3,568
18/07/20 15 10.9 3,550
17/07/20 8 9.7 3,535
16/07/20 10 10.6 3,527
15/07/20 12 11.0 3,517
14/07/20 13 10.3 3,505
13/07/20 14 9.0 3,492
12/07/20 4 8.4 3,478
11/07/20 7 9.9 3,474
10/07/20 14 9.6 3,467
09/07/20 13 7.6 3,453
08/07/20 7 6.9 3,440
07/07/20 4 7.9 3,433
06/07/20 10 8.0 3,429
05/07/20 14 7.6 3,419
04/07/20 5 6.0 3,405
03/07/20 0 6.1 3,400
02/07/20 8 7.0 3,400
01/07/20 14 6.3 3,392
30/06/20 5 5.6 3,378
29/06/20 7 4.7 3,373
28/06/20 3 4.0 3,366
27/06/20 6 4.3 3,363
26/06/20 6 3.6 3,357
25/06/20 3 3.6 3,351
24/06/20 9 3.4 3,348
23/06/20 -1 2.3 3,339
22/06/20 2 2.9 3,340
21/06/20 5 3.0 3,338
20/06/20 1 3.6 3,333
19/06/20 6 3.9 3,332
18/06/20 2 2.9 3,326
17/06/20 1 2.6 3,324
16/06/20 3 2.9 3,323
15/06/20 3 2.7 3,320
14/06/20 9 2.7 3,317
13/06/20 3 1.3 3,308
12/06/20 -1 0.9 3,305
11/06/20 0 1.6 3,306
10/06/20 3 1.9 3,306
09/06/20 2 1.4 3,303
08/06/20 3 2.0 3,301
07/06/20 -1 2.0 3,298
06/06/20 0 2.6 3,299
05/06/20 4 2.6 3,299
04/06/20 2 2.3 3,295
03/06/20 0 2.1 3,293
02/06/20 6 1.7 3,293
01/06/20 3 1.1 3,287
31/05/20 3 1.1 3,284
30/05/20 0 0.9 3,281
29/05/20 2 1.1 3,281
28/05/20 1 1.1 3,279
27/05/20 -3 1.1 3,278
26/05/20 2 2.0 3,281
25/05/20 3 2.0 3,279
24/05/20 1 1.7 3,276
23/05/20 2 1.7 3,275
22/05/20 2 1.9 3,273
21/05/20 1 2.7 3,271
20/05/20 3 3.1 3,270
19/05/20 2 3.6 3,267
18/05/20 1 3.3 3,265
17/05/20 1 3.1 3,264
16/05/20 3 3.3 3,263
15/05/20 8 3.4 3,260
14/05/20 4 2.7 3,252
13/05/20 6 2.4 3,248
12/05/20 0 2.6 3,242
11/05/20 0 2.9 3,242
10/05/20 2 2.6 3,242
09/05/20 4 2.9 3,240
08/05/20 3 3.1 3,236
07/05/20 2 4.0 3,233
06/05/20 7 3.7 3,231
05/05/20 2 3.7 3,224
04/05/20 -2 4.1 3,222
03/05/20 4 4.7 3,224
02/05/20 6 5.3 3,220
01/05/20 9 6.1 3,214
30/04/20 0 5.7 3,205
29/04/20 7 6.4 3,205
28/04/20 5 5.7 3,198
27/04/20 2 5.9 3,193
26/04/20 8 6.4 3,191
25/04/20 12 8.3 3,183
24/04/20 6 8.0 3,171
23/04/20 5 11.3 3,165
22/04/20 2 12.1 3,160
21/04/20 6 41.1 3,158
20/04/20 6 41.3 3,152
19/04/20 21 41.7 3,146
18/04/20 10 38.3 3,125
17/04/20 29 41.9 3,115
16/04/20 11 44.7 3,086
15/04/20 205 48.7 3,075
14/04/20 7 26.3 2,870
13/04/20 9 32.3 2,863
12/04/20 -3 39.1 2,854
11/04/20 35 52.0 2,857
10/04/20 49 61.9 2,822
09/04/20 39 67.9 2,773
08/04/20 48 78.9 2,734
07/04/20 49 93.4 2,686
06/04/20 57 102.7 2,637
05/04/20 87 112.7 2,580
04/04/20 104 125.1 2,493
03/04/20 91 140.6 2,389
02/04/20 116 154.1 2,298
01/04/20 150 164.7 2,182
31/03/20 114 173.4 2,032
30/03/20 127 178.4 1,918
29/03/20 174 179.7 1,791
28/03/20 212 168.7 1,617
27/03/20 186 150.3 1,405
26/03/20 190 130.3 1,219
25/03/20 211 108.9 1,029
24/03/20 149 86.9 818
23/03/20 136 71.1 669
22/03/20 97 57.0 533
21/03/20 83 46.3 436
20/03/20 46 37.3 353
19/03/20 40 32.7 307
18/03/20 57 28.9 267
17/03/20 39 21.3 210
16/03/20 37 17.7 171
15/03/20 22 13.4 134
14/03/20 20 10.9 112
13/03/20 14 9.1 92
12/03/20 13 7.6 78
11/03/20 4 6.1 65
10/03/20 14 6.6 61
09/03/20 7 5.4 47
08/03/20 4 5.0 40
07/03/20 8 4.6 36
06/03/20 3 3.4 28
05/03/20 3 3.0 25
04/03/20 7 2.6 22
03/03/20 6 1.6 15
02/03/20 4 0.7 9
01/03/20 1 0.1 5
29/02/20 0 0.0 4
28/02/20 0 0.0 4
27/02/20 0 0.0 4
26/02/20 0 0.0 4
25/02/20 0 0.0 4
24/02/20 0 0.0 4
23/02/20 0 0.0 4
22/02/20 0 0.0 4
21/02/20 0 0.0 4
20/02/20 0 0.0 4
19/02/20 0 0.0 4
18/02/20 0 0.0 4
17/02/20 0 0.0 4
16/02/20 0 0.0 4
15/02/20 0 0.0 4
14/02/20 0 0.0 4
13/02/20 0 0.0 4
12/02/20 0 0.0 4
11/02/20 0 0.0 4
10/02/20 0 0.0 4
09/02/20 0 0.0 4
08/02/20 0 0.0 4
07/02/20 0 0.0 4
06/02/20 0 0.0 4
05/02/20 0 0.0 4
04/02/20 0 0.0 4
03/02/20 0 0.0 4
02/02/20 0 0.1 4
01/02/20 0 0.1 4
31/01/20 0 0.6 4
30/01/20 0 0.6 4
29/01/20 0 0.6 4
28/01/20 0 0.6 4
27/01/20 1 0.6 4
26/01/20 0 0.4 3
25/01/20 3 0.4 3

https://covidlive.com.au/report/daily-cases/nsw

 

South Australia Covid Cases

COVID-19 Cases in South Australia.

As at 25th October 2020, there have been 23 reported cases of COVID-19 in the month.  This is an average of 0.9 cases per day.

  • 26 October – 3 new cases. Total of 494 cases.
  • 25 October – 4 new cases. Total of 491 cases.
  • 24 October – no new cases. Total of 487 cases.
  • 23 October – no new cases. Total of 487 cases.
  • 22 October – 2 new cases. Total of 487 cases.
  • 21 October – 1 new cases. Total of 485 cases.
  • 20 October – no new cases. Total of 484 cases.
  • 19 October – no new cases. Total of 484 cases.
  • 18 October – 2 new cases. Total of 484 cases.
  • 17 October – 3 new cases. Total of 482 cases.
  • 16 October – no new cases. Total of 479 cases.
  • 15 October – no new cases. Total of 479 cases.
  • 14 October – 3 new cases. Total of 479 cases.
  • 13 October – 1 new case. Total of 476 cases.
  • 12 October – no new cases. Total of 475 cases.
  • 11 October – 2 new cases. Total of 475 cases.
  • 10 October – no new cases. Total of 473 cases.
  • 9 October – 1 new case. Total of 473 cases.
  • 8 October – no new cases. Total of 472 cases.
  • 7 October – no new cases. Total of 472 cases.
  • 6 October – 2 new cases. Total of 472 cases.
  • 5 October – no new cases. Total of 470 cases.
  • 4 October – no new cases. Total of 470 cases.
  • 3 October – no new cases. Total of 470 cases.
  • 2 October – 2 new cases. Total of 470 cases.
  • 1 October – no new cases. Total of 468 cases.
Monthly COVID-19 cases in South Australia.
  • There were 5 new cases in September, (0.17 per day) with a total of 468 cases at 30 September.
  • There were 13 new cases in August, (0.42 per day) with a total of 463 cases at 31 August.
  • There were 7 new cases in July, (0.23 per day) with a total of 450 at 31 July.
  • There were 3 new cases in June, (0.1 per day) with a total of 443 at 30 June.
  • There were 2 new cases in May, (0.06 per day) with a total of 440 at 31 May.
  • There were 101 new cases in April, (3.4 per day) with a total of 438 at 30 April.
  • There were 334 new cases in March, (10.8 per day) with a total of 337 at 31 March.
  • There were 3 new cases in February, (0.11 per day) with a total of 3 at 29 February.

The first cases were reported on 2nd February 2020.

https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/latest-news

WA New COVID-19 Cases

New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Western Australia.

There have been 63 cases of the Coronavirus COVID-19 reported in Western Australia during October up to the date of this post.
45 have been international air arrivals and 33 have been from ships anchored or moored in WA waters.

