COVID-19 case numbers from around Australia’s states and territories

Here’s a quick wrap of each Australian jurisdiction’s latest COVID-19 statistics today — Monday, July 25.

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

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

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

Victoria

There has been no deaths from COVID-19 in the latest reporting period.

There are 855 cases in hospital, with 35 of those in intensive care and 10 requiring ventilation.

There were 10,261 new cases reported today. 

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NSW

The state has recorded seven more COVID-19 deaths. 

There are 2,329 cases in hospital, with 58 of those in intensive care. 

There were 10,769 new cases announced today.

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Tasmania

Tasmania has recorded two new COVID-related deaths: a man in his 40s and a man in his late 70s.

There are 1,025 new cases, with two patients in intensive care and 183 in hospital.

Northern Territory

There have been no deaths reported in the Northern Territory today.

Seventy people with COVID-19 are in hospital, one of whom is in intensive care.

There were 334 new cases reported today.

Queensland

The state has recorded 6,109 new cases today.

There are 1,024 people in hospital and 28 in intensive care.

The number of people who have died is not reported on Saturday and Sunday.

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