Coronavirus Update: Australia COVID-19 cases, the number of victims slowly increasing | Instant News

Australia now has 5,994 cases of coronavirus.

To date, 46 Australians have died due to COVID-19.

Foreign tourists are still the largest number of confirmed COVID-19 infections but local transmission continues to increase.

Of the 2637 NSW cases, 397 were confirmed to have been obtained in Australia, from an unknown source.

The chart below shows the increasing COVID-19 mortality rate in Australia.

Coronavirus deaths have exceeded the number of cases in most countries where the virus has been reported.

This is because many people will die of coronavirus after spending a few weeks in the ICU.

Deaths increase when hospitals become overwhelmed.

The video below explains the new evidence for wearing a mask.

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Australia’s coronavirus mortality rate is low.

Only 0.7 percent of coronavirus cases in Australia are fatal.

Abroad, this figure reaches 5 percent.

The chart below shows the number of coronavirus cases in Australia from 25 January to 7 April.

New South Wales had 2686 cases of coronavirus.

Victoria has 1191.

Queensland has 934.

South Australia has 411.

Western Australia has 460.

That ACT has 96.

That Northern Territory has 27.

Tasmania has 89.

The chart below shows the number of coronavirus cases in Australia by country.

From these figures, it is clear that Australia has successfully leveled the corona virus case curve through social distance, flight restrictions, quarantine and business closure.

But the reduction in cases will only continue as long as Australia can continue to maintain social distance.


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