  • 26 October 2020: 2 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (all are returned travellers in hotel quarantine). There are currently 53 active cases from the total of 762.
  • 25 October 2020: 3 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (all are returned travellers in hotel quarantine). There are currently 54 active cases from the total of 760.
  • 24 October 2020: 4 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (all are returned travellers in hotel quarantine). There are currently 56 active cases from the total of 757.
  • 23 October 2020: 6 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (all are returned travellers in hotel quarantine). There are currently 52 active cases from the total of 753.
  • 22 October 2020: 8 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (all are returned travellers in hotel quarantine). There are currently 48 active cases from the total of 747.
  • 21 October 2020: 1 new case of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (A Filipino crewman from the bulk carrier, Key Integrity). There are currently 44 active cases from the total of 739.
  • 20 October 2020: 24 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (all 24 from the AL Messilah livestock carrier). There are currently 40 active cases from the total of 738.
  • 19 October 2020: 0 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. There are currently 20 active cases from the total of 714.
  • 18 October 2020: 3 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (One from each of the “Key Integrity” and “AL Messilah” vessels and one being an international worker in a State-run quarantine hotel.) There are currently 20 active cases from the total of 714.
  • 17 October 2020: 2 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Both from people in hotel quarantine). There are currently 19 active cases from the total of 711.
  • 16 October 2020: No new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. There are currently 17 active cases from the total of 709.
  • 15 October 2020: 5 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (All five cases are in hotel quarantine and travelled to Perth from either India, Nepal or Brazil.) There are now 24 active cases from the total of 709.
  • 14 October 2020: 1 new case of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Direct into hotel quarantine from the UK after arrival in Perth.) There are now 19 active cases from the total of 704.
  • 13 October 2020: 7 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (One direct into hotel quarantine from India after arrival in Perth. Six brought ashore from the bulk iron ore carrier “Vega Dream” anchored off Port Hedland). There are now 18 active cases from the total of 703.
  • 12 October 2020: 2 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (One direct into hotel quarantine from Indonesia after arrival in Perth. One brought ashore from the bulk iron ore carrier “Vega Dream” anchored off Port Hedland). There are now 18 active cases from the total of 696.
  • 11 October 2020: 2 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Both direct into hotel quarantine from international arrivals). There are now 15 active cases from the total of 694.
  • 10 October 2020: No new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. There are now 13 active cases from the total of 692.
  • 9 October 2020: 2 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Both direct into hotel quarantine from international arrivals). There are now 13 active cases from the total of 692.
  • 8 October 2020: 2 new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Both direct into hotel quarantine from international arrivals). There are now 11 active cases from the total of 690.
  • 7 October 2020: 1 new case of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Direct into hotel quarantine from international arrivals). There are now 9 active cases from the total of 688.
  • 6 October 2020: No new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. There are now 14 active cases from the total of 687.
  • 5 October 2020: 1 new case of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Direct into hotel quarantine from Dubai after arrival in Perth.). There are now 16 active cases from the total of 687.
  • 4 October 2020: No new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. There are now 17 active cases from the total of 686.
  • 3 October 2020: 1 new case of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Direct into hotel quarantine from Indonesia after arrival in Perth.). There are now 20 active cases from the total of 686.
  • 2 October 2020: No new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. There are now 20 active cases from the total of 685.
  • 1 October 2020: 1 new case of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight. (Direct into hotel quarantine from India after arrival in Perth.). There are now 22 active cases from the total of 685.

Source: health.wa.gov.au/News

Partner Visa Grant Statistics to 2019-2020

The Real Partner Visa Grant Statistics.

Official Statistics quote that there were 37,118 partner visas issued in 2019-20.

The partner visa outcome, which includes subclass 300 PMV (prospective spouses), in 2019-20 fell to 37,118 from 39,918 in 2018-19.

Other statistics show that over 100,000 partners visas were issued in 2019-20.

To work out the reason for the difference, I will be looking at the 2019-20 year to begin with…

What does that 37,118 partner visa outcomes actually mean?

If we look at a Department of Home Affairs Freedom of Information release (FA 200800712), we see the following for the 2019-20 year:

  • 22,054 visas granted for the 100 Partner visa.
  • 1,667 visas granted for the 300 Prospective Marriage visa.
  • 11,702 visas granted for the 309 Partner (Provisional) visa.
  • 43,506 visas granted for the 801 Partner visa.
  • 26,320 visas granted for the 820 Partner visa.
  • 105,249 visas granted for all five of these visas in just the 2019/20 year.

Partner Visa GrantsIgnore the grand totals above as that includes subclass 600 visitor visas.

That same FoI request also showed the Refusals…

  • 2,257 applications refused for the 100 Partner visa.
  • 586 applications refused for the 300 Prospective Marriage visa.
  • 1,489 applications refused for the 309 Partner (Provisional) visa.
  • 1,969 applications refused for the 801 Partner visa.
  • 1,387 applications refused for the 820 Partner visa.
  • 5,431 applications refused for all five of these visas.

and the Withdrawals…

  • 852 applications withdrawn for the 100 Partner visa.
  • 511 applications withdrawn for the 300 Prospective Marriage visa.
  • 549 applications withdrawn for the 309 Partner (Provisional) visa.
  • 1,583 applications withdrawn for the 801 Partner visa.
  • 935 applications withdrawn for the 820 Partner visa.
  • 3,578 applications withdrawn for all five of these visas.

This shows the following total “outcomes”; Grants, Refusals and Withdrawals for the year as:

  • 25,163 Visa outcomes for the 100 Partner visa.
  • 2,764 Visa outcomes for the 300 Prospective Marriage visa.
  • 13,740 Visa outcomes for the 309 Partner (Provisional) visa.
  • 47,058 Visa outcomes for the 801 Partner visa.
  • 28,642 Visa outcomes for the 820 Partner visa.
  • 114,258 Visa outcomes for all five of these visas.

Another Department of Home Affairs Freedom of Information (FA-20070092) shows the Partner Visa Grants in 2019-20 by month.

A quick very rough calculation, from about 8,000 grants each month for 12 months, is 96,000 grants in 2019-20.

This is well above the 37,118 partner visas issued in 2019-20. (That is 3,093 per month)

Confused??

Now to look at another year, just in case of an odd error.

2018-19 Partner Visa Grants

The normal quoted figures showed 39,918 partner visa outcomes in 2018-19.

From figures obtained for this page: Subclass 309 Visa Grant and Refusal Figures 2014-2019, dated 19/10/2019, it shows that 18,390 Subclass 309’s were finalised during 2018-19, with 15,991 being granted.

Add the above to the subclass 820 figures from: Subclass 820 Visa Grant and Refusal Figures 2014-2019, with 29,425 Subclass 820’s were finalised during 2018-19 with 26,475 Subclass 820’s being granted.

We are now at 47,865 visa finalisations  (18,390 + 29,475), from just TWO of the FIVE visa subclasses.

Could these figures of 37,118 for 2019-20 and 39,918 in 2018-19, just relate to Permanent Visa Grants?

The above seems to feel it includes subclass 300 Prospective Marriage Visas, which are not Permanent Visas.

But, lets see.

The 100 and 801 subclasses are the TWO Permanent Partner Visas from this visa group of five subclasses.

subclass 100 Visa Grant Numbers 2019-2020 shows:

  • During the 2018-19 year, 26,705 Subclass 100 visas ( 88 %) were granted, from the 30,367 finalised.
  • During the 2019-20 year, 22,054 Subclass 100 visas ( 88 %) were granted, from the 25,163 finalised.

subclass 801 Visa Grant Numbers 2019-2020 shows:

  • During the 2018-19 year, 26,312 Subclass 801 visas ( 86 %) were granted, from the 30,583 finalised.
  • During the 2019-20 year, 43,506 Subclass 801 visas ( 93 %) were granted, from the 47,058 finalised.

These two sets of figures total:

  • 2018-19: 53,017 subclass 100s and 801s were granted from the 60,950 finalised.
  • 2019-20: 65,560 subclass 100s and 801s were granted from the 72,221 finalised.

I am still a bit lost on where those 37,118 and 39,918 figures come from.

Could it be just the Temporary visas counted.

Could it just be the subclasses 300, 309 and 820 that are counted?

subclass 300 Visa Grant Numbers 2019-2020

  • During the 2018-19 year, 2,587 Subclass 300 visas ( 68 %) were granted, from the 3,802 finalised.
  • During the 2019-20 year, 1,667 Subclass 300 visas ( 60 %) were granted, from the 2,764 finalised.

subclass 309 Visa Grant Numbers 2019-2020

  • During the 2018-19 year, 15,991 Subclass 309 visas ( 87 %) were granted, from the 18,390 finalised.
  • During the 2019-20 year, 11,702 Subclass 309 visas ( 85 %) were granted, from the 13,740 finalised

subclass 820 Visa Grant Numbers 2019-2020

  • During the 2018-19 year, 26,475 Subclass 820 visas ( 90 %) were granted, from the 29,425 finalised.
  • During the 2019-20 year, 26,320 Subclass 820 visas ( 92 %) were granted, from the 28,642 finalised.

These three sets of figures total:

  • 2018-19: 45,053 subclass 300s 309s and 100s were granted from the 51,617 finalised.
  • 2019-20: 39,689 subclass 300s 309s and 100s were granted from the 45,146 finalised.

This is closer to the 39,918 in 2018-19 and 37,118 in 2019-20.

If we look at only the 309 and 820 we get:

  • 2018-19: 42,466 subclass 309s and 820s were granted from the 47,815 finalised.
  • 2019-20: 38,022 subclass 309s and 820s were granted from the 42,382 finalised.

The 2019-20 figure of 38,022 is much closer to the 37,118 figure, but the 2018-19 is still over 2,000 out.

2018-19 Partner Visa Grants and Refusals

Another Calculation on Visa Grants and Visas in the Pipeline.

Looking at the figures in the above image from the Department of Home Affairs:
Start with 78,742 applications on hand 30/6/18
Add another 61,884 applications lodged 2018/19
Remove 39,918 application outcomes 2018/19
You have left 100,708 . The above chart says 89,648.

Start with 100,708 applications on hand 30/6/19
Add another 52,479 applications lodged in 2019/20
Remove 37,118 application outcomes in 2019/20
You have left 116,069 . The above chart says 93,361.

A difference of 19,708 missing applications in two years.

Is the figure of Outcomes only the grants, and that 19,708 are the number either refused or withdrawn?

That would be 77,036 grants and 19,708 (20%) refused or withdrawn.

Australian Coronavirus Deaths 2020

Coronavirus COVID-19 Deaths in Australia..

Australia had 19 COVID-19 deaths so far in October 2020.
All of these were in Victoria.

Australia had 234 COVID-19 deaths in September 2020.
233 of these were in Victoria.
1 was in New South Wales.

Australia had 455 COVID-19 deaths in August 2020.
452 of these were in Victoria.
3 were in New South Wales.

Australia had 93 COVID-19 deaths in July 2020.
All 93 of these were in Victoria.

