How many cases of coronavirus are there in Australia?

  • 7,149 confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia as of 2pm, Thursday May 28

  • National death toll reaches 100 milestone

  • 50 deaths in NSW, 19 in Victoria

  • 7 deaths in Queensland, 9 in WA, 13 in Tasmania, 3 in ACT, 4 in SA*

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has edged beyond 7000.

A 93-year-old woman from Sydney’s Newmarch House died last week, marking Australia’s 100th confirmed coronavirus death.

On Tuesday, a 30-year-old man in Queensland became the youngest Australian to die with the virus.

In Australia more than 1 million people have been tested for the virus, out of the population of 25.7 million.

*Two deaths recorded in NSW have also been included in Queensland death count

Australia’s state-by-state coronavirus information

The following graphic includes statistics for the number of cases and deaths across states and territories.

There is also information on school and border closures as well as the number of tests performed across the country.

Accumulative total of cases across Australia

The following shows the progression of state and territory cases from March 1.

Number of tests performed across Australia

The following pie chart shows how many coronavirus tests have been performed from across Australia’s states and territories.

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