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kingofnobbys

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2 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 290 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 114 & BA2 TSUSAMI (March/April 2022)
VERY BRIEF SUMMARY NEW CASES & DEATHS OVERNIGHT
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1/4/2022
AUS + 64086 new cases ==> 4501663 and today's COVID DEATHS = 16 +

NSW + 25495 new cases ==> 1771366 cases , 2 DEAD , + #
VIC + 10424 new cases==> 1302078 cases , 6 DEAD , +
QLD + 10722 new cases ==> 776346 , 3 DEAD + #
WA + 8731 (local) new cases ==> 183794 , 2 DEAD , + #
SA + 5134 new cases ==> 246223 cases , 2 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 1014 new cases ==> 77311 cases , 1 DEAD .+
TAS + 2108 new cases ==> 93625 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 458 new cases ==> 50820 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 13488 (LOCAL) cases ==> 661814 cases , 17 DEAD.

2/4/2022
AUS + 54347 new cases ==> 4556010 and today's COVID DEATHS = 26 +

NSW + 20389 new cases ==> 1791755 cases , 13 DEAD , + #
VIC + 9149 new cases==> 1311227 cases , 3 DEAD , +
QLD + 9435 new cases ==> 785791 , 6 DEAD + #
WA + 7822 (local) new cases ==> 191615 , 1 DEAD , + #
SA + 4483 new cases ==> 250706 cases , 2 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 808 new cases ==> 78119 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 1840 new cases ==> 95465 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 421 new cases ==> 51241 cases, 1 DEAD . + #

NZ + 11620 (LOCAL) cases ==> 673434 cases , 23 DEAD.

CASES AS % OF POPULATION DAILY 7D AVG RUNCHARTS BY STATE
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2/4/2022 NATIONAL DAILY POSTIVE PCR AND RAT SNAPSHOT
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2/4/2022 OVERVIEW
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PCR POSITIVITY
POSITIVITYpcr = PCR+% = PCR+/PCR
1/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 19.7%
2/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 20.4%

EFFECTIVE POSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Trying to assess the true scale of Delta & Omicron spread in AU and the states
POSITIVITYeff = CASES /((RAT+)+(PCR))
1/4/2022
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2/4/2022
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NATIONAL DAILY HOSPITALISATION SNAPSHOT
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2/4/2022
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HOSPITALISATION DAILY SNAPSHOTS
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VAXX ROLLOUT STATUS
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DAILY NATIONAL DELTA & OMICRON DEATHS
1/4/2022

NSW = +2 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2330
VIC = +6 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1933
QLD = +3 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1465
WA = +2 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 29
SA = +2 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 249
ACT = +1 ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 43
TAS ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 16
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 42
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Australia = +16 ==> 6171 total since mid June 2021.

2/4/2022

NSW = +13 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2343
VIC = +3 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1936
QLD = +6 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1471
WA = +1 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 30
SA = +2 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 251
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 43
TAS ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 16
NT = +1 ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = +26 ==> 6197 total since mid June 2021.
 
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
2 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 290 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 114 & BA2 TSUSAMI (March/April 2022)
NSW PT1
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1/4/2022
EXTRACT
NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of two men with COVID-19.

A man in his 50s from western NSW had received four doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and had significant underlying health conditions.

A man in his 70s from the Central Coast was not vaccinated and had significant underlying health conditions.

NSW Health expresses its sincere condolences to their loved ones.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,433.

There are currently 1,345 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 43 people in intensive care, 13 of whom require ventilation.

There were 25,495 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 15,172 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 10,323 positive PCR tests. The 10,323 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 58,476 PCR tests.

There has now been a total of 703,564 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 27 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 1,069 cases previously reported as RAT-positive have been confirmed as PCR-positive cases, bringing the total number of cases detected by PCR tests in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,139,325

1/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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01 April 2022 Free flu vaccine for those at higher risk

NSW Health is urging higher risk individuals including pregnant women, children aged under five years, seniors and Aboriginal people to book in now for a free flu shot.

With international borders reopening, increased social mixing and lower exposure to influenza over the past two years, people will be more vulnerable to the virus.

Executive Director, Health Protection NSW, Dr Richard Broome said the vaccine rollout commenced last month, as Federal Government supplies became available.

“Orders have already been distributed to many aged cared facilities, Aboriginal Medical Services and pharmacies, and will continue over the coming weeks,” Dr Broome said.

“Everyone six months and older is recommended to get a flu jab but particularly those high risk groups, as the virus is extremely contagious and potentially deadly.

“If you live in an aged or disability care facility, are aged over 65 or are immunocompromised, now is the time to book in. We also recommend a COVID-19 winter booster, as both flu and COVID-19 vaccines can be given at the same time.”

People aged 65 and over are recommended to have the enhanced quadrivalent vaccine (Fluad® Quad) which stimulates a greater immune response in this age group who are known to have a weaker response to vaccination.

For the first time this year, free flu vaccine for those aged 65 years and over will also be available from pharmacies. When people book, they should ask their pharmacist or GP about the right vaccine for them and importantly, that the service has it in stock. Providers can order further doses of vaccine throughout the season.

Flu vaccine is free for children aged six months to under five years; Aboriginal people; pregnant women; people aged 65 years and over; and others at higher risk of severe flu illness such as those with diabetes, serious heart, lung, kidney or liver disease, immunosuppression and obesity.

01 April 2022 Two confirmed cases of Japanese encephalitis in NSW

NSW Health is urging the community to stay vigilant and take precautions against mosquito bites following confirmation that a further two NSW residents were infected with Japanese encephalitis (JE) earlier this year.

A total of 10 NSW residents have now been infected with JE, with the latest two confirmed cases in the Riverina region.

The ninth case is a young man from Carrathool Shire LGA whose infection onset was in January. The 10th case is a man aged in his 70s from Lockhart Shire LGA whose infection onset was in late February.

early evidence shows mosquito numbers are declining it remains important that people throughout the state continue to take steps to avoid mosquito bites.

Recent flooding in the Northern Rivers Region has led to an increase in local mosquito populations so people in this area need to be particularly vigilant.

The JE virus is spread by mosquitoes and can infect animals and humans. The virus cannot be transmitted between humans, and it cannot be caught by eating pork or other pig products.

There is no specific treatment for JE, which can cause severe neurological illness with headache, convulsions and reduced consciousness in some cases.

It’s important to avoid being bitten by mosquitos. Simple actions you can take include:

Avoid going outdoors during peak mosquito times, especially at dawn and dusk, and close to wetland and bushland areas.
Wear long sleeves and pants outdoors (reduce skin exposure). Also wear shoes and socks where possible. There are insecticides (e.g. permethrin) available for treating clothing for those spending extended periods outdoors.
Apply repellent to all areas of exposed skin, especially those that contain DEET, picaridin, or oil of lemon eucalyptus which are the most effective against mosquitoes. The strength of a repellent determines the duration of protection with the higher concentrations providing longer periods of protection. Always check the label for reapplication times.
Reapply repellent after swimming. The duration of protection from repellent is also reduced with perspiration, such as during strenuous activity or hot weather so it may need to be reapplied more frequently.
Apply the sunscreen first and then apply the repellent. Be aware that DEET-containing repellents may decrease the sun protection factor (SPF) of sunscreens so you may need to re-apply the sunscreen more frequently.
For children in particular - most skin repellents are safe for use on children aged three months and older when used according to directions, although some formulations are only recommended for children aged 12 months and older - always check the product. Infants aged under three months can be protected from mosquitoes by using an infant carrier draped with mosquito netting that is secured along the edges.
If camping, ensure the tent has fly screens to prevent mosquitoes entering.
Mosquito coils and other devices that release insecticides can assist reducing mosquito bites but should be used in combination with topical insect repellents.
Reduce all water holding containers around the home where mosquitoes could breed. Mosquitoes only need a small amount of liquid to breed.