Australia had 1 COVID-19 deaths in June 2020.
This single death was in Victoria.
Australian Coronavirus Deaths 2020

Last Deaths in Each State or Territory

Vic: 19th October
NSW: 20th September
WA: 3rd May
Tas: 30th April
QLD: 18th April
ACT: 15th April
SA: 12th April
NT: No deaths recorded
Updated as at 23th October 2020.

COVID-19 Deaths in Australia, by State

Of the 905 COVID-19 deaths in Australia, the numbers for each state are:

  • 817 deaths in Victoria – 90.3%
  • 53 deaths in New South Wales – 5.9%
  • 6 deaths in Queensland – 0.7%
  • 9 deaths in Western Australia – 1.0%
  • 4 deaths in South Australia – 0.4%
  • 13 deaths in Tasmania – 1.4%
  • 3 deaths in ACT – 0.3%
  • 0 deaths in NT – 0.0%

Monthly Covid-19 related Deaths in Australia

Of the 905 total deaths in Australia, the numbers per month were:

  • 19 deaths in March 2020. (7 in NSW, 4 in Vic, 3 in QLD, 2 in WA, 2 in Tas and 1 in ACT.)
  • 74 deaths in April 2020. (34 in NSW, 14 in Vic, 11 in Tas, 6 in WA, 4 in SA, 3 in QLD and 2 in ACT)
  • 10 deaths in May 2020. (8 in NSW, 1 in WA and 1 in Victoria)
  • 1 deaths in June 2020. (This single death was in Victoria.)
  • 93 deaths in July 2020. (All 93 in Victoria.)
  • 455 deaths in August 2020. (452 in Victoria, 3 in NSW)
  • 234 deaths in September 2020. (233 in Victoria, 1 in NSW)
  • 19 deaths in October 2020. (19 in Victoria, 0 in NSW.)

These figures are normally based on the State that the person died in. Some may be residents from other States, or countries.
Source: covidlive.com.au

On the 16th March 2020, the Australian government said that up to 150,000 Australians could die from the coronavirus under a worst case scenario.


COVID-19 Deaths in Australia, by Date.

A summary of the COVID-19 Deaths in Australia, on a daily basis.  These figures are normally for the 24 hours ending in the morning of the date shown.  Effectively being for the day before.

Date Daily Deaths 7 day ave Cumulative
26/10/20 0 0 905
25/10/20 0 0.1 905
24/10/20 0 0.1 905
23/10/20 0 0.1 905
22/10/20 0 0.1 905
21/10/20 0 0.1 905
20/10/20 0 0.9 905
19/10/20 1 1 905
18/10/20 0 0.9 904
17/10/20 0 1 904
16/10/20 0 1 904
15/10/20 0 1 904
14/10/20 5 1 904
13/10/20 1 0.6 899
12/10/20 0 0.6 898
11/10/20 1 0.6 898
10/10/20 0 0.6 897
09/10/20 0 1 897
08/10/20 0 1.3 897
07/10/20 2 1.6 897
06/10/20 1 1.9 895
05/10/20 0 2.7 894
04/10/20 1 3.1 894
03/10/20 3 3.3 893
02/10/20 2 3 890
01/10/20 2 3.9 888
30/09/20 4 4 886
29/09/20 7 4 882
28/09/20 3 3 875
27/09/20 2 3 872
26/09/20 1 4 870
25/09/20 8 5 869
24/09/20 2 4 861
23/09/20 5 5 859
22/09/20 3 5 854
21/09/20 2 5 851
20/09/20 5 6 849
19/09/20 7 6 844
18/09/20 5 6 837
17/09/20 8 6 832
16/09/20 8 6 824
15/09/20 0 7 816
14/09/20 6 8 816
13/09/20 7 8 810
12/09/20 6 8 803
11/09/20 9 9 797
10/09/20 7 16 788
09/09/20 11 17 781
08/09/20 8 16 770
07/09/20 9 16 762
06/09/20 5 20 753
05/09/20 11 21 748
04/09/20 59 22 737
03/09/20 15 15 678
02/09/20 6 16 663
01/09/20 5 19 657
31/08/20 41 19 652
30/08/20 11 16 611
29/08/20 18 16 600
28/08/20 11 16 582
27/08/20 22 15 571
26/08/20 24 14 549
25/08/20 8 12 525
24/08/20 15 14 517
23/08/20 17 15 502
22/08/20 13 15 485
21/08/20 9 14 472
20/08/20 13 15 463
19/08/20 12 14 450
18/08/20 17 15 438
17/08/20 25 16 421
16/08/20 17 15 396
15/08/20 4 14 379
14/08/20 14 16 375
13/08/20 9 15 361
12/08/20 21 15 352
11/08/20 19 14 331
10/08/20 18 13 312
09/08/20 16 12 294
08/08/20 12 11 278
07/08/20 11 10 266
06/08/20 8 9 255
05/08/20 15 10 247
04/08/20 11 9 232
03/08/20 13 9 221
02/08/20 7 8 208
01/08/20 4 8 201
31/07/20 7 8 197
30/07/20 14 8 190
29/07/20 9 7 176
28/07/20 6 6 167
27/07/20 6 5 161
26/07/20 10 5 155
25/07/20 5 4 145
24/07/20 7 3 140
23/07/20 5 3 133
22/07/20 2 2 128
21/07/20 3 2 126
20/07/20 1 2 123
19/07/20 3 2 122
18/07/20 3 2 119
17/07/20 3 1 116
16/07/20 2 1 113
15/07/20 1 1 111
14/07/20 2 1 110
13/07/20 0 0 108
12/07/20 1 1 108
11/07/20 1 0 107
10/07/20 0 0 106
09/07/20 0 0 106
08/07/20 0 0 106
07/07/20 0 0 106
06/07/20 2 0 106
05/07/20 0 0 104
04/07/20 0 0 104
03/07/20 0 0 104
02/07/20 0 0 104
01/07/20 0 0 104
30/06/20 0 0 104
29/06/20 0 0 104
28/06/20 0 0 104
27/06/20 0 0 104
26/06/20 0 0 104
25/06/20 0 0 104
24/06/20 1 0 104
23/06/20 0 0 103
22/06/20 0 0 103
21/06/20 0 0 103
20/06/20 0 0 103
19/06/20 0 0 103
18/06/20 0 0 103
17/06/20 0 0 103
16/06/20 0 0 103
15/06/20 0 0 103
14/06/20 0 0 103
13/06/20 0 0 103
12/06/20 0 0 103
11/06/20 0 0 103
10/06/20 0 0 103
09/06/20 0 0 103
08/06/20 0 0 103
07/06/20 0 0 103
06/06/20 0 0 103
05/06/20 0 0 103
04/06/20 0 0 103
03/06/20 0 0 103
02/06/20 0 0 103
01/06/20 0 0 103
31/05/20 0 0 103
30/05/20 0 0 103
29/05/20 0 0 103
28/05/20 0 0 103
27/05/20 0 0 103
26/05/20 0 0 103
25/05/20 0 0 103
24/05/20 0 1 103
23/05/20 1 1 103
22/05/20 1 0 102
21/05/20 0 0 101
20/05/20 0 0 101
19/05/20 1 0 101
18/05/20 1 0 100
17/05/20 0 0 99
16/05/20 0 0 99
15/05/20 0 0 99
14/05/20 0 0 99
13/05/20 1 0 99
12/05/20 0 0 98
11/05/20 0 0 98
10/05/20 0 0 98
09/05/20 0 1 98
08/05/20 0 1 98
07/05/20 0 1 98
06/05/20 0 1 98
05/05/20 1 1 98
04/05/20 1 2 97
03/05/20 2 2 96
02/05/20 0 2 94
01/05/20 1 2 94
30/04/20 2 2 93
29/04/20 2 2 91
28/04/20 5 2 89
27/04/20 1 2 84
26/04/20 2 2 83
25/04/20 2 2 81
24/04/20 3 2 79
23/04/20 2 2 76
22/04/20 2 2 74
21/04/20 1 1 72
20/04/20 1 1 71
19/04/20 2 2 70
18/04/20 3 2 68
17/04/20 2 2 65
16/04/20 0 2 63
15/04/20 1 2 63
14/04/20 1 2 62
13/04/20 2 3 61
12/04/20 3 3 59
11/04/20 2 4 56
10/04/20 3 4 54
09/04/20 1 4 51
08/04/20 2 4 50
07/04/20 7 4 48
06/04/20 6 3 41
05/04/20 5 3 35
04/04/20 2 2 30
03/04/20 4 2 28
02/04/20 3 2 24
01/04/20 2 2 21
31/03/20 1 2 19
30/03/20 2 2 18
29/03/20 2 1 16
28/03/20 1 1 14
27/03/20 0 1 13
26/03/20 4 1 13
25/03/20 1 0 9
24/03/20 1 0 8
23/03/20 0 0 7
22/03/20 0 0 7
21/03/20 0 0 7
20/03/20 1 0 7
19/03/20 0 0 6
18/03/20 0 0 6
17/03/20 1 0 6
16/03/20 0 0 5
15/03/20 0 0 5
14/03/20 1 0 5
13/03/20 1 0 4
12/03/20 0 0 3
11/03/20 0 0 3
10/03/20 0 0 3
09/03/20 0 0 3
08/03/20 1 0 3
07/03/20 0 2
06/03/20 0 2
05/03/20 0 2
04/03/20 0 2
03/03/20 1 2
02/03/20 0 1
01/03/20 1 1

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Deaths – Cruise Ship Passengers

The cruise ship deaths include:

  • 3 from the Voyager of the Seas. (Sydney, NSW).
  • 28 from the Ruby Princess. (Sydney, NSW).
  • 1 from the Diamond Princess. (Japan).
  • 1 from the Celebrity Solstice. (Sydney, NSW).
  • 4 from the MV Artania. (Fremantle, WA).
  • 1 from the Ovation of the Seas. (Sydney, NSW).
  • 1 from the Celebrity Eclipse. (Sydney, NSW).

Age groups of Coronavirus Deaths.

The World Health Organisation say that 95% of deaths in Europe are for the over 60 age group, and 50% are over 80.

Australian Deaths at the end of July were 97.1% in the over 60 age group and 64% are over 80. With 2.9% in the UNDER 60 age group.


