Life under social isolation or mandatory "stay home orders".

kingofnobbys

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Original Poster
6 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 2942 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 118 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
NT
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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.

5/4/2022

NT recorded 550 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 52404 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deathS.

5/4/2022 NT Reff = na

5/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 1.69%

NT COVID-19 update 5 April 2022 EXTRACT

REF = Coronavirus (COVID-19)

There were 550 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 4 April 2022. Of these, 508 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 445 cases recorded in the Top End region, 40 in Central Australia, 17 in East Arnhem, seven in the Big Rivers region, three in the Barkly region and 38 are under investigation.

There are currently 18 patients in hospital. There are two patients requiring oxygen and one patient in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 2,951.

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.
>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.

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.

NT COVID-19 update – CHO Direction changes

Changes are being made today to Chief Health Officer (CHO) COVID-19 Directions in the Northern Territory.

These changes are in line with the Territory’s progression to living with COVID-19, which has seen our health goals shift to managing the rate of spread and preventing serious illness.

The updates to our public health controls are also in response to the Territory’s high double-dose COVID-19 vaccination rate, which has been effective in saving lives and reducing the severity of the virus.

Vaccination remains our best defence against COVID-19 and it is important everyone stays up-to-date with their vaccinations. A third dose of the vaccine provides 88 per cent protection against hospitalisation and severe illness from COVID-19.

The CHO will continue to review and update COVID-19 Directions as required to ensure they reflect the current COVID-19 situation in the NT.

Removal of the Territory Vaccine Pass
The Territory Vaccine Pass has been removed. This means proof of vaccination is no longer required to enter certain venues such as bars, pubs, nightclubs, restaurants, casinos, cinemas and theatres.

Infrastructure to support The Territory Check In-App will remain in place.

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

People aged 16 years and over are eligible for a booster dose three months after they have received their second dose. People who have had COVID-19, can get vaccinated as soon as they have recovered.

All children aged 5-11 years should get the vaccine to protect themselves and the community from COVID-19. Children need two doses of the vaccine, eight weeks apart.

The COVID-19 vaccine is available at NT Health Vaccination Centres, participating GP clinics, respiratory clinics and Aboriginal health clinics. Book online or call the COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 490 484.

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
>Face masks must be worn in high-risk settings
>Wear a mask when physical distancing cannot be applied

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6/4/2022

NT recorded 513 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 52917 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deaths.

6/4/2022 NT Reff = 0.97

6/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 4.8%

06 April 2022 NT COVID-19 update

There were 513 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 5 April 2022. Of these, 456 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 390 cases recorded in the Top End region, 46 in Central Australia, 11 in East Arnhem, 8 in the Big Rivers region, 4 in the Barkly region and 53 are under investigation.

There are currently 20 patients in hospital. There are 3 patients requiring oxygen and no patients in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 2,922.

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.



6/4/2022 NT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

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

NZ recorded 14135 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 706597 cases.
==> 695026 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

5/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 4.0%

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

NZ recorded 23 delta / omicron deathS.

5/4/2022 BRIEFING
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6/4/2022

NZ recorded 12592 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 719189 cases.
==> 707618 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

6/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 3.8%

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

NZ recorded 15 delta / omicron deathS.

6/4/2022 NZ DATA
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
8 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 296 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 120 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VERY BRIEF SUMMARY NEW CASES & DEATHS OVERNIGHT
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7/4/2022
AUS + 63502 new cases ==> 4835237 and today's COVID DEATHS = 33 +

NSW + 22255 new cases ==> 1889733 cases , 16 DEAD , + #
VIC + 12314 new cases==> 1366717 cases , 4 DEAD , +
QLD + 10984 new cases ==> 831430 cases , 7 DEAD + #
WA + 7886 (local) new cases ==> 228667 cases , 3 DEAD , + #
SA + 6091 new cases ==> 276340 cases , 3 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 1094 new cases ==> 82737 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 2365 new cases ==> 106083 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 513 new cases ==> 53430 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 11652 (LOCAL) cases ==> 730841 cases , 16 DEAD.