1/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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Reff = 7day cases mvg avg (t) / 7day cases mvg avg (t-4)
Calculated with a 4-day ratio (today's 7-day moving average / moving average 4 days ago) using true daily cases.
1/4/2022 NSW Reff = 1.01

1/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 17.7%
 
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
2 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 290 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 114 & BA2 TSUSAMI (March/April 2022)
NSW PT2
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2/4/2022 NSW UPDATE

Across NSW, more than 95 per cent of people aged 16 and over have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 94.6 per cent have received two doses to Thursday 31 March 2022.
Of children aged 12 to 15, 83.5 per cent have received a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and 79.5 per cent have received two doses.
Of children aged 5 to 11, 49.5 per cent have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 26.9 per cent have received two doses.
Of people aged 16 plus, 60.2 per cent have now received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This represents 64.1 per cent of the eligible population that received their second dose more than three months ago.

NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of 13 people with COVID-19 – seven women and six men.

Seven people were aged in their 70s,
five people were aged in their 80s,
and one person was aged in their 90s. Older age is a significant risk factor for serious illness and death for COVID-19, particularly when combined with significant underlying health conditions.

Three people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
six people had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine
and four people were not vaccinated.

Four people were from south western Sydney,
two people were from Sydney's Inner West,
one person was from western Sydney,
one person was from northern Sydney,
one person was from Sydney's south,
one person was from the Central Coast,
one person was from the Shoalhaven region,
one person was from Coffs Harbour
and one person was from western NSW.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,446.

There are currently 1,302 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 47 people in intensive care, 16 of whom require ventilation.

There were 20,389 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 11,470 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 8,919 positive PCR tests. The 8,919 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 43,510 PCR tests.

There has now been a total of 714,044 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 80 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 978 cases previously reported as RAT-positive have been confirmed as PCR-positive cases, bringing the total number of cases detected by PCR tests in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,149,142.

Everyone is urged to take simple precautions to protect each other from COVID-19, such as:
>use a mask in indoor settings where you cannot maintain a safe physical distance from others
>get your booster vaccine
>get a test and isolate immediately if you have any COVID symptoms
>clean your hands regularly.

2/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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NSW COVID HEAT MAP
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METRO SYDNEY COVID HEATMAP
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2/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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2/4/2022 NSW Reff = 1.01

2/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 20.5%

2/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES
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2/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES with LOGCURVES
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FLOODS , STORMS ALL NSW
Another rain bomb CAUSED BY deep low of the coast is driving massive seas ( > 8m inshore ) , gales (cyclone force) , and torrential rain along with massive thunderstorms resulting in flash flooding and replentishing already flooded areas with fresh flooding effecting the entire NSW coast .

Coastal NSW from GSyd to QLD Border back in mandatory evac orders as levees are overwhelmed , dams back in full spill , resulting in over 1000 calls for rescue in WSyd and NE Syd alone today , Lismore in back under water , Byron River is back in full flood.
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.

G-SYDNEY LHDs
Flooding in SESyd, SWSyd, NSyd and NWSyd on riverine floodplains ( Paramatta & Hawksbury Rivers ) near 1 million people effected ). Many landslips cutting rails and roads. **

SATELLITE REGIONAL LHDs [ HNE, CNTRL CST, ISH, NBMts ]
Flooding throughout Cntl Cst, Upper & Lower Hunter Valley , Myall Lakes, Forster Taree regions , coastal ISH areas.
Torrential rain all night in Lake Macquarie & Lower Hunter with gales and 12m seas hammering coast. Lake Tuncurry and large areas of lower Gosford and Lakes Entrance flooded , King Tides are adding to the problems in the lower rivers and coastal lakes, salt marshes are flooded. .**

WNSW & FAR WNSW
Much of WNSW & FWNSW is flooded & roads cut by swollen inland rivers from Jan2022 Rain Bomb.

NNSW , MID N CST
NEW MAJOR FLOODING EMERGENCY thoughout NNSW, Mid N Cst with, many road and towns cut off by an ongoing .
Another enormous rainbomb has impacted the NNSW & Mid N Cst & Far N Cst river catchments , creating flash floods in the already saturated catchments forcing residents in already flood devastated towns all along the cost back into mandatory evacuations as a the already saturated ground cant take up any more moisture and flash flooding breaches levees..

SNSW , MURRUMBIDGEE
MAJOR flooding thoughout SNSW, INLAND RIVS with, many road and towns cut off by an ongoing 1in1000y flood emergency , as a new Tasman low moves south and dumps torrential rain on the coast from SE QLD to ISH.
Wettest summer in NSW in living memory , surpassing the Maitland Flood in 1957 and the severe flooding event 80 years ago.

2/4/2022 CASES BY LHD
G-SYDNEY LHDs
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SATELLITE REGIONAL LHDs [ HNE, CNTRL CST, ISH, NBMts ]
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HNE
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WNSW & FAR WNSW
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NNSW , MID N CST
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SNSW , MURRUMBIDGEE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
2 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 290 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 114 & BA2 TSUSAMI (March/April 2022)
VIC , QLD , WA
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All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .
Mass fish kills along many flooded rivers with the return of sun and algae blooms , driven by rotting drowned vegetation.

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

1/4/2022
VIC recorded 10424 new cases, VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1302078 cases.

VIC recorded 6 delta / omicron deathS..

1/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.08

1/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 16.3%

1/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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1/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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2/4/2022

VIC recorded 9149 new cases, VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1311227 cases.

VIC recorded 3 delta / omicron deathS..

2/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.07

2/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 15.4%

2/4/2023 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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2/4/2023 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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2/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS
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VIC COVID HEAT MAP
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2/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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QLD

Powerful Tropical Cyclone developing of FNE QLD CST in the Coral Sea.

More SEVERE flooding in SE QLD due to VDEEP Coral Sea low and origraphic effect producing massive thunder storms most afternoons , evac orders in place in riverine areas of Greater Brisbane , much of The Gold Coast ( canal areas are being flooded ) , Wide Bay and Tweed areas.

All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .
N-QLD, FNE-QLD, CAPRICORNIA CST, are currently experiencing a severe monsoon event resulting in severe flooding ,
Severe heatwave in NW QLD & CNTL QLD, temperature records are being broken daily.

BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

1/4/2022

QLD recorded 10722 new cases, QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 776346 cases.

QLD recorded 3 delta / omicron deathS..

1/4/2022 QLD Reff = 0.98

1.4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 21.7%

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2/4/2022

QLD recorded 9435 new cases, QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 785791 cases.

QLD recorded 6 delta / omicron deathS..

2/4/2022 QLD Reff = 0.96

2/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 20.7%

2/4/2022 QLD DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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WA

NW FARNW :
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .

ALL
HUGE SURGE IN WA AS BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.
KIMBERLEY CST , 5 RIVERS CST , and PILBARA CST are being impacted by a severe monsoon and a remnants a severe tropical cyclone , resulting in severe flooding and many roads in these regions being cut , and settlements cutoff. **
Meanwhile most the state is experience a severe and record breaking heatwave.

1/4/2022

WA recorded 8731 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 183794 cases.

WA recorded 2 delta / omicron deathS.

1/4/2022 WA Reff = 1.23

1/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 24.5%

COVID-19 update 1 April 2022 EXTRACT

WA Health is reporting a total of 8,731 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 53,751 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 211 people with COVID-19 in hospital, seven in ICU.

Today’s report also includes two historical deaths from preceding days, with one dating back to 27 March, which were reported to WA Health yesterday, a man in his 70s and a man in his 80s.

Due to patient confidentiality, no further information will be released by the Department on these deaths.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 42,874 (6,742)
Goldfields 1,092 (217)
Great Southern 843 (127)
Kimberley 1,416 (263)
Midwest 920 (171)
Pilbara 1,744 (338)
South West 2,265 (380)
Wheatbelt 725 (104)

Of the 8,731 cases, 3,645 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 5,086 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 14,874 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 182,800 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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2/4/2022

WA recorded 7822 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 191615 cases.

WA recorded 1 delta / omicron death.

2/4/2022 WA Reff = 1.06

2/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.4%

COVID-19 update: 2 April 2022
WA Health is reporting a total of 7,822 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 54,064 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 215 people with COVID-19 in hospital, six in ICU.

Today’s report also includes one historical death dating back to 31 March, which was reported to WA Health yesterday, a woman in her 80s.

Due to patient confidentiality, no further information will be released by the Department on these deaths.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 42,839 (6,048)
Goldfields 1,094 (141)
Great Southern 848 (121)
Kimberley 1,552 (322)
Midwest 963 (147)
Pilbara 1,751 (290)
South West 2,382 (380)
Wheatbelt 731 (117)

Notes:

This data is based on the residential postcode of each case. The case may have an isolation address in another region.
The remainder of daily cases reported (256) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 7,822 cases, 3,160 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 4,662 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 14,786 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 190,502 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

2/4/2022 WA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
2 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 290 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 114 & BA2 TSUSAMI (March/April 2022)
SA , ACT , TAS , NT
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SA

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

1/4/2022

SA recorded 5134 new cases , SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 246223 cases.

SA recorded 2 delta/omicron deathS.

1/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.10

1/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.7%

EXTRACT 01 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA
There have been 5,134 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 33,380 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm a child under the age of five and a woman in her 80s, who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away.

There are 169 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including seven people in ICU. Of those hospitalised, 112 people are fully vaccinated, 46 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 11 have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases has been readjusted.

Total case breakdown
New cases today - 5,134
Current active cases - 33,380
Total cases - 263,402
Total deaths - 231
Variants
The latest genome sampling has found around 60% of samples taken were BA.2.

*This figure will be updated as results are received, noting results are not reported daily.

COVID testing
Yesterday, 16,373 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 6.7% increase on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 3,546 PCR tests were positive, while 1,588 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

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2/4/2022

SA recorded 4483 new cases , SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 250706 cases.

SA recorded 2 delta/omicron deathS.

2/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.08

2/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 19.8%

02 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA
There have been 4,483 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 33,995 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm a man in his 50s and a woman over 100, who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away.


Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases has been readjusted.

There are 184 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including eight people in ICU. Of those hospitalised, 132 people are fully vaccinated, 47 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and five have an unknown vaccination status.
Total case breakdown
New cases today - 4,483
Current active cases - 33,995
Total cases - 268,518
Total deaths - 263
Variants
The latest genome sampling has found around 60% of samples taken were BA.2.

*This figure will be updated as results are received, noting results are not reported daily.

COVID testing
Yesterday, 14,886 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 9.1% decrease on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 2,946 PCR tests were positive, while 1,537 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

2/4/2022 SA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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ACT

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

1/4/2022

ACT recorded 1014 new cases , ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 77311 cases..

ACT recorded 1 delta death.

1/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.96

1/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 15.8%

1/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
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2/4/2022

ACT recorded 808 new cases , ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 78119 cases..

ACT recorded 0 delta deathS.

2/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.93

2/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 23.6%

2/4/2022 ACT UPDATE
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2/4/2022 ACT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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TAS

BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

1/4/2022

TAS recorded 2108 new cases , TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 93625 cases.

TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

1/4/2022 TAS Reff = 1.14

1/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 16.7%

1/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
12 hospital patients are being treated specifically for COVID-19 symptoms;
18 COVID-19 positive cases are being treated for unrelated medical conditions.
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2/4/2022

TAS recorded 1840 new cases , TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 95465 cases.

TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

2/4/2022 TAS Reff = 1.11

2/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 19.0%

2/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
14 hospital patients are being treated specifically for COVID-19 symptoms;
22 COVID-19 positive cases are being treated for unrelated medical conditions.
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2/4/2022 TAS DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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NT

ALL of NW , N and NE NT is experiencing as severe monsoon , 5 RIVERS and W NT is in torrential rain and severe flooding cutting many roads and cutting off many towns and settlements . **
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ).
S NT is experiencing a severe slow motion flooding event causing widespread flooding in the Alice Springs and desert regions ( which have essentially being converted to a vast inland sea as a result of Jan2022 rain bomb in QLD and NSW.

1/4/2022

NT recorded 458 new cases , NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 50820 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deathS.

1/4/2022 NT Reff = 1.23

1/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 6.7%

NT COVID-19 update 1 April 2022 EXTRACT
There were 458 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the Northern Territory in the 24 hours to 8pm on 31 March 2022. Of these, 405 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 370 cases recorded in the Top End region, 24 in Central Australia, nine in East Arnhem, 14 in the Big Rivers region, two in the Barkly and 39 are under investigation.

There are currently 19 patients in hospital, with one patient requiring oxygen. There are three patients in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 2,653

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2/4/2022

NT recorded 421 new cases , NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 51241 cases.

NT recorded 1 Delta / Omicron death.

2/4/2022 NT Reff = 1.24

2/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 18.1%

NT COVID-19 update 2 April 2022
The Northern Territory is today reporting the death of a male in his 80s with COVID-19.

The man who was from a remote community in the Central Australia region, had underlying health conditions, and passed away at Alice Springs Hospital.

There were 421 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 1 April 2022. Of these, 369 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 354 cases recorded in the Top End region, 20 in Central Australia, four in East Arnhem, four in the Big Rivers region, three in the Barkly and 36 are under investigation.

There are currently 14 patients in hospital, with one patient requiring oxygen. There is one patient in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 2,778.

Public health measures
To slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community and reduce the rate of transmission, the following public health measures are in place across the NT:

>Masks must be worn in high-risk settings including hospitals, GP clinics, remote health clinics, renal facilities, aged care facilities, family violence shelters, sobering up shelters, homeless shelters, corrections facilities and disability facilities. Disability support workers need to wear a mask when undertaking home-services.
>Masks must also be worn in airports and on flights, in line with federal requirements.
>It is highly recommended that all people aged 12 years and over wear a mask when physical distancing cannot be applied.
>The Territory Vaccine Pass.