Information Subsections:


Australian Coronavirus Deaths – Daily Reports.

  • Saturday 25th July 2020 –  To Be Advised
    1. To Be Advised.
  • Friday 24th July 2020 –  139  reported deaths so far.
    1. A male in his 90s died in Victoria.
    2. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
    3. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
    4. A female in her 80s died in Victoria.
    5. A female in her 80s died in Victoria.
    6. A female in her 90s died in Victoria.
  • Thursday 23rd July 2020 – 133 reported deaths so far.
    1. A male in his 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    2. A male in his 70s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    3. A female in her 70s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    4. .
  • Wednesday 22nd July 2020 – 128 reported deaths so far.
    1. A male in his 50s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    2. A male in his 70s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
  • Tuesday 21st July 2020 – 126 reported deaths so far.
    1. A male in his 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    2. A male in his 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    3. A female in her 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
  • Monday 20th July 2020 – 123 reported deaths so far.
    1. A female in her 100s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
  • Sunday 19th July 2020 – 122 reported deaths so far.
    1. A male in his 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    2. A woman in her 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria
    3. A woman in her 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria
  • Saturday 18th July 2020 – 119 reported deaths so far.
    1. A male in his 80s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    2. A woman in her 80s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria
    3. A woman in her 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria
  • Friday 17th July 2020 – 116 reported deaths.
    1. A male in his 70s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    2. A male in his 80s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria
    3. A woman in her 80s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
  • Thursday 16th July 2020 – 113 reported deaths.
    1. A male in his 80s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria
    2. A male in his 80s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria
  • Wednesday 15th July 2020 – 111 reported deaths.
    1. A woman in her 90s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
  • Tuesday 14th July 2020 – 110 reported deaths.
    1. A woman in her 80s passed away from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    2. A man in his 80s also passed away from COVID-19 at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
  • Sunday 12th July 2020 – 108 reported deaths.
    1. A male in his 70s died in Victoria.
  • Saturday 11th July 2020 – 107 reported deaths.
    1. A male in his 90s died in Victoria. He was a resident at the Glendale Aged care home in Melbourne. 10 out of the 484 staff and residents tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Monday 6th July 2020 – 106 reported deaths.
    1. A male in his 60s died in hospital in Victoria.
    2. A male in his 90s died in hospital in Victoria.
  • Thursday 25th June 2020 – 104 reported deaths.
    1. An 85 yr old male that died on Mon, 27 April 2020, at the Opal Care home in NSW, was reclassified as a Covid-19 death.
  • Wednesday 24th June 2020 – 103 reported deaths.
    1. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  • Saturday 23rd May 2020 – 102 deaths.
    1. A male in his 60s died in Victoria.
  • Friday 22nd May 2020 – 101 deaths.
    1. An 80 year old woman died from the virus at Concord hospital in Sydney NSW.
  • Tuesday 19th May 2020 – 100 deaths.
    1. A 93 yr old female resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died.
  • Monday 18th May 2020 – 99 deaths.
    1. A man in his 60s has died from Covid-19, in NSW.
  • Wednesday 13th May 2020 – 99 deaths.
    1. An 81-year-old female passenger from the Ruby Princess has died in NSW.
  • Saturday 9th May 2020 – 98 deaths.
    1. A 92 yr old Female resident at the Newmarch House aged care home, is their 17th Covid-19 fatality.  This death has not been included in the official COVID deaths as she was reported as having recovered prior to her death. However, it is stated that COVID-19 weakened her enough for her condition to result in her early death..
  • Tuesday 5th May 2020 – 97 deaths.
    1. An unnamed resident at the Newmarch House aged care home, is their 16th Covid-19 fatality.
  • Monday 4th May 2020 – 96 deaths.
    1. A Male resident is the 15th to die at the Newmarch House aged care home.
  • Sunday 3rd May 2020 – 95 deaths.
    1. A 76 yr old female resident of the Newmarch House aged care home, NSW, died overnight.
    2. An 83 yr old female, with pre-existing health conditions, has died in WA.
  • Friday 1st May 2020 – 93 deaths.
    1. A 74 yr old Male resident of the Newmarch House aged care home, died overnight.
    2. An 86-year-old woman died at the Mersey Community Hospital in Latrobe, Tasmania.
  • Thursday 30th April 2020 – 91 deaths.
    1. An 86-year-old woman from northwest Tasmania died overnight..
  • Wednesday 29th April 2020 – 90 deaths.
    1. The 12th death at the Newmarch House aged care home in NSW have been reported today.
    2. A woman in her 80s has died in Victoria.
  • Tuesday 28th April 2020 – 88 deaths.
    1. An 89 year old female resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died.
    2. Four deaths at the Newmarch House aged care home in NSW have been reported today.
  • Sunday 26th April 2020 – 83 deaths.
    1. A man in his 90s died in Mersey Community hospital, Latrobe, Tasmania.
    2. A man in his 90s died in hospital in Victoria.
  • Saturday 25th April 2020 – 81 deaths.
    1. An 83-year-old male resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died.
  • Friday 24th April 2020 – 80 deaths.
    1. A 79-year-old woman, from Melaleuca aged care, Devonport, Tasmania, passed away overnight.
    2. A male in his 70s, a passenger from the Artania, is the 8th COVID death in WA. The 7th from a cruise ship in WA.
    3. A 96 yr old female, with multiple health issues, died in the Newmarch age care home, NSW (5th at Newmarch)
    4. A 90 year old man died in Mersey Community hospital, Latrobe, Tasmania.
  • Thursday 23rd April 2020 – 76 deaths.
    1. A man in his 60s, diagnosed with Covid-19, died overnight in Victoria.
    2. A 79 yr old female resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died.
  • Tuesday 21st April 2020 – 74 deaths.
    1. A 92 yr old female resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died with COVID-19.
    2. A 75-year-old man died at Sydney’s St George Hospital
    3. An 80-year-old woman died at Gosford Hospital
  • Sunday 19th April 2020 – 71 deaths.
    1. An 84 yr old man died in hospital in Victoria, taking the state’s death toll to 15.
    2. A 94 yr old male resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died with COVID-19.
  • Saturday 18th April  2020 – 69 deaths.
    1. A 74-year-old man died at the Northwest Regional Hospital, Tasmania. The state’s death toll is 8.
    2. An 83-year-old Queensland man, a Celebrity Eclipse passenger, died in the Royal Prince Alfred, Sydney.
    3. A 58-year-old woman died in Tamworth Hospital, NSW, bringing the national toll to 68.
    4. A 93 yr old male resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died with COVID-19.
  • Friday 17th April  2020 – 65 deaths.
    1. A 72-year-old man has died from coronavirus in Latrobe, Tasmania. The state’s death toll is 7.
  • Thursday 16th April 2020 – 64 deaths in total. 
    1. A 42 yr old Filipino crew member of the Artania cruise ship has died in Perth, WA.
  • Wednesday 15th April 2020 – 63 deaths in total. 
    1. A woman, in her 60s, a Ruby Princess passenger, has died in a Canberra Hospital.
  • Tuesday 14th April 2020 – 62 deaths in total. 
    1. A 91 yr old woman died in Mersey Community Hospital in Tasmania.
  • Monday 13th April 2020 – 61 deaths in total. 
    1. A 76-year-old male Ruby Princess passenger, has died in Newcastle, NSW from coronavirus.
    2. A 74-year-old female Ruby Princess passenger, has died at the John Hunter hospitals, NSW from coronavirus.
  • Sunday 12th April 2020 – 59 deaths in total. 
    1. A 74-year-old male Ruby Princess passenger, has died in South Australia from coronavirus.
    2. A woman in her 70s has died in Tasmania.
    3. An 82 yr old man has died in NSW.
  • Saturday 11th April 2020 – 56 deaths in total.
    1. An elderly man, in his late 70s has died with Covid at a hospital in Tasmania.
    2. A man in his 80s has died in Victoria.
    3. A  91 yr old woman with pre-existing health conditions died in a NSW hospital.
  • Friday 10th April 2020 – 53 deaths in total.
    1. A man, aged in his 80s, died in a Victorian hospital overnight.
    2. A 69-year-old NSW man has died from coronavirus at a Newcastle hospital, after returning from QLD.
  • Thursday 9th April 2020 – 51 deaths in total.
    1. A 76-year-old man died in the Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA. He is linked to the Barossa cluster.
  • Wednesday 8th April 2020 – 50 deaths in total.
    1. A woman in her 80s died in hospital in Victoria after contracting COVID-19.
    2. A 62 yr old woman died in the Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA acquiring COVID-19 from the Ruby Princess.
    3. A woman in her 70s died at Royal Perth Hospital, WA,recently returned from overseas.
    4. A man in his 70s died at Royal Perth Hospital, WA, a passenger on the MV Artania.
  • Tuesday 7th April 2020 – 46 deaths in total.
    1. A 75-year-old Adelaide man died from COVID-19 while in the Intensive Care Unit at Royal Adelaide Hospital on Monday night. (SA) Linked to wedding with guests from Italy.  7news.com.au
    2. An 87-year-old woman in NSW was a recent Ruby Princess passenger.  (7news.com.au)
    3. A 90-year-old male resident of the Opal Care nursing home in Bankstown (2nd death from there) who died in Liverpool Hospital, NSW. (7news.com.au)
    4. Victoria has recorded another death, details withheld.
    5. A man on his 80s, a Ruby Princess passenger, has died in Tasmania.
  • Monday 6th April 2020 – 41 deaths in total.
    1. An 85 year old man died from COVID-19 in New South Wales. 7news.com.au
    2. An 86 year old man died from COVID-19 at the Opal Care Bankstown, New South Wales. 7news.com.au
    3. A 55 yr old male health care worker has died from COVID-19 in Dandenong Hospital, Victoria.
    4. A woman in her 80s has died from COVID-19 in Victoria.
    5. An 84 yr old man has died at Royal Perth Hospital. He was a Ruby Princess passenger. abc.net.au
    6. A 90 year old male resident of the Dorothy Henderson Lodge in Macquarie Park, NSW has died from COVID-19, the 6th from this aged care facility.  baptistcare.org.au/…/dorothy-henderson-lodge
  • Sunday 5th April 2020 – 35 deaths in total.
    1. A 61 yr old from the Ruby Princess Cruise ship, died in Westmead Hospital. abc.net.au
    2. A 76 yr old from the Ruby Princess Cruise ship, died in Westmead Hospital. abc.net.au
    3. An 80 yr old from the Ruby Princess Cruise ship, died in Port Macquarie Base Hospital. abc.net.au
    4. A 91 yr old died at Hornsby Hospital. abc.net.au
    5. A 78-year-old man who reportedly had underlying medical conditions, passed away at Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane. He is the 11th Ruby Princess passenger to die from COVID-19. 7news.com.au
  • Saturday 4th April 2020 – 30 deaths in total.
    1. A woman aged in her 70s died overnight in hospital in Victoria after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
    2. A man aged in his 80s with pre-existing health conditions, died in Canberra.
  • Friday 3rd April 2020 – 28 deaths in total.
    1. A foreign passenger, in his 60’s, from the MV Artania cruise ship, died at Joondalup Health Campus, WA.  (www.abc.net.au)
    2. A 75-year-old man passenger from the Ovation of the Seas cruise ship died in Wollongong Hospital.
    3. A Victorian woman in her 80s died in hospital.
    4. A man in his 80s died in intensive care at a Melbourne hospital, Victoria.
    5. A 74-year-old woman died in Albury, NSW. (abc.net.au)
  • Thursday 2nd April 2020 – 23 deaths in total.
    1. An 85 year old man died in hospital at Toowoomba, (a Ruby Princess passenger). abc.net.au
    2. A woman in her 70s died in a Victorian hospital. (5th case in Victoria). (themorningbulletin.com.au)
  • Wednesday 1st April 2020 – 21 deaths in total.
    1. A 67 year old female died at Orange Base Hospital in NSW’s Central West. A Ruby Princess passenger.
    2. A 95 year old female became the 5th resident at the Dorothy Henderson aged care facility, in Sydney, to die from COVID-19.
  • Tuesday 31st March 2020 – 19 deaths in total.
    1. An 80 year old man died in Tasmania overnight. He is the 2nd death in Tasmania related to the Ruby Princess.
  • Monday 30th March 2020 –  18 deaths in total.
    1. A woman in her 80s has died after contracting Covid-19 from the Ruby Princess cruise ship. 7news. This is the first death in Tasmania.
    2. A woman in her 80s, died in a Canberra Hospital, she was a Ruby Princess passenger and had pre-existing health conditions. 7news. This is the first death in the ACT.
  • Sunday 29th March 2020 – 16 deaths in total.
    1. A 75 year old passenger from the Ruby Princess died overnight, in Queensland. Queensland now has 2 deaths.
    2. A man in his 80’s has died in a Melbourne hospital. Victoria now has 4 deaths.
  • Saturday 28th March 2020 – 14 deaths in total.
    1. A 91 year old female, from the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care home in Sydney, has died. NSW now has 8 deaths.
  • Thursday 26th March 2020 – 13 Deaths in total
    1. A male in his 70’s, from the Celebrity Solstice cruise ship which docked in Sydney, died in Perth.
    2. A male in his 70’s has died in a Melbourne hospital. WA now has 2 deaths and Victoria has 3 deaths.
  • Wednesday 25th March 2020 – 11 deaths in total
    1. Garry Kirstenfeldt, 68, died in intensive care at Toowoomba Hospital, Queensland, after disembarking the Voyager of the Seas.
    2. A man in his 70s died in hospital in Victoria. Contracted the disease while on the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas
    3. A second man in his 70s died in hospital in Victoria. Contracted the disease while on the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas
  • Tuesday 24th March 2020 – 8 deaths in total.
    1. A woman in her 70s, who had been on the Ruby Princess cruise ship, became Australia’s eighth coronavirus death.
  • Thursday 19th March 2020 – 7 deaths in total.
    1. An 81 year old woman, who had close contact with another confirmed case of COVID-19 at Ryde Hospital, died during the night. NSW now has 5 deaths.
  • Wednesday 18th March 2020 – 6 deaths in total.
    1. An 86 year old man confirmed with COVID-19 died overnight in a Sydney hospital. NSW now has 4 deaths.
  • Sunday 15th March 2020 – 5 deaths in total.
    1. A 90 year old Sydney woman, the third from the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care home in Sydney’s north, died on Sunday. NSW now has 3 deaths.
  • Friday 13th March 2020 – 4 deaths in total.
    1. A 77 year old Queensland woman died while in New South Wales, after flying from Brisbane to Sydney.
  • Sunday 8th March 2020 – 3 deaths in total.
    1. An 82 year old male resident of Dorothy Henderson Lodge, (hospitalised on 1 March), died overnight from COVID-19. (NSW)
  • Wednesday 4th March 2020 – 2 deaths in total.
    1. A 95-year-old woman becomes Australia’s second death related to coronavirus. She lived in the Dorothy Henderson nursing home and had contact with an aged-care worker who has been tested positive for the coronavirus at the Ryde hospital. (NSW)
  • Sunday 1st March 2020 – First death.
    1. A 78 year old Perth man, from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, became the first person in Australia to die from the coronavirus. (WA)