8/4/2022
AUS + 58679 new cases ==> 4893816 and today's COVID DEATHS = 30 +

NSW + 20396 new cases ==> 1910129 cases , 8 DEAD , + #
VIC + 11912 new cases==> 1378629 cases , 4 DEAD , +
QLD + 10094 new cases ==> 841522 cases , 9 DEAD + #
WA + 6892 (local) new cases ==> 235559 cases , 2 DEAD , + #
SA + 5666 new cases ==> 282006 cases , 6 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 1200 new cases ==> 83937 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 1885 new cases ==> 107968 cases , 1 DEAD , +
NT + 536 new cases ==> 53966 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 9920 (LOCAL) cases ==> 740751 cases , 10 DEAD.

8/4/2022 NATIONAL DAILY POSTIVE PCR AND RAT SNAPSHOT
NA

8/4/2022 OVERVIEW
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Hybride XD strain & Xi strains have been detected in Sydney and Brisbane this week.

PCR POSITIVITY
POSITIVITYpcr = PCR+% = PCR+/PCR
7/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 17.1%
8/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 19.6%

EFFECTIVE POSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Trying to assess the true scale of Delta & Omicron spread in AU and the states
POSITIVITYeff = CASES /((RAT+)+(PCR))
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8/4/2022
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VAXX ROLLOUT.
2nd boosters for front line health workers , +65yos , indigenious +50yos , immunocompromised , and those with comorbs has started , the expert advise is to get both the Flu Shop + the 2nd mRNA BOOSTER at 16 weeks out from BOOSTER no1.
Pfizer & Moderna BOOSTERS appoved for +16yos.

NATIONAL DAILY HOSPITALISATION SNAPSHOT
7/4/2022
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8/4/2022
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NATIONAL DAILY HOSPITALIZATION RUNCHARTS
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STATE DAILY HOSPITALIZATOON RUNCHARTS
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DAILY NATIONAL DELTA & OMICRON DEATHS
7/4/2022

NSW = +16 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2403
VIC = + 4 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1954
QLD = +7 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1498
WA = +3 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 52
SA = + 3 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 261
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 41
TAS ==> 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 = + 33 ==> 6320 total since mid June 2021.

8/4/2022

NSW = + 8 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2411
VIC = + 4 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1958
QLD = + 9 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1507
WA = + 2 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 54
SA = + 6 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 267
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 41
TAS = +1 ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 18
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 30 ==> 6350 total since mid June 2021.
 
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
8 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 296 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 120 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
NSW
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7/4/2022 NSW UPDATE

NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of 16 people; 11 men and five women.

Two people were aged in their 50s,
four people were aged in their 70s,
five 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,
six people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
six people had received two doses
and two people were unvaccinated.

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

Three people were from Sydney's south west,
four people were from Western Sydney,
two people were from Sydney's Inner West,
one person was from Sydney's south,
one person was from Queanbeyan,
one person was from the Hilltops region,
one person was from Newcastle,
one person was from the Central Coast,
one person was from Wollongong
and one person was from Wagga Wagga.

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 2,505.

There are currently 1,437 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 48 people in intensive care, 15 of whom require ventilation.

There were 22,255 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 12,569 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 9,686 positive PCR tests. The 9,686 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 56,540 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, 17 COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 768,985 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 74 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 997 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 1,191,870.

7/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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7/4/2022 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.
7/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.97

7/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 17.1%

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8/4/2022 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 Wednesday 6 April 2022.
Of children aged 12 to 15, 83.3 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, 49.7 per cent have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 29.7 per cent have received two doses.
Of people aged 16 plus, 60.9 per cent have now received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This represents 64.8 per cent of the eligible population that received their second dose more than three months ago.

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

Two 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.

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

Two people were from Western Sydney,
two people were from Wollongong,
one person was from southern Sydney,
one person was from Maitland,
one person was from Newcastle,
and one person was from Coffs Harbour.

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 2,513.

There are currently 1,435 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 44 people in intensive care, 13 of whom require ventilation.