2/4/2022 NT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
2 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 290 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 114 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
NZ
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1/4/2022

NZ recorded 13488 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 661814 cases.
==> 650243 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

1/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 10.0%

49 INFECTED repats from o/seas IN LAST 24hr.

NZ recorded 17 delta / omicron deathS.

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2/4/2022

NZ recorded 11620 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 673434 cases.
==> 661863 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

2/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 9.0%

42 INFECTED repats from o/seas IN LAST 24hr.

NZ recorded 23 delta / omicron deathS.

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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
4 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 292 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 116 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VERY BRIEF SUMMARY NEW CASES & DEATHS OVERNIGHT
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3/4/2022
AUS + 47538 new cases ==> 4603548 and today's COVID DEATHS = 17 +

NSW + 16807 new cases ==> 1808562 cases , 11 DEAD , + #
VIC + 9008 new cases==> 1320235 cases , 2 DEAD , +
QLD + 8478 new cases ==> 794259 , 0 DEAD + #
WA + 6439 (local) new cases ==> 198055 , 3 DEAD , + #
SA + 4096 new cases ==> 254802 cases , 1 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 718 new cases ==> 78837 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 1683 new cases ==> 97148 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 309 new cases ==> 51550 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 8814 (LOCAL) cases ==> 682248 cases , 18 DEAD.

4/4/2022
AUS + 46735 new cases ==> 4650283 and today's COVID DEATHS = 14 +

NSW + 15572 new cases ==> 1824134 cases , 6 DEAD , + #
VIC + 10011 new cases==> 1330246 cases , 1 DEAD , +
QLD + 7707 new cases ==> 801966 , 1 DEAD + #
WA + 6082 (local) new cases ==> 204137 , 6 DEAD , + #
SA + 4595 new cases ==> 259397 cases , 0 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 739 new cases ==> 79576 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 1725 new cases ==> 98873 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 304 new cases ==> 51854 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 10214 (LOCAL) cases ==> 692462 cases , 9 DEAD.

4/4/2022 NATIONAL DAILY POSTIVE PCR AND RAT SNAPSHOT
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4/4/2022 OVERVIEW
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PCR POSITIVITY
POSITIVITYpcr = PCR+% = PCR+/PCR
3/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 20.8%
4/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 16.6%

EFFECTIVE POSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Trying to assess the true scale of Delta & Omicron spread in AU and the states
POSITIVITYeff = CASES /((RAT+)+(PCR))
3/4/2022
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4/4/2022
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NATIONAL DAILY HOSPITALISATION SNAPSHOT
3/4/2022
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4/4/2022
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DAILY NATIONAL DELTA & OMICRON DEATHS

3/4/2022

NSW = +11 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2354
VIC = +2 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1938
QLD ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1471
WA = +3 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 33
SA = +1 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 252
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 43
TAS ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 16
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = +17 ==> 6214 total since mid June 2021.

4/4/2022

NSW = +6 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2360
VIC = +1 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1939
QLD = +1 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1472
WA = +6 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 39
SA ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 252
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 43
TAS ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 16
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 8 ==> 6222 total since mid June 2021.
 

kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
4 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 292 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 116 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
NSW
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3/4/2022

EXTRACT
NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of 11 people with COVID-19; seven men and four women.

One person was aged in their 30s,
one person was in their 50s,
one person was in their 70s,
six people were in their 80s
and two people were in their 90s. Older age is a significant risk factor for serious illness and death for COVID-19, particularly when combined with significant underlying health conditions.

Of the nine people over the age of 65,
one person had received four doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
six people had received three doses,
one person had received two doses
and one person was unvaccinated.

The person in their 30s who died had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and had no known underlying health conditions.
The person in their 50s who died had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and had significant underlying health conditions.

Two people were from south western Sydney,
two people were from Sydney’s Inner West,
one person was from Sydney’s south east,
one person was from Sydney’s south,
one person was from Western Sydney,
one person was from Sydney’s Northern Beaches,
one person was from Northern Sydney,
one person was from Newcastle
and one person was from the Upper Hunter region.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,457.

There are currently 1,355 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 50 people in intensive care, 19 of whom require ventilation.

There were 16,807 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 9,671 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 7,136 positive PCR tests. The 7,136 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 41,998 PCR tests.

There has now been a total of 722,868 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 48 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 830 cases previously reported as RAT-positive have been confirmed as PCR-positive cases, bringing the total number of cases detected by PCR tests in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,157,060.

Everyone is urged to take simple precautions to protect each other from COVID-19, such as:
>use a mask in indoor settings where you cannot maintain a safe physical distance from others
>get your booster vaccine
>get a test and isolate immediately if you have any COVID symptoms
>clean your hands regularly.

3/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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3/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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Reff = 7day cases mvg avg (t) / 7day cases mvg avg (t-4)
Calculated with a 4-day ratio (today's 7-day moving average / moving average 4 days ago) using true daily cases.
3/4/2022 NSW Reff = 1.00

3/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 17.0%

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4/4/2022 NSW UPDATE

Across NSW, more than 95 per cent of people aged 16 and over have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 94.6 per cent have received two doses to Saturday 2 April 2022.
Of children aged 12 to 15, 83.4 per cent have received a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and 79.5 per cent have received two doses.
Of children aged 5 to 11, 49.6 per cent have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 28.2 per cent have received two doses.
Of people aged 16 plus, 60.4 per cent have now received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This represents 64.4 per cent of the eligible population that received their second dose more than three months ago.

NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of six people with COVID-19; four men and two women.

One person was aged in their 70s,
three people were in their 80s
and two people were in their 90s. Older age is a significant risk factor for serious illness and death for COVID-19, particularly when combined with significant underlying health conditions.

Of the six people,
four people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
one person had received two doses
and one person had received one dose.

Three people were from Western Sydney,
one person was from Sydney's south,
one person was from the Lower Hunter region
and one person was from the New England region.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,463.

There are currently 1,418 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 56 people in intensive care, 18 of whom require ventilation.

There were 15,572 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 9,981 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 5,591 positive PCR tests. The 5,591 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 46,629 PCR tests.

There has now been a total of 732,167 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 44 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 658 cases previously reported as RAT-positive have been confirmed as PCR-positive cases, bringing the total number of cases detected by PCR tests in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,163,265.

4/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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4/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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4/4/2022 NSW Reff = 1.01

4/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 10.9%

4/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES
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4/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES with LOGCURVES
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FLOODS , STORMS ALL COASTAL NSW
Rain bomb CAUSED BY deep low of the coast is driving massive seas ( > 8m inshore ) , gales (cyclone force) , and torrential rain along with massive thunderstorms resulting in flash flooding and replentishing already flooded areas with fresh flooding effecting the entire NSW coast .

Coastal NSW from GSyd to QLD Border back in mandatory evac orders as levees are overwhelmed , dams back in full spill , resulting in over 1000 calls for rescue in WSyd and NE Syd alone today , Lismore in back under water , Byron River is back in full flood.
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.

G-SYDNEY LHDs
Flooding in SESyd, SWSyd, NSyd and NWSyd on riverine floodplains ( Paramatta & Hawksbury Rivers ) near 1 million people effected ). Many landslips cutting rails and roads. **

SATELLITE REGIONAL LHDs [ HNE, CNTRL CST, ISH, NBMts ]
Flooding throughout Cntl Cst, Upper & Lower Hunter Valley , Myall Lakes, Forster Taree regions , coastal ISH areas.
Torrential rain all night in Lake Macquarie & Lower Hunter with gales and 12m seas hammering coast. Lake Tuncurry and large areas of lower Gosford and Lakes Entrance flooded , King Tides are adding to the problems in the lower rivers and coastal lakes, salt marshes are flooded. .**

WNSW & FAR WNSW
Much of WNSW & FWNSW is flooded & roads cut by swollen inland rivers from Jan2022 Rain Bomb.

