Covid-19 Australia data tracker: cases today, coronavirus map, hospitalisations and deaths

Guardian Australia brings together all the latest on active and daily new Covid-19 cases, as well as maps, stats, live data and state by state graphs from NSW, ビクトリア, クイーンズランド, SA, WA, Tasmania, ACT and NT to get a broad picture of the Australian outbreaks and track the impact of government responses

Sun 5 Sep 2021

Due to the difference in reporting times between states, territories and the federal government, it can be difficult to get a current picture of how many confirmed cases of coronavirus there are in Australia, where cases are increasing, and the overall trend for each state and territory.

ここに, we’ve brought together all the figures in one place for Australia as a whole, as well as the states with current outbreaks.

The following chart shows the cumulative cases in each state or territory currently experiencing an outbreak. Victoria’s 2021 outbreak has been split into two waves as case numbers did decline and hit zero at the beginning of August.

New South Wales is currently experiencing the worst outbreak since the start of the pandemic in terms of the number of cases, とともに more infectious Delta variant proving hard to contain.

This chart shows the number and trend in new locally-acquired cases in NSW and is updated daily:

Cases are not distributed around the state equally. This map shows where cases are growing around NSW, as well as whether the area is currently an ‘LGA of concern’ and subject to stricter conditions.

You can see the trend in more detail at the LGA level with the following chart series. Use the button to rescale the chart and compare trajectories between LGAs.

Victoria is also experiencing a renewed surge in cases due to the Delta variant. This chart shows the number and trend in new locally-acquired cases in Victoria and is updated daily:

This map shows where cases are growing around Victoria, with circles coloured to show if cases are increasing or decreasing in the area, and sized by the total number of recent cases in that area:

You can see the trend in more detail at the LGA level with the following chart series. Use the button to rescale the chart and compare trajectories between LGAs.

This chart shows the number and trend in new locally-acquired cases in the ACT and is updated daily:

This chart shows the number of new cases per day across Australia. Numbers include both local and overseas acquired cases.

This chart shows the number of hospitalisations due to Covid as a proportion of all active cases. It is one measure which might indicate when the overall severity of Covid is declining, either due to vaccinations or a changing age profile in the people catching Covid due to vaccinations.

しかしながら, it is worth keeping in mind that hospitalisation figures can be influenced by “capacity and decision-making about admission for isolation”, による Prof Emma McBryde, an epidemiologist at James Cook University.

ここに, you can see the number of new deaths reported per day by the states and territories:

Due to the nature of collating data daily under time pressure and differences in how data is collected, we recommend cross-checking with other data sources where possible. It is quite likely these figures will vary from other figures due to differences in data collection methods.

Here are a few other websites doing similar work:

Due to the unprecedented and ongoing nature of the coronavirus outbreak, this article is being regularly updated to ensure that it reflects the current situation at the date of publication. Any significant corrections made to this or previous versions of the article will continue to be footnoted in line with Guardian editorial policy.

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