The latest COVID-19 case numbers for all states and territories

Here is a quick summary of the latest COVID-19 statistics from each Australian jurisdiction today: Sunday, May 22.

You can get a more detailed visual breakdown via ABC’s Charting the Spread story here.

This will update throughout the day, so if you don’t see your state or territory, check back later.

You can jump to the COVID-19 information you want to read by clicking below.

VIC:

There have been a further 10 deaths from COVID-19 in Victoria.

There are 541 cases in hospitals in the state, with 29 of them in intensive care and eight requiring ventilation.

There were 9,307 new cases today.

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New south Wales:

New South Wales has recorded seven more deaths from COVID-19.

There are 1,165 cases in the hospital, with 36 of them in intensive care.

Today 8,523 new cases were announced.

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ACT:

The Australian Capital Territory has reported no new deaths and 758 new cases of COVID-19.

There are 92 people in hospital with the virus, including four in intensive care and two on ventilation.

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TAS:

Tasmania has recorded one new COVID-19 death and 782 new cases.

There are 47 people in the hospital with the virus, including 25 patients being treated specifically for COVID-19 symptoms. One person is in intensive care.

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QLD:

Queensland has recorded no new deaths and 4,504 new cases of COVID-19.

There are 432 people in hospital with the virus, including 17 people in intensive care.

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NEW TESTAMENT:

The Northern Territory has recorded no new deaths and 183 new cases of COVID-19.

There are 17 people in NT hospitals with the virus. Five patients are being ventilated and two are in intensive care.

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SA:

Two people have died with COVID in South Australia and eight remain in intensive care.

The state has recorded 3,053 new cases.

There are 224 people hospitalized with the virus in total.

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WASHINGTON:

Western Australia has recorded 11,557 new COVID cases, putting the number of known active cases in the state at just over 90,000.

More than 7,000 of yesterday’s cases were detected by rapid antigen tests, with the rest identified by PCR tests.

Eleven people are in intensive care with the virus and 326 are hospitalized in total.

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