NNSW , MID N CST
NEW MAJOR FLOODING EMERGENCY thoughout NNSW, Mid N Cst with, many road and towns cut off by an ongoing .
Another enormous rainbomb has impacted the NNSW & Mid N Cst & Far N Cst river catchments , creating flash floods in the already saturated catchments forcing residents in already flood devastated towns all along the cost back into mandatory evacuations as a the already saturated ground cant take up any more moisture and flash flooding breaches levees..

SNSW , MURRUMBIDGEE
MAJOR flooding thoughout SNSW, INLAND RIVS with, many road and towns cut off by an ongoing 1in1000y flood emergency , as a new Tasman low moves south and dumps torrential rain on the coast from SE QLD to ISH.
Wettest summer in NSW in living memory , surpassing the Maitland Flood in 1957 and the severe flooding event 80 years ago.

4/4/2022 CASES BY LHD
G-SYDNEY LHDs
Calc error for BA2 Tsusami Buildup log curves spotted and corrected.
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SATELLITE REGIONAL LHDs [ HNE, CNTRL CST, ISH, NBMts ]
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HNE
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WNSW & FAR WNSW
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NNSW , MID N CST
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SNSW , MURRUMBIDGEE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
4 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 292 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 116 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VIC , QLD , WA
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All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .
Mass fish kills along many flooded rivers with the return of sun and algae blooms , driven by rotting drowned vegetation.

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

3/4/2022
VIC recorded 9008 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1320275 cases.

VIC recorded 2 delta / omicron deathS..

3/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.07

3/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 18.6%

3/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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3/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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4/4/2022

VIC recorded 10011 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1330246 cases.

VIC recorded 1 delta / omicron death..

4/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.07

4/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 23.0%

4/4/2023 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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4/4/2023 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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4/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS
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QLD

Powerful Tropical Cyclone developing of FNE QLD CST in the Coral Sea.

More SEVERE flooding in SE QLD due to VDEEP Coral Sea low and origraphic effect producing massive thunder storms most afternoons , evac orders in place in riverine areas of Greater Brisbane , much of The Gold Coast ( canal areas are being flooded ) , Wide Bay and Tweed areas.

All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .
N-QLD, FNE-QLD, CAPRICORNIA CST, are currently experiencing a severe monsoon event resulting in severe flooding ,
Severe heatwave in NW QLD & CNTL QLD, temperature records are being broken daily.

BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

3/4/2022

QLD recorded 8478 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 794259 cases.

QLD recorded 0 delta / omicron deathS..

3/4/2022 QLD Reff = 0.97

3/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 21.8%

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4/4/2022

QLD recorded 7707 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 801966 cases.

QLD recorded 1 delta / omicron death..

4/4/2022 QLD Reff = 1.03

4/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 20.2%

4/4/2022 QLD DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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WA

NW FARNW :
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .

ALL
HUGE SURGE IN WA AS BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.
KIMBERLEY CST , 5 RIVERS CST , and PILBARA CST are being impacted by a severe monsoon resulting in severe flooding and many roads in these regions being cut , and settlements cutoff. **
Meanwhile most the state is experience a severe and record breaking heatwave.

3/4/2022

WA recorded 6439 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 198055 cases.

WA recorded 3 delta / omicron deathS.

3/4/2022 WA Reff = 1.02

3/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 26.9%

COVID-19 update 3 April 2022 EXTRACT

WA Health is reporting a total of 6,439 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 53,952 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 221 people with COVID-19 in hospital, seven in ICU.

Today’s report also includes three historical deaths dating back to 26 March, which were reported to WA Health yesterday, a man in his 80s, a man in his 90s and a woman in her 90s.

Due to patient confidentiality, no further information will be released by the Department on these deaths.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 42,592 (5,160)
Goldfields 1,124 (147)
Great Southern 827 (85)
Kimberley 1,583 (168)
Midwest 945 (85)
Pilbara 1,742 (178)
South West 2,448 (294)
Wheatbelt 730 (78)

Notes:

This data is based on the residential postcode of each case. The case may have an isolation address in another region.
The remainder of daily cases reported (244) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 6,439 cases, 2,778 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 3,661 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 10,338 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 196,781 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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4/4/2022

WA recorded 6082 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 204137 cases.

WA recorded 6 delta / omicron deathS.

4/4/2022 WA Reff = 0.98

4/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.2%

COVID-19 update 4 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 6,082 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 52,211 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 231 people with COVID-19 in hospital, six in ICU.

Today’s report also includes six historical deaths dating back to 16 March, which were reported to WA Health yesterday, one man in his 50s, two men in their 70s, three men in their 80s.

Due to patient confidentiality, no further information will be released by the Department on these deaths.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 41,246 (4,879)
Goldfields 1,121 (128)
Great Southern 807 (95)
Kimberley 1,561 (163)
Midwest 950 (112)
Pilbara 1,635 (154)
South West 2,361 (240)
Wheatbelt 705 (88)

Notes:

This data is based on the residential postcode of each case. The case may have an isolation address in another region.


The remainder of daily cases reported (223) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 6,082 cases, 2,177 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 3,905 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 10,246 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 202,669 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

4/4/2022 WA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
4 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 292 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 116 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
SA , ACT , TAS , NT
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SA

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

3/4/2022

SA recorded 4096 new cases.
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 254802 cases.

SA recorded 1 delta/omicron death.

3/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.06

3/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 20.9%

EXTRACT 03 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA
SA Health can confirm a woman in her 80s who tested positive for COVID-19 has passed away.

There are 188 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including eight people in ICU.
Of those hospitalised, 138 people are fully vaccinated, 41 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and nine have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases has been readjusted.

Total case breakdown
New cases today - 4,096
Current active cases - 34,640
Total cases - 273,233
Total deaths - 264

COVID testing
Yesterday, 12,707 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 14.6% decrease on the previous 24 hours.
Of the test results returned yesterday, 2,650 PCR tests were positive, while 1,446 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

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4/4/2022

SA recorded 4595 new cases .
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 259397 cases.

SA recorded 0 delta/omicron deathS.

4/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.06

4/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.1%

04 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA

There have been 4,595 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 35,367 active cases in South Australia.

There are 209 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including eight people in ICU.
Of those hospitalised, 143 people are fully vaccinated, 44 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 22 have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases has been readjusted.

Total case breakdown
New cases today - 4,595
Current active cases - 35,367
Total cases - 278,548
Total deaths - 264
Variants
The latest genome sampling has found around 60% of samples taken were BA.2.

*This figure will be updated as results are received, noting results are not reported daily.

COVID testing
Yesterday, 13,337 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 5% increase on the previous 24 hours.
Of the test results returned yesterday, 2,821 PCR tests were positive, while 1,774 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

Vaccination update
Currently 95.2% of eligible South Australians aged 12+ have received their first dose of the vaccine and 93% have received their second dose.
Boosters have been administered to 71% of eligible South Australians and 63.3% of South Australians aged 16+.