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Diamond Princess cruise ship.

The Diamond Princess cruise ship has had 712 cases of the virus, with 14 deaths, as at 18th April 2020. (COVID-19 Deaths – Diamond Princess cruise ship)
One death was an Australian national, the 78-year-old James Kwan, who died in Perth, Australia, after being evacuated from Japan.


Aged Care Facility Deaths

Deaths at Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care facility.

  1. 4 March 2020. A 95-year-old woman becomes Australia’s second death related to coronavirus. She lived in the Dorothy Henderson nursing home.
  2. 8 March 2020.An 82 year old male resident of Dorothy Henderson Lodge, (hospitalised on 1 March), died overnight from COVID-19.
  3. 15 March 2020. A 90 year old Sydney woman, the third from the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care home in Sydney’s north, died on Sunday.
  4. 28 March 2020. A 91 year old female, from the Dorothy Henderson Lodge aged care home in Sydney, has died.
  5. 1 April 2020. A 95 year old female became the 5th resident at the Dorothy Henderson aged care facility, in Sydney, to die from COVID-19.
  6. 6 April 2020. A 90 year old male resident of the Dorothy Henderson Lodge in Macquarie Park, NSW has died from COVID-19, the 6th from this aged care facility.
    (baptistcare.org.au/covid-19/dorothy-henderson-lodge-updates)

Deaths at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney.

At 25th April this aged care facility had recorded 48 cases of the virus.  31 residents and 17 staff members. At 3rd May, this has risen to 63 cases of the virus.  37 residents and 26 staff members.

  1. 18 April 2020. A 93 yr old male resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died with COVID-19.
  2. 19 April 2020. A 94 yr old male resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died with COVID-19.
  3. 21 April 2020. A 92 yr old female resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died with COVID-19.
  4. 23 April 2020. A 79 yr old female resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died.
  5. 24 April 2020. A 96 yr old female, with multiple health issues,  died in the Newmarch age care home, NSW.
  6. 25 April 2020. An 83 yr old male resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died.
  7. 28 April 2020. An 89 yr old female resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died.
  8. 28 April 2020. Another resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died making 8.
  9. 28 April 2020. Another resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died making 9.
  10. 28 April 2020. Another resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died, making 10.
  11. 28 April 2020. Another resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died, making 11.
  12. 29 April 2020. The 12th resident at Newmarch House aged care home in NSW has died.
  13. 1 May 2020. A 74 yr old Male resident of the Newmarch House aged care home, died overnight.
  14. 3 May 2020. A 76 yr old female resident of the Newmarch House aged care home, NSW, died overnight.
  15. 4 May 2020. A Male resident is the 15th to die at the Newmarch House aged care home.
  16. 5 May 2020. An unnamed resident at the Newmarch House aged care home, is their 16th Covid-19 fatality
  17. 9 May 2020. A 92 yr old Female resident at the Newmarch House aged care home, is their 17th Covid-19 fatality.  This death has not been included in the official COVID deaths as she was reported as having recovered prior to her death. However, it is stated that COVID-19 weakened her enough for her condition to result in her early death.
  18. 19 May 2020. A 93 yr old female resident at the Newmarch aged-care facility in Western Sydney has died.

Deaths at the Opal Care facility in Bankstown, NSW.

  1. 6 April 2020. An 86 year old man died from COVID-19 at the Opal Care Bankstown, New South Wales.
  2. 7 April 2020. A 90-year-old male resident of the Opal Care nursing home in Bankstown died in Liverpool Hospital, NSW
  3. 27 April 2020.  An 85 yr old male in the Opal Care home was reclassified as a Covid-19 death on 25 June 2020.

There are more deaths from residents in Aged Facilities in Australia that are not listed above.


Information Subsections:


COVID-19 Deaths around Australia.

COVID-19 Deaths in Australian Capital Territory
COVID-19 Deaths in New South Wales
COVID-19 Deaths in Northern Territory
COVID-19 Deaths in Queensland
COVID-19 Deaths in South Australia
COVID-19 Deaths in Tasmania
COVID-19 Deaths in Western Australia
COVID-19 Deaths in Victoria


Information Subsections:


Total Cases in Australia at Friday 10th July 2020.

There have so far been 9,359 total COVID-19 cases in Australia, and these are distributed throughout Australia as follows:

  • 3,467 Cases in New South Wales
  • 3,379 Cases in Victoria
  • 1,068 Cases in Queensland
  • 630 Cases in Western Australia
  • 443 Cases in South Australia
  • 228 Cases in Tasmania
  • 113 Cases in Australian Capital Territory
  • 31 Cases in Northern Territory

Increase in COVID cases May to July.

Between the 9th May and the 10th July the increase in cases has been a total of 2,430, distributed by state as:

  • 416 Cases in New South Wales
  • 1,900 Cases in Victoria
  • 23 Cases in Queensland
  • 78 Cases in Western Australia
  • 4 Cases in South Australia
  • 1 Cases in Tasmania
  • 6 Cases in Australian Capital Territory
  • 2 Cases in Northern Territory

Total Cases in Australia at Saturday 9th May 2020.

