Latest snapshot of the coronavirus impact

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LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS:

* NSW recorded 111 locally acquired cases, of which 29 were infectious in the community.

* NSW recorded one new virus-related death - a man in his 80s.

* Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced a harder lockdown over Greater Sydney would be in force from 11.59pm.

* Retail is being restricted and all construction paused until July 30. Only critical retailers such as supermarkets, pharmacies and banks will be allowed to open. Others will have to operate with "click and collect" or takeaway.

* Residents in the council areas of Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool are not allowed to leave their local government areas until July 30. The only residents excepted are those who work in health, aged care, disability and emergency services.

* There are penalties of up to $10,000 for Greater Sydney office employers who pressure their employees to attend the workplace.

* The shutdown of the NSW construction sector alone will mean a loss of $800 million to $1 billion a week, Business NSW says.

* NSW Police attended more than 1000 COVID-related jobs on Friday, with more than half coming from tip-offs to Crime Stoppers. In total, 162 fines were issued and 18 people charged.

* A coronavirus case who left isolation to buy dumbbells and three virus-infected removalists who travelled to regional NSW are among more than 150 people fined for breaching COVID rules in the past 24 hours.

* Victoria confirmed another 19 diagnoses on Saturday and identified 10,000 primary close contacts.

* The state is on day two of a five-day lockdown, which is due to end on Tuesday. But there is open acknowledgement it could last longer.

* Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley said the 18 people who were in the community before testing positive were moving about for an average of 1.7 days each was a reassuring figure that vindicated the state's "go hard, go early" approach.

* Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged world leaders to ramp up production of mRNA vaccines such as Pfizer's at a historic APEC meeting to discuss recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

* South Australian authorities are looking again at mandating coronavirus vaccines for some high-risk groups but continue to rule out making the jab compulsory for all.

* A 70-year-old man who travelled from Indonesia to Darwin on his own yacht has tested positive for COVID-19.

AUSTRALIAN VACCINATION NUMBERS:

* There have been 9,970,746 doses administered in the national COVID-19 vaccination rollout up to Friday, including 163,937 in the previous 24 hours.

* Those figures are made up of 7,189,366 first doses (34.87 per cent of Australians 16 and over) and 2,753,119 second doses (13.35 per cent).

* Of the total, 5,646,922 have been administered by the Commonwealth, including 91,898 in the previous 24 hours.

* 4,323,824 have been administered by the states and territories, including 72,039 in the previous 24 hours.

* 1,365,838 have been administered in Victoria (+19,786), 1,158,879 in NSW (+23,715), 767,522 in Queensland (+12,867), 395,818 in Western Australia (+5938), 311,163 in South Australia (+5488), 138,636 in Tasmania (+1729), 108,396 in the ACT (+1419) and 77,572 in the NT (+1097).

AUSTRALIAN CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS:

* Australia reported 130 local cases on Friday: 111 in NSW and 19 in Victoria.

* There were nine new overseas-acquired cases in hotel quarantine: Six in NSW, one in Queensland, one in Western Australia and one in the Northern Territory.

* The national death toll is 913: Victoria 820, NSW 59, Tasmania 13, WA 9, Queensland 7, SA 4, ACT 3 (Two Queensland residents who died in NSW have been included in the official tolls of both states).

GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS:

* Cases: at least 189,527,216

* Deaths: at least 4,075,331

* Vaccine doses administered: at least 3,573,663,328

Data current as at 1700 AEST on July 17, taking in federal and state/territory government updates and Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Centre figures.

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