There were 20,396 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 11,312 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 9,084 positive PCR tests. The 9,084 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 52,076 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, 15 COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 779,351 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 38 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 931 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 1,201,847.

NSW Health continues to urge everyone to take four simple precautions to protect each other:
>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-19 symptoms,
>clean your hands regularly.

8/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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8/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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8/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.97

8/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 17.4%

8/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES
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8/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES with LOGCURVES
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8/4/2022 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
8 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 296 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 120 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VIC , QLD , WA
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VIC

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

7/4/2022
VIC recorded 12314 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1366717 cases.

VIC recorded 4 delta / omicron deathS..

7/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.05

7/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 18.2%

7/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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7/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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8/4/2022

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

VIC recorded 11912 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1378629 cases.

VIC recorded 9 delta / omicron death..

8/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.06

8/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 16.5%

8/4/2023 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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8/4/2023 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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8/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS
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QLD

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

7/4/2022

QLD recorded 10984 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 831430 cases.

QLD recorded 7 delta / omicron deathS..

7/4/2022 QLD Reff = 1.02

7/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 31.1%

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8/4/2022

QLD recorded 10092 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 841522 cases.

QLD recorded 9 delta / omicron death..

8/4/2022 QLD Reff = 1.01

8/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 33.0%

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WA

HUGE SURGE IN WA AS BA2 ASSERTS ITSELF LARGELY IN SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNI AND OFFICE SETTINGS.

7/4/2022

WA recorded 7886 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 228667 cases.

WA recorded 3 delta / omicron deathS.

7/4/2022 WA Reff = 0.92

7/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 20.6%

COVID-19 update 7 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 7,998 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 45,766 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 256 people with COVID-19 in hospital, eight in ICU.

Today’s report includes three historical deaths from 5th of April, which were reported to WA Health yesterday. The three historical deaths include a man his 50s, and two 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 35,308 (6,027)
Goldfields 1,138 (241)
Great Southern 686 (123)
Kimberley 1,817 (345)
Midwest 912 (179)
Pilbara 1,476 (270)
South West 2,125 (392)
Wheatbelt 681 (124)

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 (297) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 7,998 cases, 3,255 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 4,743 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 15,773 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 227,121 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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8/4/2022

WA recorded 6892 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 220781 cases.

WA recorded 2 delta / omicron deathS.

8/4/2022 WA Reff = 0.90

8/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 18.8%

COVID-19 update 8 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 6,892 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 46,022 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 243 people with COVID-19 in hospital, six in ICU.

Today’s report includes two historical deaths dating back to 4th of April, which were reported to WA Health yesterday. The two historical deaths are two women in their 80s.

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

Please note – the WA total of 235,084 cases includes 1110 RAT cases not previously reported to WA Health’s system, which date as far back as 11 March 2022.

This relates to an online portal which Catholic Education WA (CEWA) uses to assist in contact tracing with its schools. A misunderstanding from some people using the on-line portal, not also reporting positive RAT results to WA Health. Cases and contacts involved followed the Public Health advice.

There was no public health impact as a result of this data matter.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 34,490 (5,133)
Goldfields 1,180 (214)
Great Southern 685 (120)
Kimberley 1,904 (353)
Midwest 910 (148)
Pilbara 1,433 (207)
South West 2,097 (337)
Wheatbelt 693 (132)

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 (248) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 6,892 cases, 2,631 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 4,261 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 13,998 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 235,084 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

8/4/2022 WA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
8 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 296 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 120 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
SA , ACT , TAS , NT
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SA

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

7/4/2022

SA recorded 6091 new cases.
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 276340 cases.

SA recorded 3 delta/omicron death.

7/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.08

7/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 25.7%

EXTRACT 7 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA
There have been 6,091 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 35,984 active cases in South Australia.

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

There are 210 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 12 people in ICU, two of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 139 people are fully vaccinated, 53 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 18 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 - 6,091
Current active cases - 35,984
Total cases - 297,732
Total deaths - 273
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, 17,672 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 4.5% increase on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 4,047 PCR tests were positive, while 2,044 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

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8/4/2022

SA recorded 5666 new cases .
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 282006 cases.