There have so far been 6,929 total COVID-19 cases in Australia, and these are distributed throughout Australia as follows:

  • 3,051 Cases in New South Wales
  • 1,479 Cases in Victoria
  • 1,045 Cases in Queensland
  • 552 Cases in Western Australia
  • 439 Cases in South Australia
  • 227 Cases in Tasmania
  • 107 Cases in Australian Capital Territory
  • 29 Cases in Northern Territory

New Cases between 29th April and 9th May (Total for 10 days).

  • 35 New South Wales.
  • 125 Victoria.
  • 11 Queensland.
  • 1 Western Australia.
  • 1 South Australia.
  • 7 Tasmania.
  • 1 Australian Capital Territory.
  • 2 Northern Territory.
  • 183 Total New Cases for Australia in 10 days.

Total Cases in Australia at Wednesday, 29th April 2020.

There have so far been 6,746 total COVID-19 cases in Australia, and these are distributed throughout Australia as follows:

  • 3,016 Cases in New South Wales
  • 1,354 Cases in Victoria
  • 1,034 Cases in Queensland
  • 551 Cases in Western Australia
  • 438 Cases in South Australia
  • 220 Cases in Tasmania
  • 106 Cases in Australian Capital Territory
  • 27 Cases in Northern Territory

Worldwide Coronavirus COVID-19.

World COVID-19 Deaths in July 2020

World COVID-19 Deaths in June 2020

Sources include:

Australia: www.health.gov.au
QLD: www.health.qld.gov.au
NSW: www.health.nsw.gov.au
Vic: www.dhhs.vic.gov.au
SA: www.covid-19.sa.gov.au
WA: ww2.health.wa.gov.au
Tas: coronavirus.tas.gov.au
ACT: www.covid19.act.gov.au
NT: coronavirus.nt.gov.au

As at Wednesday 27th May 2020, there had been 103 reported deaths in Australia from the COVID-19 coronavirus, but this included a death where COVID-19 was not actually involved:

    • A 30 year old male from Blackwater, West of Rockhampton, Central Queensland died at home after being ill for several weeks. The body of Nathan Turner was immediately tested and found to have COVID-19. He was not tested for Covid-19 before his death, and a second test, during postmortem, came back negative. It remains unclear if Covid-19 was the actual cause of death. He is the 2nd miner in Blackwater to have been tested positive, but then negative a few days later.

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Australian COVID-19 Active Cases.

Australian Coronavirus Active Cases, by Date.

In early April 2020, there was a peak of 4,935 active cases of COVID-19 in Australia, with the peak of those classed as critical being 96 cases.

These active case figures had reduced to about 380 cases in the middle of June, but have since increased again, having risen to over 9,200 active cases in August, and then dropping to about 3,000 during August.  By the end of September, this has dropped to just 393.


Updated figures for Active cases in Australia:

On the 30th June there were 337 active cases.
On the 30th July there were 5,985 active cases.
On the 30th August there were 3,046 active cases.
By the 30th September the number of active cases had reduced to 393.


Active COVID-19 Cases in Australia

Of the 214 active cases in Australia, the numbers for each state are:

  • 91 Active cases in Victoria 42.5%
  • 54 Active cases in New South Wales 25.2%
  • 3 Active cases in Queensland 1.4%
  • 53 Active cases in Western Australia 24.8%
  • 12 Active cases in South Australia 5.6%
  • 0 Active cases in Tasmania 0.0%
  • 1 Active cases in ACT 0.5%
  • 0 Active cases in NT 0.0%

8.6 million tests have been carried out in Australia, with 6.1 million of these in NSW and Victoria.
Active case numbers differ due to timing differences of updating, compared to national numbers.

Confirmed Positive cases per test numbers.

  • Victoria has 1 case from every 151 tests. This is the highest rate of virus infections.
  • New South Wales has 1 case from every 683 tests
  • Queensland has 1 case from every 1,042 tests
  • Western Australia has 1 case from every 629 tests
  • South Australia has 1 case from every 1,092 tests
  • Tasmania has 1 case from every 498 tests
  • ACT has 1 case from every 915 tests
  • Northern Territory has 1 case from every 1,707 tests. This is the lowest rate of virus infections.
  • Australia has 1 case from every 311 tests

Australian COVID-19 New Cases in October 2020.

Date Daily Cases 7 day ave Cumulative Cases
26/10/20 8 18 27,528
25/10/20 21 19 27,520
24/10/20 15 17 27,499
23/10/20 18 16 27,484
22/10/20 23 15 27,466
21/10/20 14 15 27,443
20/10/20 30 16 27,429
19/10/20 9 16 27,399
18/10/20 12 18 27,390
17/10/20 7 19 27,378
16/10/20 9 20 27,371
15/10/20 21 22 27,362
14/10/20 24 23 27,341
13/10/20 32 21 27,317
12/10/20 20 20 27,285
11/10/20 21 19 27,265
10/10/20 15 18 27,244
09/10/20 23 17 27,229
08/10/20 24 16 27,206
07/10/20 9 15 27,182
06/10/20 26 16 27,173
05/10/20 12 15 27,147
04/10/20 14 14 27,135
03/10/20 8 15 27,121
02/10/20 17 16 27,113
01/10/20 18 17 27,096
30/09/20 15 15 27,078

(Some total case numbers get revised each day, due to reporting errors)
[Daily figures are based on the 24 hours ending at 24:00 GMT/UTC time (10:00am AEST)]

Australian COVID-19 Deaths in September 2020.

These figures can be seen at: Australian Coronavirus Deaths 2020

  • Monthly COVID-19 Statistics – Australia
  • At the 30th September there were 393 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 27,078 reported cases.  There were 886 deaths at the end of the month, an increase of 234 deaths in September.
  • At the 31st August there were 3,744 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 25,746 reported cases.  There were 652 deaths at the end of the month, an increase of 455 deaths in August.
  • At the 31st July there were 6,756 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 16,905 reported cases.  There were 197 deaths at the end of the month, an increase of 93 deaths in July.
  • At the 30th June there were 724 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 7,836 cases.  There were 104 deaths at the end of the month, an increase of  one death in June.
  • At the 31st May there were 478 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 7,195 cases. There were 103 deaths at the end of the month, an increase of 11 deaths in May.
  • At the 30th April there were 947 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 6,754 cases. There were 92 deaths at the end of the month, an increase of 72 deaths in April
  • At the 31st March there were 3,498 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 4,763 cases. There were 20 deaths at the end of the month.
  • At the 29th February there were 25 active COVID-19 cases in Australia, from 25 cases.

COVID-19 Deaths in Australia.

Figures can be seen at: Australian Coronavirus Deaths 2020


Australian COVID-19 Cases in September 2020.

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At the 30th September 2020 there had been 27,078 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, and 886 deaths.
During September were 1,332 new cases reported, an average of 44 new cases per day, and 234 deaths recorded in the month, an average of 7.8 deaths per day.

Australian COVID-19 Cases in August 2020.

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At the 31st August 2020 there had been 25,746 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, and 652 deaths.


On the 30th June there were 337 active cases.
On the 30th July there were 5,985 active cases.
On the 30th August there were 3,046 active cases.
By the 30th September the number of active cases had reduced to 393.


During August there were 8,841 new cases reported, an average of 285 new cases per day, and 455 deaths recorded in the month, an average of 14.6 deaths per day.

Australian COVID-19 Cases in July 2020.

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At the 31st July 2020 there had been 16,905 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, and 197 deaths.

During July there were 9,069 new cases reported, an average of 293 new cases per day, and 93 deaths recorded in the month, an average of 3 deaths per day.

Australian COVID-19 Cases in June 2020.

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At the 30th June 2020 there had been 7,836 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, and 104 deaths.
During June there were 641 new cases reported, an average of 21 new cases per day, and 1 death recorded in the month.


Australian COVID-19 Cases in May 2020.

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At the 31st May 2020 there had been 7,195 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, with 103 deaths.
During May there were 441 new cases reported, an average of 15 new cases per day, and 11 deaths recorded in the month.


Australian COVID-19 Cases in April 2020.

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At the 30th April 2020 there had been 6,754 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, with 92 deaths.
During April there were 1,991 new cases reported, an average of 66 new cases per day, and 73 deaths recorded in the month.


Australian COVID-19 Cases in March 2020.

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At the 31st March 2020 there had been 4,763 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, with 19 deaths.
During March there were 4,738 new cases reported, an average of 153 new cases per day, and 19 deaths recorded in the month.


At the 29th February 2020, there were 25 people in Australia with the COVID-19 coronavirus in Australia, and no deaths.

Source: worldometers.info

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COVID-19 Cases in Victoria

COVID-19 Cases in Victoria.

  • October figures in chart below.
  • There had been 20,169 cases by the end of September 2020, an increase of 1,089 for the month. An average of 254 per week.
  • There had been 19,080 cases by the end of August 2020, an increase of 8,503 for the month. An average of 1,920 per week.
  • There had been 10,577 cases by the end of July 2020, an increase of 8,418 for the month. An average of 1,901 per week.
  • There had been 2,159 cases by the end of June 2020, an increase of 510 for the month. An average of 119 per week.
  • There had been 1,649 cases by the end of May 2020, an increase of 288 for the month. An average of 65 per week.
  • There had been 1,361 cases by the end of April 2020, an increase of 1,361 for the month. An average of 318 per week.

A summary of the COVID-19 Cases in Victoria, on a daily basis.
These figures are normally for the 24 hours ending in the morning of the date shown.  Effectively being for the day before.