4/4/2022 SA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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ACT

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

3/4/2022

ACT recorded 718 new cases .
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 78837 cases..

ACT recorded 0 delta deathS.

3/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.94

3/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 16.4%

3/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT ref https://twitter.com/ACTHealth
💉COVID-19 vaccinations
Aged 5-11 years (1 dose): 80.2%*
Aged 5-11 years (2 doses): 53.1%*
Aged 5+ years (2 doses): 98.3%*
Aged 16+ years (3 doses): 73.3%*
*Vaccination data is not reported on weekends.
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4/4/2022

ACT recorded 739 new cases.
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 79576 cases..

ACT recorded 0 delta deathS.

4/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.96

4/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 17.6%

4/4/2022 ACT UPDATE
💉 COVID-19 vaccinations
▪ Aged 5-11 years (1 dose): 80.2%
▪ Aged 5-11 years (2 doses): 54.0%
▪ Aged 5+ years (2 doses): 98.4%
▪ Aged 16+ years (3 doses): 73.4%
Please note vaccine data is from 1 April 2022.
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4/4/2022 ACT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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TAS

BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

3/4/2022

TAS recorded 1683 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 97148 cases.

TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

3/4/2022 TAS Reff = 1.08

3/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 18.6%

3/4/2022 TAS UPDATE ref Log into Facebook
17 hospital patients are being treated specifically for COVID-19 symptoms;
20 COVID-19 positive cases are being treated for unrelated medical conditions.
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4/4/2022

TAS recorded 1725 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 98873 cases.

TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

4/4/2022 TAS Reff = 1.05

4/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 20.0%

4/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
18 hospital patients are being treated specifically for COVID-19 symptoms;
22 COVID-19 positive cases are being treated for unrelated medical conditions.
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4/4/2022 TAS DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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NT

ALL of NW , N and NE NT is experiencing as severe monsoon , 5 RIVERS and W NT is in torrential rain and severe flooding cutting many roads and cutting off many towns and settlements . **
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ).
S NT is experiencing a severe slow motion flooding event causing widespread flooding in the central desert regions ( which have essentially being converted to a vast inland sea as a result of Jan2022 rain bomb in QLD and NSW.

3/4/2022

NT recorded 309 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 51550 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deathS.

3/4/2022 NT Reff = 1.17

3/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 52.9% this is correct based on state issued data = 51,849 Coronavirus Cases and 2,951 Active in NT - COVID Live

NT COVID-19 update 3 April 2022 EXTRACT ref Coronavirus (COVID-19)

There were 309 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 2 April 2022. Of these, 273 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 265 cases recorded in the Top End region, eight in Central Australia, eight in East Arnhem, nine in the Big Rivers region, zero in the Barkly region and 19 are under investigation.

There are currently 14 patients in hospital. There are no patients requiring oxygen, while one patient is in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 2,825.

Public health measures

To slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community and reduce the rate of transmission, the following public health measures are in place across the NT:

>Masks must be worn in high-risk settings including hospitals, GP clinics, remote health clinics, renal facilities, aged care facilities, family violence shelters, sobering up shelters, homeless shelters, corrections facilities and disability facilities. Disability support workers need to wear a mask when undertaking home-services.
>Masks must also be worn in airports and on flights, in line with federal requirements.
It is highly recommended that all people aged 12 years and over wear a mask when physical distancing cannot be applied.
>The Territory Vaccine Pass.
> COVID-19 vaccination

It’s important everyone aged 16 years and over has their booster dose. Three doses of the vaccine significantly reduces your risk of getting really sick from COVID-19 and will help to protect you against any future strains of the virus.

COVID-19 testing

Everyone should get tested for COVID-19 if showing symptoms. A number of NT Rapid Antigen Testing and Distribution Points have been established.

To reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading in our communities, it is important for everyone to follow all health directions:

* If you have symptoms, stay away from others and get tested for COVID-19
* Wash your hands with soap and water and use hand sanitiser regularly
* Do not go to work if you feel sick
* Maintain a physical distance of 1.5 metres where possible.

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4/4/2022

NT recorded 304 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 51854 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deaths.

4/4/2022 NT Reff = 0.98

4/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 3.6%

NT COVID-19 update 4 April 2022
NA , no update published for today.
Used secondary source for todays detailed data = 51,849 Coronavirus Cases and 2,951 Active in NT - COVID Live

4/4/2022 NT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
4 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 292 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 116
NZ
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3/4/2022

NZ recorded 8814 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 682248 cases.
==> 670677 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

3/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 8.6%

31 INFECTED repats from o/seas IN LAST 24hr.

NZ recorded 18 delta / omicron deathS.

3/4/2022 NZ BRIEFING
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4/4/2022

NZ recorded 10214 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 692462 cases.
==> 680891 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

4/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 7.4%

34 INFECTED repats from o/seas IN LAST 24hr.

NZ recorded 9 delta / omicron deathS.

4/4/2022 NZ DATA
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BRIEFING
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OVERVIEW
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
6 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 294 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 118 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VERY BRIEF SUMMARY NEW CASES & DEATHS OVERNIGHT
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5/4/2022
AUS + 58264 new cases ==> 4708547 and today's COVID DEATHS = 38 +

NSW + 19193 new cases ==> 1843327 cases , 12 DEAD , + #
VIC + 12007 new cases==> 1342253 cases , 8 DEAD , +
QLD + 9946 new cases ==> 811912 cases , 8 DEAD + #
WA + 8145 (local) new cases ==> 212282 cases , 5 DEAD , + #
SA + 5068 new cases ==> 264465 cases , 4 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 918 new cases ==> 80494 cases , 1 DEAD .+
TAS + 2437 new cases ==> 101310 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 550 new cases ==> 52404 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 14135 (LOCAL) cases ==> 706597 cases , 23 DEAD.

6/4/2022
AUS + 63188 new cases ==> 4771735 and today's COVID DEATHS = 27 +

NSW + 24151 new cases ==> 1867478 cases , 15 DEAD , + #
VIC + 12150 new cases==> 1354403 cases , 3 DEAD , +
QLD + 8534 new cases ==> 820446 cases , 1 DEAD + #
WA + 8499 (local) new cases ==> 220781 cases , 5 DEAD , + #
SA + 5784 new cases ==> 270249 cases , 2 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 1149 new cases ==> 81643 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 2408 new cases ==> 103718 cases , 1 DEAD , +
NT + 513 new cases ==> 52917 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 12592 (LOCAL) cases ==> 719189 cases , 15 DEAD.

6/4/2022 NATIONAL DAILY POSTIVE PCR AND RAT SNAPSHOT
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6/4/2022 OVERVIEW
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PCR POSITIVITY
POSITIVITYpcr = PCR+% = PCR+/PCR
5/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 17.9%
6/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 19.1%

EFFECTIVE POSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Trying to assess the true scale of Delta & Omicron spread in AU and the states
POSITIVITYeff = CASES /((RAT+)+(PCR))
5/4/2022
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6/4/2022
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NATIONAL DAILY HOSPITALISATION SNAPSHOT
5/4/2022
NA
6/4/2022
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DAILY NATIONAL DELTA & OMICRON DEATHS

5/4/2022

NSW = +12 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2372
VIC = +8 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1947
QLD = +8 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1480
WA = +5 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 44
SA = +4 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 256
ACT = +1 ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 41
TAS ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 16
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 38 ==> 6260 total since mid June 2021.