SA recorded 6 delta/omicron deathS.

8/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.01

8/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.3%

8 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA
There have been 5,666 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 37,053 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm a woman in her 80s, a woman in her 90, two men in their 60s, a man in his 70s, and a man in his 80s, who tested positive for COVID-19, have passed away.

There are 202 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 11 people in ICU, one of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 139 people are fully vaccinated, 53 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 10 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 - 5,666
Current active cases - 37,053
Total cases - 304,102
Total deaths - 279
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, 17,955 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 1.6% increase on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 3,820 PCR tests were positive, while 1,846 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 71.1% of eligible South Australians and 63.9% of South Australians aged 16+.

8/4/2022 SA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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ACT

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

7/4/2022

ACT recorded 1094 new cases .
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 82737 cases..

ACT recorded 1 delta death.

7/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.97

7/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 16.4%

7/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
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8/4/2022

ACT recorded 1200 new cases.
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 83937 cases..

ACT recorded 0 delta deathS.

8/4/2022 ACT Reff = 0.97

8/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 20.8%

8/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
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8/4/2022 ACT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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TAS

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

7/4/2022

TAS recorded 2365 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 106083 cases.

TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

7/4/2022 TAS Reff = 1.00

7/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 22.9%

7/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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8/4/2022

TAS recorded 1885 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 107968 cases.

TAS recorded 1 DELTA / OMICRON death.

8/4/2022 TAS Reff = 0.93

8/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 16.2%

8/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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8/4/2022 TAS DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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NT

7/4/2022

NT recorded 513 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 53430 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deathS.

7/4/2022 NT Reff = 1.06

7/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 5.2%

NT COVID-19 update 7 April 2022 EXTRACT
There were 513 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 6 April 2022. Of these, 468 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 364 cases recorded in the Top End region, 41 in Central Australia, 16 in East Arnhem, 11 in the Big Rivers region, 6 in the Barkly region and 75 are under investigation.

There are currently 24 patients in hospital. There are 5 patients requiring oxygen and one patient in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 2,921.


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8/4/2022

NT recorded 536 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 53966 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deaths.

8/4/2022 NT Reff = 1.07

8/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 9.3%

8 April 2022 NT COVID-19 update
There were 536 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 7 April 2022. Of these, 445 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 428 cases recorded in the Top End region, 25 in Central Australia, 16 in East Arnhem, 5 in the Big Rivers region, 2 in the Barkly region and 60 are under investigation.

There are currently 28 patients in hospital. There are 7 patients requiring oxygen and one patient in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 3,013.

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.
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.

You can have your booster, 3 months after your 2nd dose. If you have had COVID-19, you can get vaccinated as soon as you have recovered.

Protect your children against COVID-19 by getting them vaccinated. All children aged 5 years and over should get the COVID-19 vaccine.

The COVID-19 vaccine is available at NT Health Vaccination Centres, participating GP clinics, respiratory clinics and Aboriginal health clinics.

Book online or call the COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 490 484.

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.

8/4/2022 NT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
8 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 296 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 120
NZ
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7/4/2022

NZ recorded 11652 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 730841 cases.
==> 719270 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

7/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 17.1%

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

NZ recorded 16 delta / omicron deathS.

7/4/2022 BRIEFING
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8/4/2022

NZ recorded 9920 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 740751 cases.
==> 729190 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,

8/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 8.0%

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

NZ recorded 10 delta / omicron deathS.

8/4/2022 NZ DATA
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
10 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 298 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 122 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VERY BRIEF SUMMARY NEW CASES & DEATHS OVERNIGHT
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9/4/2022
AUS + 50470 new cases ==> 4944286 and today's COVID DEATHS = 24 +

NSW + 17597 new cases ==> 1927726 cases , 10 DEAD , + #
VIC + 9610 new cases==> 1388239 cases , 7 DEAD , +
QLD + 8687 new cases ==> 850209 cases , 2 DEAD + #
WA + 6566 (local) new cases ==> 242125 cases , 3 DEAD , + #
SA + 4777 new cases ==> 286783 cases , 1 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 959 new cases ==> 84896 cases , 1 DEAD .+
TAS + 1803 new cases ==> 109771 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 471 new cases ==> 54437 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 8537 (LOCAL) cases ==> 749298 cases , 11 DEAD.

