* South Australia reported three new coronavirus cases in overseas travellers as the state pushes ahead with plans to lift its border restrictions with Victoria.
* Hundreds of people have begun arriving in Western Australia from other parts of the country as the state's COVID-19 border rules are finally relaxed.
* Victoria has recorded no new cases or deaths for a 15th consecutive day but the state's deputy chief health officer has warned the pandemic isn't over.
* Just three active cases remain in Victoria.
* NSW has gone a week without a locally transmitted case, though authorities are continuing to track down 455 arrivals from New Zealand after a positive case was recorded in Auckland.
* NSW has recorded four returned overseas travellers in hotel quarantine have tested positive in the past 24 hours.
* Medical experts, tech companies and business leaders are expected to front a parliamentary inquiry into Victoria's contact tracing system.
* Northern Territory police have fined two men for breaching their quarantine requirements and disrespecting the exemption arrangements they were given. The two Canadians arrived in Darwin on Monday but were seen leaving their Howard Springs quarantine facility several times.
AUSTRALIAN CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* There were seven new cases recorded in Australia - four in NSW, three is SA and two in Qld.
* The national death toll is 907: Victoria 819, NSW 55, Tasmania 13, WA 9, Queensland 6, 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 53,749,202
* Deaths: at least 1,309,432
* Recovered: at least 37,525,177
Data current as of 1800 AEDT November 14, taking in federal and state/territory government updates, Worldometer and Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Centre.