6/4/2022

NSW = +15 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 23872
VIC = +3 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1950
QLD = +11 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1491
WA = +5 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 49
SA = +2 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 258
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 41
TAS = +1 ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 17
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 27 ==> 6287 total since mid June 2021.
 

kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
6 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 2942 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 118 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
NSW
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5/4/2022

EXTRACT
NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of 12 people with COVID-19; eight men and four women.

Two people were aged in their 30s,
one person was aged in their 60s,
four people were aged in their 70s,
three people were aged in their 80s
and two people were aged in their 90s. Older age is a significant risk factor for serious illness and death for COVID-19, particularly when combined with significant underlying health conditions.

Of the nine people who died over the age of 65,
five people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
three people had received two doses
and one person was unvaccinated.

Two people in their 30s who died were both unvaccinated and had significant underlying health conditions. The other person under 65 years of age who died had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and had significant underlying health conditions.

Two people were from Sydney's south east,
two people were from Western Sydney,
one person was from Sydney's south west,
one person was from Sydney's Inner West,
three people were from the Wollongong area,
one person was from Queanbeyan,
one person was from the Port Stephens area
and one person was from the Northern Rivers.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,474.

There are currently 1,467 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 56 people in intensive care, 17 of whom require ventilation.

There were 19,183 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 13,062 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 6,121 positive PCR tests. The 6,121 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 38,186 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, 19 COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 744,620 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 21 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 590 cases previously reported as RAT-positive have been confirmed as PCR-positive cases, bringing the total number of cases detected by PCR tests in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,169,955.

Everyone is urged to take simple precautions to protect each other from COVID-19, such as:
>use a mask in indoor settings where you cannot maintain a safe physical distance from others
>get your booster vaccine
>get a test and isolate immediately if you have any COVID symptoms
>clean your hands regularly.

5/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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5/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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Reff = 7day cases mvg avg (t) / 7day cases mvg avg (t-4)
Calculated with a 4-day ratio (today's 7-day moving average / moving average 4 days ago) using true daily cases.
5/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.98

5/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 10.9%

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6/4/2022 NSW UPDATE
Across NSW, more than 95 per cent of people aged 16 and over have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 94.6 per cent have received two doses to Monday 4 April 2022.
Of children aged 12 to 15, 83.4 per cent have received a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and 79.5 per cent have received two doses.
Of children aged 5 to 11, 49.6 per cent have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 29 per cent have received two doses.
Of people aged 16 plus, 60.6 per cent have now received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This represents 64.5 per cent of the eligible population that received their second dose more than three months ago.
The total number of vaccines administered in NSW is now 17,558,696 with 5,027,552 doses administered by NSW Health to 8pm last night and 12,531,144 administered by the GP network, pharmacies and other providers to 11.59pm on Monday 4 April 2022.

NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of 15 people with COVID-19; nine men and six women.

Two people were aged in their 60s,
five people were aged in their 70s,
three people were aged in their 80s
and five people were aged in their 90s. Older age is a significant risk factor for serious illness and death for COVID-19, particularly when combined with significant underlying health conditions.

Of the 14 people who died over the age of 65,
five people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
five people had received two doses, one person had received one dose
and three people were unvaccinated.

The person under 65 years of age who died was unvaccinated and had significant underlying health conditions.

Four people were from Sydney's south west,
two people were from Western Sydney,
two people were from Sydney's south,
one person was from inner Sydney,
one person was from Sydney's south east,
one person was from Sydney's north,
one person was from Sydney's Northern Beaches,
two people were from the Blue Mountains region
and one person was from the Central West.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,489.

There are currently 1,444 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 51 people in intensive care, 18 of whom require ventilation.

There were 24,151 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 13,957 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 10,194 positive PCR tests. The 10,194 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 58,648 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, 11 COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 757,430 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 24 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 1,136 cases previously reported as RAT-positive have been confirmed as PCR-positive cases, bringing the total number of cases detected by PCR tests in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,181,261.

6/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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6/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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6/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.97

6/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 17.4%

6/4/2022 NSW RISK DASHBOARD
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6/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES
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6/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES with LOGCURVES
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FLOODS , STORMS ALL COASTAL NSW
Rain bomb CAUSED BY deep low of the coast is driving massive seas ( > 8m inshore ) , gales (cyclone force) , and torrential rain along with massive thunderstorms resulting in flash flooding and replentishing already flooded areas with fresh flooding effecting the entire NSW coast .

Coastal NSW from GSyd to QLD Border back in mandatory evac orders as levees are overwhelmed , dams back in full spill , resulting in over 1000 calls for rescue in WSyd and NE Syd alone today , Lismore in back under water , Byron River is back in full flood.
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.

G-SYDNEY LHDs
Flooding in SESyd, SWSyd, NSyd and NWSyd on riverine floodplains ( Paramatta & Hawksbury Rivers ) near 1 million people effected ). Many landslips cutting rails and roads. **

SATELLITE REGIONAL LHDs [ HNE, CNTRL CST, ISH, NBMts ]
Flooding throughout Cntl Cst, Upper & Lower Hunter Valley , Myall Lakes, Forster Taree regions , coastal ISH areas.
Torrential rain all night in Lake Macquarie & Lower Hunter with gales and 12m seas hammering coast. Lake Tuncurry and large areas of lower Gosford and Lakes Entrance flooded , King Tides are adding to the problems in the lower rivers and coastal lakes, salt marshes are flooded. .**

WNSW & FAR WNSW
Much of WNSW & FWNSW is flooded & roads cut by swollen inland rivers from Jan2022 Rain Bomb.

NNSW , MID N CST
NEW MAJOR FLOODING EMERGENCY thoughout NNSW, Mid N Cst with, many road and towns cut off by an ongoing .
Another enormous rainbomb has impacted the NNSW & Mid N Cst & Far N Cst river catchments , creating flash floods in the already saturated catchments forcing residents in already flood devastated towns all along the cost back into mandatory evacuations as a the already saturated ground cant take up any more moisture and flash flooding breaches levees..

SNSW , MURRUMBIDGEE
MAJOR flooding thoughout SNSW, INLAND RIVS with, many road and towns cut off by an ongoing 1in1000y flood emergency , as a new Tasman low moves south and dumps torrential rain on the coast from SE QLD to ISH.
Wettest summer in NSW in living memory , surpassing the Maitland Flood in 1957 and the severe flooding event 80 years ago.

6/4/2022 CASES BY LHD
G-SYDNEY LHDs
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SATELLITE REGIONAL LHDs [ HNE, CNTRL CST, ISH, NBMts ]
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HNE
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WNSW & FAR WNSW
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NNSW , MID N CST
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SNSW , MURRUMBIDGEE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
6 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 2942 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 118 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VIC , QLD , WA
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VIC
Severe rain event in the NE and SE of VIC resulting in severe flooding particularly in the Gippsland Region requiring evaccuation orders , despite this lives have been lost.

All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .
Mass fish kills along many flooded rivers with the return of sun and algae blooms , driven by rotting drowned vegetation.

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

5/4/2022
VIC recorded 12007 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1342253 cases.

VIC recorded 8 delta / omicron deathS..

5/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.07

5/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 18.6%

5/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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5/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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6/4/2022

Victorian State of Emergency has been extended for another 4 months.