Date Daily CASES 7 day ave Cumulative
26/10/20 -1 3.3 20,342
25/10/20 7 3.4 20,343
24/10/20 6 2.7 20,336
23/10/20 1 1.9 20,330
22/10/20 6 2.0 20,329
21/10/20 3 1.7 20,323
20/10/20 1 2.1 20,320
19/10/20 0 3.4 20,319
18/10/20 2 5.4 20,319
17/10/20 0 6.9 20,317
16/10/20 2 8.6 20,317
15/10/20 4 9.7 20,315
14/10/20 6 10.6 20,311
13/10/20 10 10.3 20,305
12/10/20 14 10.7 20,295
11/10/20 12 10.3 20,281
10/10/20 12 10.3 20,269
09/10/20 10 9.4 20,257
08/10/20 10 9.1 20,247
07/10/20 4 9.7 20,237
06/10/20 13 10.7 20,233
05/10/20 11 10.1 20,220
04/10/20 12 9.1 20,209
03/10/20 6 9.7 20,197
02/10/20 8 10.4 20,191
01/10/20 14 11.1 20,183
30/09/20 11 9.9 20,169
29/09/20 9 11.7 20,158
28/09/20 4 14.0 20,149
27/09/20 16 14.7 20,145
26/09/20 11 14 20,129
25/09/20 13 15 20,118
24/09/20 5 19 20,105
23/09/20 24 22 20,100
22/09/20 25 24 20,076
21/09/20 9 26 20,051
20/09/20 8 30 20,042
19/09/20 22 33 20,034
18/09/20 42 35 20,012
17/09/20 27 35 19,970
16/09/20 32 36 19,943
15/09/20 39 42 19,911
14/09/20 37 43 19,872
13/09/20 35 42 19,835
12/09/20 33 46 19,800
11/09/20 39 50 19,767
10/09/20 40 56 19,728
09/09/20 73 66 19,688
08/09/20 41 68 19,615
07/09/20 36 71 19,574
06/09/20 59 75 19,538
05/09/20 64 82 19,479
04/09/20 79 85 19,415
03/09/20 112 89 19,336
02/09/20 86 88 19,224
01/09/20 58 96 19,138
31/08/20 65 107 19,080
30/08/20 112 112 19,015
29/08/20 81 125 18,903
28/08/20 108 139 18,822
27/08/20 106 147 18,714
26/08/20 144 166 18,608
25/08/20 134 175 18,464
24/08/20 99 186 18,330
23/08/20 202 210 18,231
22/08/20 177 216 18,029
21/08/20 169 231 17,852
20/08/20 237 260 17,683
19/08/20 208 257 17,446
18/08/20 211 284 17,238
17/08/20 263 296 17,027
16/08/20 247 301 16,764
15/08/20 283 319 16,517
14/08/20 371 338 16,234
13/08/20 217 342 15,863
12/08/20 395 373 15,646
11/08/20 294 417 15,251
10/08/20 298 431 14,957
09/08/20 376 443 14,659
08/08/20 416 479 14,283
07/08/20 398 470 13,867
06/08/20 434 496 13,469
05/08/20 700 533 13,035
04/08/20 398 469 12,335
03/08/20 380 463 11,937
02/08/20 626 482 11,557
01/08/20 354 455 10,931
31/07/20 579 453 10,577
30/07/20 694 410 9,998
29/07/20 255 366 9,304
28/07/20 353 394 9,049
27/07/20 515 393 8,696
26/07/20 437 355 8,181
25/07/20 339 342 7,744
24/07/20 280 320 7,405
23/07/20 386 339 7,125
22/07/20 450 327 6,739
21/07/20 347 295 6,289
20/07/20 246 282 5,942
19/07/20 343 271 5,696
18/07/20 188 256 5,353
17/07/20 415 255 5,165
16/07/20 302 236 4,750
15/07/20 224 215 4,448
14/07/20 257 200 4,224
13/07/20 168 187 3,967
12/07/20 239 180 3,799
11/07/20 181 156 3,560
10/07/20 281 144 3,379
09/07/20 156 114 3,098
08/07/20 118 102 2,942
07/07/20 164 95 2,824
06/07/20 124 80 2,660
05/07/20 67 73 2,536
04/07/20 101 69 2,469
03/07/20 65 60 2,368
02/07/20 72 55 2,303
01/07/20 72 50 2,231
30/06/20 60 42 2,159
29/06/20 71 36 2,099
28/06/20 41 27 2,028
27/06/20 40 24 1,987
26/06/20 30 22 1,947
25/06/20 33 20 1,917
24/06/20 20 17 1,884
23/06/20 17 18 1,864
22/06/20 11 16 1,847
21/06/20 19 17 1,836
20/06/20 25 15 1,817
19/06/20 12 13 1,792
18/06/20 18 12 1,780
17/06/20 21 10 1,762
16/06/20 9 8 1,741
15/06/20 12 6 1,732
14/06/20 9 5 1,720
13/06/20 8 4 1,711
12/06/20 4 3 1,703
11/06/20 8 3 1,699
10/06/20 4 3 1,691
09/06/20 0 3 1,687
08/06/20 2 5 1,687
07/06/20 4 5 1,685
06/06/20 0 5 1,681
05/06/20 3 7 1,681
04/06/20 8 7 1,678
03/06/20 7 7 1,670
02/06/20 10 8 1,663
01/06/20 4 7 1,653
31/05/20 4 7 1,649
30/05/20 11 6 1,645
29/05/20 6 6 1,634
28/05/20 10 7 1,628
27/05/20 8 5 1,618
26/05/20 5 5 1,610
25/05/20 2 5 1,605
24/05/20 1 6 1,603
23/05/20 9 7 1,602
22/05/20 12 7 1,593
21/05/20 1 8 1,581
20/05/20 7 9 1,580
19/05/20 6 9 1,573
18/05/20 6 10 1,567
17/05/20 7 11 1,561
16/05/20 11 11 1,554
15/05/20 20 11 1,543
14/05/20 9 10 1,523
13/05/20 5 11 1,514
12/05/20 15 12 1,509
11/05/20 7 13 1,494
10/05/20 10 15 1,487
09/05/20 10 15 1,477
08/05/20 13 15 1,467
07/05/20 14 13 1,454
06/05/20 17 12 1,440
05/05/20 17 10 1,423
04/05/20 22 8 1,406
03/05/20 13 5 1,384
02/05/20 7 4 1,371
01/05/20 3 3 1,364
30/04/20 7 3 1,361
29/04/20 3 3 1,354
28/04/20 2 2 1,351
27/04/20 0 3 1,349
26/04/20 3 3 1,349
25/04/20 3 4 1,346
24/04/20 6 6 1,343
23/04/20 1 5 1,337
22/04/20 0 5 1,336
21/04/20 7 6 1,336
20/04/20 1 7 1,329
19/04/20 9 9 1,328
18/04/20 17 8 1,319
17/04/20 1 9 1,302
16/04/20 2 10 1,301
15/04/20 8 12 1,299
14/04/20 10 14 1,291
13/04/20 13 18 1,281
12/04/20 3 19 1,268
11/04/20 24 21 1,265
10/04/20 13 22 1,241
09/04/20 16 27 1,228
08/04/20 21 35 1,212
07/04/20 33 39 1,191
06/04/20 23 48 1,158
05/04/20 20 52 1,135
04/04/20 30 61 1,115
03/04/20 49 73 1,085
02/04/20 68 74 1,036
01/04/20 51 968
31/03/20 96 917
30/03/20 52 821
29/03/20 84 769
28/03/20 111 685
27/03/20 54 574
26/03/20 54 520
25/03/20 55 466
24/03/20 56 411
23/03/20 59 355
22/03/20 67 296
21/03/20 51 229
20/03/20 28 178
19/03/20 29 150
18/03/20 27 121
17/03/20 23 94
16/03/20 14 71
15/03/20 8 57
14/03/20 13 49
13/03/20 9 36
12/03/20 6 27
11/03/20 3 21
10/03/20 3 18
09/03/20 3 15
08/03/20 1 12
07/03/20 1 11
06/03/20 0 10
05/03/20 0 10
04/03/20 1 10
03/03/20 0 9
02/03/20 0 9
01/03/20 2 9
29/02/20 0 7
28/02/20 0 7
27/02/20 3 7
26/02/20 0 4
25/02/20 0 4
24/02/20 0 4
23/02/20 0 4
22/02/20 0 4
21/02/20 0 4
20/02/20 0 4
19/02/20 0 4
18/02/20 0 4
17/02/20 0 4
16/02/20 0 4
15/02/20 0 4
14/02/20 0 4
13/02/20 0 4
12/02/20 0 4
11/02/20 0 4
10/02/20 0 4
09/02/20 0 4
08/02/20 0 4
07/02/20 0 4
06/02/20 0 4
05/02/20 0 4
04/02/20 0 4
03/02/20 0 4
02/02/20 0 4
01/02/20 1 4
31/01/20 0 3
30/01/20 0 3
29/01/20 2 3
28/01/20 0 1
27/01/20 0 1
26/01/20 0 1
25/01/20 1 1

COVID-19 Deaths in Victoria

COVID-19 Deaths in Victoria.

The daily and cumulative COVID-19 deaths in Victoria can be seen in the tables below.

Monthly COVID Deaths in Victoria

  • October figures in chart below. (ave 6 per week at 21 Oct 2020)
  • 233 Covid Deaths in September 2020. (ave 54 per week)
  • 452 Covid Deaths in August 2020. (ave 102 per week)
  • 93 Covid Deaths in July 2020. (ave 21 per week)
  • 1 Covid Death in June 2020. (ave 0.2 per week)
  • 1 Covid Death in May 2020. (ave 0.2 per week)
  • 14 Covid Deaths in April 2020. (ave 3.3 per week)
  • 4 Covid Deaths in March 2020. (ave 0.9 per week)

A summary of the COVID-19 Deaths in Victoria, on a daily basis.
These figures are normally for the 24 hours ending in the morning of the date shown.  Effectively being for the day before.

Date Daily Deaths 7 day daily ave Total
26/10/20 0 0 817
25/10/20 0 0.1 817
24/10/20 0 0.1 817
23/10/20 0 0.1 817
22/10/20 0 0.1 817
21/10/20 0 0.1 817
20/10/20 0 0.9 817
19/10/20 1 1.0 817
18/10/20 0 0.9 816
17/10/20 0 1.0 816
16/10/20 0 1.0 816
15/10/20 0 1.0 816
14/10/20 5 1.0 816
13/10/20 1 0.6 811
12/10/20 0 0.6 810
11/10/20 1 0.6 810
10/10/20 0 0.6 809
09/10/20 0 1.0 809
08/10/20 0 1.3 809
07/10/20 2 1.6 809
06/10/20 1 1.9 807
05/10/20 0 2.7 806
04/10/20 1 3.1 806
03/10/20 3 3 805
02/10/20 2 3 802
01/10/20 2 4 800
30/09/20 4 4 798
29/09/20 7 4 794
28/09/20 3 3 787
27/09/20 2 3 784
26/09/20 1 4 782
25/09/20 8 4 781
24/09/20 2 4 773
23/09/20 5 5 771
22/09/20 3 5 766
21/09/20 2 5 763
20/09/20 4 5 761
19/09/20 7 6 757
18/09/20 5 6 750
17/09/20 8 6 745
16/09/20 8 6 737
15/09/20 7 729
14/09/20 6 8 729
13/09/20 7 8 723
12/09/20 6 8 716
11/09/20 9 9 710
10/09/20 7 16 701
09/09/20 11 17 694
08/09/20 8 16 683
07/09/20 9 16 675
06/09/20 5 20 666
05/09/20 11 21 661
04/09/20 59 22 650
03/09/20 15 15 591
02/09/20 6 16 576
01/09/20 5 19 570
31/08/20 41 19 565
30/08/20 11 16 524
29/08/20 18 16 513
28/08/20 11 16 495
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Coronavirus Deaths in Victoria: First wave.

