LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS:
* Sydney has recorded another 50 cases and woken to the toughest COVID-19 restrictions in over a year.
* The new cases were diagnosed from over 42,000 tests in the 24 hours to 8pm on Friday and include 37 who were active in the community for all or part of their infectious period.
* NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian again warned that lockdown will likely be extended.
* Some 47 patients have been admitted to hospital, of which 16, including a teenager, are in intensive care and four are ventilated, including one person in their 20s.
* Ms Berejiklian said the number of young in ICU was something not seen before.
* The premier announced tough new rules limiting exercise to groups of two and banning browsing at shops while chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant implored people to be truthful with contact tracers as many new cases were being obstructive.
* NSW police issued 167 infringements on Friday for health order breaches. They included a man caught hiding behind a shower curtain and another pretending to be a package deliveryman at an illegal gathering at Randwick.
* As vaccination demand increases across Australia, arrivals of Pfizer doses are set to rise to about a million a week from July 19 and 4.5 million are expected to be available over August.
* Prime Minister Scott Morrison has flagged an advertising campaign to coincide with the boost.
* However Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese is highly critical of Mr Morrison announcing the reinforcement of Pfizer supplies, saying "we're not seeing huge increases at all in spite of the government spin".
* Another 1300 GPs will join the rollout to deliver Pfizer doses, with Mr Morrison confident of completion by Christmas but with 10.6 per cent of adults fully vaccinated, Australia well trails most of the developed world.
* Victoria and Queensland record no local cases on Saturday but reported three and five overseas-acquired cases respectively.
* There are concerns in Tasmania after a healthcare worker left the state on July 2 and two days later, tested positive in London.
* Officials say there's no evidence the person contracted COVID-19 or was infectious while in Tasmania but a list of sites they visited has been publicly released as a precaution.
* Police resources have been beefed up on Victoria's NSW border, with more than 300 officers involved in patrols, traffic management, spot checks and vehicle intercepts.
AUSTRALIAN VACCINATION NUMBERS:
* There have been 9,014,072 doses administered in the national COVID-19 vaccination rollout up to Friday, including 142,500 in the previous 24 hours.
* Of the total, 5,121,480 have been administered by the Commonwealth (an increase of 77,280 in the previous 24 hours).
* 4,661,588 have been issued in primary care (+74,671) and 459,892 in aged and disability facilities (+2,609).
* 3,892,592 have been administered by the states and territories, including 65,220 in the previous 24 hours.
* 1,253,966 have been administered in Victoria (++15,619), 1,026,283 in NSW (++22,121), 686,452 in Queensland (+13,525), 352,772 in Western Australia (+5,952), 276,492 in South Australia (++4,833), 127,869 in Tasmania (+1,315), 98,572 in the ACT (+1477) and 70,186 in the NT (+378).
AUSTRALIAN CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS:
* Australia reported 50 local cases on Saturday, all in NSW.
* There were 12 new overseas-acquired case in hotel quarantine: five in Queensland, three in Victoria and two each in NSW and SA.
* The national death toll is 910: Victoria 820, NSW 56, 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 186,015,939
* Deaths: at least 4,017,782
* Vaccine doses administered: at least 3,392,181,099.
Data current as at 1730 AEST on July 10, taking in federal and state/territory government updates and Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Centre figures.