10/4/2022
AUS + 44523 new cases ==> 4988809 and today's COVID DEATHS = 14 +

NSW + 15683 new cases ==> 1943409 cases , 8 DEAD , + #
VIC + 9510 new cases==> 1397749 cases , 1 DEAD , +
QLD + 7154 new cases ==> 857363 cases , 1 DEAD + #
WA + 5351 (local) new cases ==> 247476 cases , 2 DEAD , + #
SA + 4222 new cases ==> 291005 cases , 1 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 795 new cases ==> 85691 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 1414 new cases ==> 111185 cases , 1 DEAD , +
NT + 394 new cases ==> 54831 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 6722 (LOCAL) cases ==> 756020 cases , 12 DEAD.

10/4/2022 NATIONAL DAILY POSTIVE PCR AND RAT SNAPSHOT
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10/4/2022 OVERVIEW
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PCR POSITIVITY
POSITIVITYpcr = PCR+% = PCR+/PCR
9/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 19.6%
10/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 21.9%

EFFECTIVE POSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Trying to assess the true scale of Delta & Omicron spread in AU and the states
POSITIVITYeff = CASES /((RAT+)+(PCR))
9/4/2022
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10/4/2022
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NATIONAL VAXX & BOOSTER ROLLOUT UPDATE
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NATIONAL DAILY HOSPITALISATION SNAPSHOT
9/4/2022
NDA
10/4/2022
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DAILY NATIONAL DELTA & OMICRON DEATHS
9/4/2022

NSW = + 10 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2421
VIC = + 7 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1965
QLD = + 2 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1509
WA = + 3 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 57
SA = + 1 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 268
ACT = + 1 ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 42
TAS ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 18
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 24 ==> 6374 total since mid June 2021.

10/4/2022

NSW = + 8 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2429
VIC = + 1 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1966
QLD = + 1 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1510
WA = + 2 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 59
SA = + 1 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 269
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 42
TAS = + 1 ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 19
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 14 ==> 6388 total since mid June 2021.
 

kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
10 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 298 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 122 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
NSW
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9/4/2022 NSW UPDATE EXTRACT
NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of 10 people with COVID-19; six men and four women.

One person was aged in their 30s,
two people were aged in their 60s,
three people were aged in their 80s,
and four 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 seven people who died over the age of 65,
four people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
and three people had received two doses.

The person in their 30s who died had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and was not known to have any underlying health conditions.
One person under 65 years of age who died had received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and had significant underlying health conditions.

Four people were from Sydney's south west,
two people were from Sydney's Inner West,
one person was from the Northern Rivers,
one person was from Western Sydney,
one person was from the Central West,
and one person was from the Macarthur region.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,523.

There are currently 1,437 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 47 people in intensive care, 18 of whom require ventilation.

There were 17,597 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 10,090 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 7,507 positive PCR tests. The 7,507 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 44,333 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, 19 COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 788,695 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 64 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 727 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 1,210,017.

NSW Health continues to urge everyone to take four simple precautions to protect each other:
>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-19 symptoms, and
>clean your hands regularly.

9/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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9/4/2022 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.

9/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.94

9/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 22.8%

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10/4/2022 NSW UPDATE EXTRACT
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 Friday 8 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, 49.7 per cent have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 30.5 per cent have received two doses.
Of people aged 16 plus, 61.1 per cent have now received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This represents 65.1 per cent of the eligible population that received their second dose more than three months ago.

NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of eight people with COVID-19; five men and three women.

One person was aged in their 50s,
one person was aged in their 60s,
three people were aged in their 70s,
two 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.

Of the six people who died over the age of 65,
four people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
one person had received two doses,
and one person was not vaccinated.

Of the two people who died under the age of 65, the person in their 50s was not vaccinated and was not known to have any significant underlying health conditions. The person in their 60s had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and had significant underlying health conditions.