There were 20 COVID-19 deaths in the 102 days between 25th March 2020 and 5th July 2020, in Victoria.

  1. Wed, 25 March 2020. A man in his 70s died in hospital in Victoria. Contracted the disease while on the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas
  2. Wed, 25 March 2020. A second man in his 70s died in hospital in Victoria. Contracted the disease while on the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas
  3. Thu, 26 March 2020. A Victorian man in his 70s died in hospital. He had pre existing conditions.
  4. Sat, 28 March 2020. A man in his 80s died at a Melbourne hospital.
  5. Thu, 2 April 2020. A woman in her 70s died in hospital in Victoria.
  6. Fri, 3 April 2020. A Victorian woman in her 80s died in hospital.
  7. Fri, 3 April 2020. A man in his 80s died in intensive care at a Melbourne hospital, Victoria.
  8. Sat, 4 April 2020. A woman aged in her 70s died overnight in hospital in Victoria after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
  9. Mon, 6 April 2020. A 55 yr old male health care worker has died from COVID-19 in Dandenong Hospital, Victoria.
  10. Mon, 6 April 2020. An 82 year old woman has died from COVID-19 at Frankston Hospital, Melbourne.
  11. Tue, 7 April 2020. Victoria has recorded another death, details withheld. bringing the state total to 11.
  12. Wed, 8 April 2020. A woman in her 80s died in hospital in Victoria after contracting COVID-19
  13. Fri, 10 April 2020. A man, aged in his 80s, died in a Victorian hospital overnight.
  14. Sat, 11 April 2020. A man in his 80s has died in Victoria.
  15. Sun, 19 April 2020. An 84 yr old man died in the Sunshine hospital, Victoria, taking the state’s death toll to 15.
  16. Thu, 23 April 2020. A man in his 60s, diagnosed with Covid-19, died overnight in Victoria
  17. Sun, 26 April 2020. A man in his 90s died in hospital in Victoria.
  18. Wed, 29 April 2020. A woman in her 80s has died in Victoria.
  19. Sat, 23 May 2020. A male in his 60s died in Victoria.
  20. Wed, 24 Jun 2020. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.

Coronavirus Deaths in Victoria: Second wave.

  1. Mon, 6 Jul 2020.  A male in his 60s died in hospital in Victoria.
  2. Mon, 6 Jul 2020.  A male in his 90s died in hospital in Victoria.
  3. Sat, 11 Jul 2020. A male in his 90s died in Victoria. He was a resident at the Glendale Aged care home in Melbourne. 10 out of the 484 staff and residents tested positive for COVID-19.
  4. Sun, 12 Jul 2020. A male in his 70s died in Victoria.
  5. Tue, 14 Jul 2020. A woman in her 80s died in Victoria.
  6. Tue, 14 Jul 2020. A man in his 80s died at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
  7. Wed, 15 Jul 2020. A woman in her 90s has died in hospital in Victoria.
  8. Thu, 16 Jul 2020. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  9. Thu, 16 Jul 2020. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  10. Fri, 17 Jul 2020. A male in his 70s died in Victoria.
  11. Fri, 17 Jul 2020. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  12. Fri, 17 Jul 2020. A female in her 80s died in Victoria.
  13. Sat, 18 July 2020. A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  14. Sat, 18 July 2020. A female in her 80s died in Victoria.
  15. Sat, 18 July 2020. A female in her 90s died in Victoria.
  16. Sun, 19 July 2020. A female in her 90s died in Victoria.
  17. Sun, 19 July 2020. A male in his 90s died in Victoria.
  18. Sun, 19 July 2020. A female in her 90s died in Victoria.
  19. Mon, 20 July 2020. A female in her 80s died in Victoria.
  20. Mon, 20 July 2020. A female in her 90s died in Victoria.
  21. Mon, 20 July 2020. A female in her 100s died in Victoria.
  22. Tue, 21 July 2020. A female in her 90s died in Victoria.
  23. Tue, 21 July 2020. A male in his 90s died in Victoria.
  24. Tue, 21 July 2020. A male in his 90s died in Victoria.
  25. Wed, 22 July 2020 A male in his 50s died in Victoria.
  26. Wed, 22 July 2020 A male in his 70s died in Victoria.
  27. Thu, 23 July 2020 A female in her 70s died in Victoria.
  28. Thu, 23 July 2020 A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  29. Thu, 23 July 2020 A male in his 90s died in Victoria.
  30. Fri, 24 July 2020 A male in his 90s died in Victoria.
  31. Fri, 24 July 2020 A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  32. Fri, 24 July 2020 A male in his 80s died in Victoria.
  33. Fri, 24 July 2020 A female in her 80s died in Victoria.
  34. Fri, 24 July 2020 A female in her 80s died in Victoria.
  35. Fri, 24 July 2020 A female in her 90s died in Victoria.
  36. …..  More details in comments below…

There were 20 deaths in Victoria during the 90 days between 25 March 2020 and 24th June  2020. (average 1.5 Deaths each week).

The second wave of deaths appears to have started on the 6th July, with 2 deaths on that date and another 114 more deaths in the next 28 days to the 3rd August, (average 28 Deaths each week), when the total had reached 136.

In the next 14 days, to the 17th August, there were another 198 deaths, (average 99 Deaths each week), with the total reaching 334.

In the next 14 days, to the 31st August, there were another 231 deaths, (average 115 Deaths each week), with the total reaching 565.

In the next 14 days, to the 14th September, there were another 164 deaths, (average 82 Deaths each week), with the total reaching 729.

COVID-19 Deaths around Australia.

COVID-19 Deaths in Australian Capital Territory
COVID-19 Deaths in New South Wales
COVID-19 Deaths in Northern Territory
COVID-19 Deaths in Queensland
COVID-19 Deaths in South Australia
COVID-19 Deaths in Tasmania
COVID-19 Deaths in Western Australia
COVID-19 Deaths in Victoria

QLD New Covid Cases

New COVID-19 cases in QLD.

26th October: No new cases.  3 cases are still active from the total of 1,167 cases in Queensland.

25th October: No new cases.  6 cases are still active from the total of 1,167 cases in Queensland.

24th October: No new cases.  6 cases are still active from the total of 1,167 cases in Queensland.

23rd October: 2 new cases.  6 cases are active from the total of 1,167 cases in Queensland.

22nd October: No new cases.  4 cases are active from the total of 1,165 cases in Queensland.

21st October: One new case in Queensland from an overseas arrival and detected while in hotel quarantine.  There are now 1,165 total cases in Queensland, with 5 being classed as active.


16th October 2020: Queensland has reported two new COVID cases, and both are arrivals from overseas.

  • One came into Queensland from Africa, and went directly into hotel quarantine in Cairns.
  • Another entered Queensland from the United States and was in hotel quarantine on the Gold Coast.

Neither are classed as a risk to the general public.

Queensland’s Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said: “As more Australians come home, we will see more Australians with the virus.

Queensland has recorded 7 cases so far in October. There were 35 new cases in September.

Of the 1,164 total cases in Queensland:

  • 4 are considered still active
  • 2 are in hospital
  • 6 have died.

Source of infection

  • 864 Overseas acquired.
  • 21 Interstate acquired.
  • 238 Locally Acquired, a close contact with confirmed case.
  • 41 Locally Acquired, no known contact.

www.qld.gov.au/health…/coronavirus-covid-19/

16 Oct 2020: 2 new cases, both international arrivals.
15 Oct 2020: 1 new case, a woman in her 30s, who returned from 3 days in Melbourne.
10 Oct 2020: 1 new case.
2 Oct 2020: 3 new cases.

 

Monthly case numbers

  • 1,157 cases at end of September (35 cases in the month)
  • 1,122 cases at end of August (39 cases in the month)
  • 1,083 cases at end of July (16 cases in the month)
  • 1,067 cases at end of June (9 cases in the month)
  • 1,058 cases at end of May (25 cases in the month)
  • 1,033 cases at end of April (290 cases in the month)
  • 743 cases at end of March (734 cases in the month)
  • 9 cases at end of February (7 cases in the month)
  • 2 cases at end of January (2 cases in the month)

 

Australian Visa Processing time 15-19

What Does Processing time of 15-19 mean for Australian Visas?

Some people think it means their visa will take between 15 and 19 months, but that is not correct.

In the 2019-2020 year, the statistics for the subclass 309 offshore partner visa showed a processing time of 15-19, ie: 75% at the 15 month mark and 90% at the 19 month mark.

But, the average time was 11 months, ie: half of these visas actually took less than 11 months.
The fastest 25% took less than 9 months.

From a total of 11,702 subclass 309 visas that were granted during 2019-20, the average time processing time was actually 11 months. ie: half took under 11 months, and half took over 11 months.

The actual processing times, broken down even further, were:

  • 25% took under 9 months.
  • 25% took between 9 and 11 months.
  • 25% took between 11 and 15 months.
  • 15% took between 15 and 19 months.
  • 10% took over 19 months.

Those figures are the breakdowns for the processing time: 15-19, with 75% being under 15 months, and 90% being under 19 months.

1519 really means that 25% of the total will take longer than 15 months, the other 75% are faster than 15 months.  But 10% took over 19 months.

The figures bears no relation to the average, which in this case was 11 months.

Source: Department of Home Affairs FOI request FA 20/08/00333