More COVID-19 deaths across Australia

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More than 50 people have died with COVID-19 in the latest reporting period across Australia.

In Victoria on Tuesday, the death toll was 20, while in NSW it was 19 and in Queensland 11.

Four deaths were reported in Western Australia and one each in Tasmania and the ACT.

That took the national toll to 56 with no deaths recorded in South Australia or the Northern Territory.

The latest deaths take Australia's toll since the start of the pandemic to more than 8500.


NSW: 7342 cases, 19 deaths, 1185 in hospital with 36 in ICU

Victoria: 9595 cases, 20 deaths, 527 in hospital with 31 in ICU

Queensland: 4397 cases, 11 deaths, 359 in hospital with four in ICU

Tasmania: 829 cases, one death, 48 in hospital with one in ICU

NT: 265 cases, no deaths, 15 in hospital with one in ICU

WA: 8201 cases, four deaths, 318 in hospital with 10 in ICU

ACT: 673 cases, one death, 93 in hospital with four in ICU

SA: 2689 cases, no deaths, 232 in hospital with six in ICU.

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