Three people were from Western Sydney,
two people were from northern Sydney,
one person was from the Blue Mountains,
one person was from Sydney’s inner city,
and one person was from the South Coast.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,531.

There are currently 1,492 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 56 people in intensive care, 20 of whom require ventilation.

There were 15,683 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 8,391 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 7,292 positive PCR tests. The 7,292 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 43,301 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, nine COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 796,271 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 807 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 1,218,092.

10/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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10/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY AGE GRP
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10/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.94

10/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 16.8%

10/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES
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10/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES with LOGCURVES
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10/4/2022 CASES BY LHD & REGIONS

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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Sydney Royal Easter Show open with full capacity <== very likely to see a significant surge in cases as a result.
Sydney Airport has literally been overwhelmed with international travellers ( going and arriving ) and domestic holiday makers and travellers <== you'd think The Pandemic was done and dusted .
 

kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
10 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 298 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 122 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VIC , QLD , WA , SA
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VIC

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

9/4/2022
VIC recorded 9610 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1388239 cases.

VIC recorded 7 delta / omicron deathS..

9/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.05

9/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 16.9%

9/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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9/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
NDA

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10/4/2022

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

VIC recorded 9510 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1397749 cases.

VIC recorded 9 delta / omicron death..

10/4/2022 VIC Reff = 1.05

10/4/2022 VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 19.6%

10/4/2023 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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10/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
NDA

10/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS
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10/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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QLD

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

9/4/2022

QLD recorded 8687 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 850209 cases.

QLD recorded 2 delta / omicron deathS..

9/4/2022 QLD Reff = 1.00

9/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 30.6%

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10/4/2022

QLD recorded 7154 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 857363 cases.

QLD recorded 1 delta / omicron death..

10/4/2022 QLD Reff = 1.02

10/4/2022 QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 34.1%

10/4/2022 QLD DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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WA

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

9/4/2022

WA recorded 6566 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 242125 cases.

WA recorded 3 delta / omicron deathS.

9/4/2022 WA Reff = 0.89

9/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 22.4%

COVID-19 update 9 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 6,566 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 44,819 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 236 people with COVID-19 in hospital, eight in ICU.

Today’s report includes three historical deaths dating back to 2nd of April, which were reported to WA Health yesterday. The three historical deaths are three men in their 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 33,439 (4,924)
Goldfields 1,231 (200)
Great Southern 645 (68)
Kimberley 1,878 (284)
Midwest 947 (161)
Pilbara 1,371 (196)
South West 2,070 (354)
Wheatbelt 734 (139)

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 (240) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 6,566 cases, 2,563 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 4,003 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 11,457 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 241,459 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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10/4/2022

WA recorded 5351 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 247476 cases.

WA recorded 2 delta / omicron deathS.

10/4/2022 WA Reff = 0.89

10/4/2022 WA PCR POSITIVITY = 23.8%

COVID-19 update 10 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 5,351 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 43,991 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 234 people with COVID-19 in hospital, 10 in ICU.

Today’s report includes two historical deaths dating back to 4 April, which were reported to WA Health yesterday. The two historical deaths are a woman in her 90s and a man in his 60s.

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 32,760 (4,146)
Goldfields 1,246 (151)
Great Southern 618 (74)
Kimberley 1,840 (172)
Midwest 935 (97)
Pilbara 1,336 (148)
South West 2,076 (282)
Wheatbelt 740 (97)

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 (184) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 5,351 cases, 2,044 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 3,307 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 8,600 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 246,776 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

10/4/2022 WA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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SA

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

9/4/2022

SA recorded 4777 new cases.
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 286783 cases.

SA recorded 1 delta/omicron death.

9/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.06

9/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 21.3%

9 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA EXTRACT
There have been 4,777 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 37,618 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm a woman in her 90s who tested positive for COVID-19 has passed away.