VIC recorded 12150 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1354403 cases.

VIC recorded 3 delta / omicron death..

6/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.06

6/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 16.2%

6/4/2023 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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6/4/2023 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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6/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS
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6/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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QLD

Powerful Tropical Cyclone developing of FNE QLD CST in the Coral Sea.

More SEVERE flooding in SE QLD due to VDEEP Coral Sea low and origraphic effect producing massive thunder storms most afternoons , evac orders in place in riverine areas of Greater Brisbane , much of The Gold Coast ( canal areas are being flooded ) , Wide Bay and Tweed areas.

All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .
N-QLD, FNE-QLD, CAPRICORNIA CST, are currently experiencing a severe monsoon event resulting in severe flooding ,
Severe heatwave in NW QLD & CNTL QLD, temperature records are being broken daily.

BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

5/4/2022

QLD recorded 9946 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 811912 cases.

QLD recorded 8 delta / omicron deathS..

5/4/2022 QLD Reff = 1.00

5/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 25.4%

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6/4/2022

QLD recorded 8534 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 820446 cases.

QLD recorded 1 delta / omicron death..

6/4/2022 QLD Reff = 0.97

6/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 27.1%

6/4/2022 QLD DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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WA

NW FARNW :
All flooded areas on alert for RRF and JE ( from mosquitos ) , spider and snake alerts.
Mosquito , spider and snake plagues in all flooded areas and with clouds of mosquitos being blown on the wind far and wide ( high risk of RRF and JE ) .

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HUGE SURGE IN WA AS BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.
KIMBERLEY CST , 5 RIVERS CST , and PILBARA CST are being impacted by a severe monsoon resulting in severe flooding and many roads in these regions being cut , and settlements cutoff. **
Meanwhile most the state is experience a severe and record breaking heatwave.

5/4/2022

WA recorded 8145 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 212282 cases.

WA recorded 5 delta / omicron deathS.

5/4/2022 WA Reff = 0.96

5/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 13.6%

COVID-19 update 5 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 8,145 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 48,049 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 242 people with COVID-19 in hospital, six in ICU.

Today’s report also includes five historical deaths dating back to 31 March, which were reported to WA Health yesterday, this includes a man in his 50s, a woman in her 50s, two men in their 70s and a woman in her 80s.

Due to patient confidentiality, no further information will be released by the Department on these deaths.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 37,514 (6,005)
Goldfields 1,103 (259)
Great Southern 720 (132)
Kimberley 1,707 (442)
Midwest 919 (186)
Pilbara 1,540 (289)
South West 2,246 (385)
Wheatbelt 671 (141)

Notes:

This data is based on the residential postcode of each case. The case may have an isolation address in another region.
The remainder of daily cases reported (306) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 8,145 cases, 2,511 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 5,634 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 18,444 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 210,729 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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6/4/2022

WA recorded 8499 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 220781 cases.

WA recorded 5 delta / omicron deathS.

6/4/2022 WA Reff = 0.93

6/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.6%

COVID-19 update 6 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 8,499 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 46,697 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 259 people with COVID-19 in hospital, nine in ICU.

Sadly, one death, a man in his 80s was recorded to 8pm last night. Today’s report also includes four historical deaths dating back to 28th March, which were reported to WA Health yesterday. The four historical deaths include a woman in her 90s, a woman in her 80s, a man is his 80s and a female in her 50s.

Due to patient confidentiality, no further information will be released by the Department on these deaths.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 36,305 (6,491)
Goldfields 1,107 (198)
Great Southern 685 (112)
Kimberley 1,741 (364)
Midwest 891 (175)
Pilbara 1,501 (309)
South West 2,141 (388)
Wheatbelt 666 (126)

Notes:

This data is based on the residential postcode of each case. The case may have an isolation address in another region.
The remainder of daily cases reported (336) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 8,499 cases, 3,566 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 4,933 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 16,546 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 219,165 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

6/4/2022 WA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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6 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 2942 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 118 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
SA , ACT , TAS
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SA

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

5/4/2022

SA recorded 5068 new cases.
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 264465 cases.

SA recorded 4 delta/omicron death.

5/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.07

5/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 22.7%

EXTRACT 05 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA
There have been 5,068 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 35,001 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm two women in their 60s, a woman in her 70s and a woman in her 80s, who tested positive for COVID-19, have passed away.

There are 206 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 11 people in ICU, one of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 137 people are fully vaccinated, 47 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 22 have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases has been readjusted.

Total case breakdown
New cases today - 5,068
Current active cases - 35,001
Total cases - 284,451
Total deaths - 268
Variants
The latest genome sampling has found around 60% of samples taken were BA.2.

*This figure will be updated as results are received, noting results are not reported daily.

COVID testing
Yesterday, 12,846 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 3.7% decrease on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 2,916 PCR tests were positive, while 2,152 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

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6/4/2022

SA recorded 5784 new cases .
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 270249 cases.

SA recorded 2 delta/omicron deathS.

6/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.08

6/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.6%

06 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA
There have been 5,784 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 35,034 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm a woman in her 90s and a man in his 80s, who tested positive for COVID-19, have passed away.

There are 208 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 12 people in ICU, one of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 143 people are fully vaccinated, 54 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 11 have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases has been readjusted.

Total case breakdown
New cases today - 5,784
Current active cases - 35,034
Total cases - 290,824
Total deaths - 270
Variants
The latest genome sampling has found around 60% of samples taken were BA.2.

*This figure will be updated as results are received, noting results are not reported daily.

COVID testing
Yesterday, 16,915 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 31.7% increase on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 3,649 PCR tests were positive, while 2,135 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

Vaccination update
Currently 95.2% of eligible South Australians aged 12+ have received their first dose of the vaccine and 93.1% have received their second dose. Boosters have been administered to 71% of eligible South Australians and 63.6% of South Australians aged 16+.

6/4/2022 SA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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ACT

BA2 ASSERTING ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

5/4/2022

ACT recorded 918 new cases .
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 80494 cases..

ACT recorded 1 delta death.

5/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.96

5/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 17.5%

5/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT

💉 COVID-19 vaccinations
◾ Aged 5-11 years (1 dose): 80.4%
◾ Aged 5-11 years (2 doses): 56.8%
◾ Aged 5+ years (2 doses): 98.7%
◾ Aged 16+ years (3 doses): 73.6%
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https://twitter.com/ACTHealth
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6/4/2022

ACT recorded 1149 new cases.
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 81643 cases..

ACT recorded 0 delta deathS.

6/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.97

6/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 18.2%

6/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
💉 COVID-19 vaccinations
◼️ Aged 5-11 years (1 dose): 80.4%
◼️ Aged 5-11 years (2 doses): 57.7%
◼️ Aged 5+ years (2 doses): 96.3%*
◼️Aged 16+ years (3 doses): 73.8%
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6/4/2022 ACT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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TAS

BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

5/4/2022

TAS recorded 2437 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 101310 cases.

TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

5/4/2022 TAS Reff = 1.03

5/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 18.2%

5/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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ref = facebook.com/HealthTas/

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6/4/2022

TAS recorded 2408 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 103718 cases.

TAS recorded 1 DELTA / OMICRON death.

6/4/2022 TAS Reff = 1.01

6/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 15.9%

6/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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6/4/2022 TAS DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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