COVID-19 case numbers in all states and territories

Here is a brief summary of the latest COVID-19 statistics from each Australian jurisdiction today – Sunday May 8.

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

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

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Victoria

There have been four other deaths from COVID-19.

There are 491 hospitalized cases, including 38 in intensive care and eight requiring ventilation.

There were 8,744 new cases today.

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New South Wales

The state has recorded six more deaths from COVID-19.

There are 1,504 hospitalized cases, including 57 in intensive care and 17 requiring ventilation.

8,891 new cases were announced today.

North territory

The territory has recorded no new deaths related to COVID-19.

There are 38 hospitalized cases, seven of which require ventilation.

223 new cases were announced today.

Tasmania

The state recorded one new death from COVID-19, a man in his 80s.

There are 43 people with the virus in hospital, including 13 patients treated specifically for the virus. There is a person in intensive care.

733 new cases were announced today.

LAW

The ACT has recorded no new deaths related to COVID-19.

There are 76 people with the virus in hospital, including six in intensive care and one person on a ventilator.

The ACT reported 788 new cases today.

queensland

Queensland has recorded two new deaths from COVID-19.

There are 426 people with the virus in hospital, including 12 in intensive care.

The state reported 4,673 new cases today.

Western Australia

WA has recorded one new death from COVID-19 – dating back to May 3 – of a man in his 60s.

There are 281 people with the virus in hospital, including 8 in intensive care.

The state reported 8,747 new cases today.

South Australia

SA recorded five new deaths from COVID-19.

There are 214 people with the virus in hospital, including nine in intensive care and one patient requiring ventilation.

The state reported 2,788 new cases today.

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