There are 201 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 13 people in ICU, one of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 140 people are vaccinated with two or more doses, 50 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 - 4,777
Current active cases - 37,618
Total cases - 309,603
Total deaths - 280

COVID testing
Yesterday, 14,449 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 19.5% decrease on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 3,084 PCR tests were positive, while 1,693 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

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10/4/2022

SA recorded 4222 new cases .
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 291005 cases.

SA recorded 1 delta/omicron deathS.

10/4/2022 SA Reff = 1.06

10/4/2022 SA PCR POSITIVITY = 22.1%

10 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA EXTRACT
here have been 4,222 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 38,033 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm a woman in her 90s, who tested positive for COVID-19, has passed away.

There are 222 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 11 people in ICU, two of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 157 people are fully vaccinated, 61 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and four 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 - 4,222
Current active cases - 38,033
Total cases - 314,508
Total deaths - 281
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, 12,534 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 13.6% decrease on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 2,767 PCR tests were positive, while 1,455 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

10/4/2022 SA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
10 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 298 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 122 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
ACT , TAS , NT , NZ
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ACT

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

9/4/2022

ACT recorded 959 new cases .
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 82737 cases..

ACT recorded 1 delta death.

9/4/2022 ACT Reff = 1.04

9/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 18.0%

9/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
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10/4/2022

ACT recorded 795 new cases.
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 85691 cases..

ACT recorded 0 delta deathS.

10/4/2022 ACT Reff = 1.05

10/4/2022 ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 23.3%

10/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
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10/4/2022 ACT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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TAS

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

9/4/2022

TAS recorded 1803 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 109771 cases.

TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

9/4/2022 TAS Reff = 0.97

9/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 18.9%

9/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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10/4/2022

TAS recorded 1414 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 111185 cases.

TAS recorded 1 DELTA / OMICRON death.

10/4/2022 TAS Reff = 0.96

10/4/2022 TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 16.2%

10/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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10/4/2022 TAS DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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NT

9/4/2022

NT recorded 471 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 54437 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deathS.

9/4/2022 NT Reff = 1.04

9/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 6.8%

NT COVID-19 update 9 April 2022 EXTRACT
There were 471 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 8 April 2022. Of these, 406 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 348 cases recorded in the Top End region, 33 in Central Australia, 17 in East Arnhem, 5 in the Big Rivers region, 3 in the Barkly region and 65 are under investigation.

There are currently 24 patients in hospital. There are 8 patients requiring oxygen; there are no patients in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 3,103.

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10/4/2022

NT recorded 394 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 54831 cases.

NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deaths.

10/4/2022 NT Reff = 1.06

10/4/2022 NT PCR POSITIVITY = 14.0%

10 April 2022 NT COVID-19 update
There were 394 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 9 April 2022. Of these, 320 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 295 cases recorded in the Top End region, 26 in Central Australia, 10 in East Arnhem, nine in the Big Rivers region, three in the Barkly region and 51 are under investigation.

There are currently 33 patients in hospital. There are six patients requiring oxygen and one patient in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 3,199.

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.
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.

You can have your booster, three months after your second dose. If you have had COVID-19, you can get vaccinated as soon as you have recovered.

Protect your children against COVID-19 by getting them vaccinated. All children aged five years and over should get the COVID-19 vaccine.

The COVID-19 vaccine is available at NT Health Vaccination Centres, participating GP clinics, respiratory clinics and Aboriginal health clinics.

Book online or call the COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 490 484.

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.

10/4/2022 NT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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NZ
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9/4/2022

NZ recorded 8537 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 747298 cases.
==> 737727 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,
29 INFECTED repats from o/seas IN LAST 24hr.
NZ recorded 11 delta / omicron deathS.

9/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 9.5%

9/4/2022 BRIEFING
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10/4/2022

NZ recorded 6722 LOCAL cases IN LAST 24hr,
NZ local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 756020 cases.
==> 744449 cases since start of Omicron Outbreak.
N/A mystery cases ,
33 INFECTED repats from o/seas IN LAST 24hr.
NZ recorded 12 delta / omicron deathS.

10/4/2022 NZ PCR POSITIVITY = 9.3%

10/4/2022 NZ DATA
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
12 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 300 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 124 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VERY BRIEF SUMMARY NEW CASES & DEATHS OVERNIGHT
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11/4/2022
AUS + 41806 new cases ==> 5030675 and today's COVID DEATHS = 5 +

NSW + 13468 new cases ==> 1956877 cases , 3 DEAD , + #
VIC + 9597 new cases==> 1407346 cases ,17 DEAD , +
QLD + 6667 new cases ==> 86407346 cases , 0 DEAD + #
WA + 4993 (local) new cases ==> 252469 cases , 0 DEAD , + #
SA + 4281 new cases ==> 295286 cases , 0 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 775 new cases ==> 86466 cases , 1 DEAD .+
TAS + 1650 new cases ==> 112835 cases , 0 DEAD , +
NT + 375 new cases ==> 55206 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 7595 (LOCAL) cases ==> 763615 cases , 11 DEAD.

12/4/2022
AUS + 47744 new cases ==> 50783599 and today's COVID DEATHS = 40 +

NSW + 15334 new cases ==> 1972211 cases , 11 DEAD , + #
VIC + 10293 new cases==> 1417639 cases , 12 DEAD , +
QLD + 7882 new cases ==> 871912 cases , 6 DEAD + #
WA + 6349 (local) new cases ==> 253618 cases , 3 DEAD , + #
SA + 4401 new cases ==> 299687 cases , 6 DEAD ,, +
ACT + 923 new cases ==> 87389 cases , 0 DEAD .+
TAS + 2050 new cases ==> 114885 cases , 2 DEAD , +
NT + 512 new cases ==> 55718 cases, 0 DEAD . + #

NZ + 11079 (LOCAL) cases ==> 774634 cases , 16 DEAD.

11/4/2022 NATIONAL DAILY POSTIVE PCR AND RAT SNAPSHOT
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No run chart for 12/4/2022

12/4/2022 OVERVIEW
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PCR POSITIVITY
POSITIVITYpcr = PCR+% = PCR+/PCR
11/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 19.5%
12/4/2022 NATIONAL PCR POSITIVITY = 17.7%

EFFECTIVE POSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Trying to assess the true scale of Delta & Omicron spread in AU and the states
POSITIVITYeff = CASES /((RAT+)+(PCR))
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12/4/2022
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NATIONAL DAILY HOSPITALISATION SNAPSHOT
11/4/2022
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12/4/2022
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DAILY NATIONAL DELTA & OMICRON DEATHS
11/4/2022
NSW = + 3 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2432
VIC = + 1 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1967
QLD ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1510
WA ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 59
SA ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 269
ACT = + 1 ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 43
TAS ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 19
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 5 ==> 6393 total since mid June 2021.

12/4/2022
NSW = + 11 ==> NSW total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 2443
VIC = + 12 ==> VIC total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1979
QLD = +6 ==> QLD total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 1516
WA = + 3 ==> WA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 62
SA = + 6 ==> SA total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 275
ACT ==> ACT total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 43
TAS = + 2 ==> TAS total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE = 21
NT ==> total in this DELTA - OMICRON WAVE ( and for entire pandemic ) = 43
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Australia = + 40 ==> 6433 total since mid June 2021.
 
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
12 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 300 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 124 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
NSW
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11/4/2022 NSW UPDATE EXTRACT
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 9 April 2022.
Of children aged 12 to 15, 83.3 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, 49.7 per cent have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 30.7 per cent have received two doses.
Of people aged 16 plus, 61.2 per cent have now received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This represents 65.1 per cent of the eligible population that received their second dose more than three months ago.

NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of three people with COVID-19; two women and one man.

Two people were aged in their 70s, 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.

Two people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, and one person had received two doses.

One person was from Western Sydney, one person was from Taree, and one person was from Queanbeyan.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,534.

There are currently 1,568 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 62 people in intensive care, 22 of whom require ventilation.

There were 13,468 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 7,860 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 5,608 positive PCR tests. The 5,608 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 32,278 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, 13 COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 803,604 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 46 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 516 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 1,224,170.

11/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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11/4/2022 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.

11/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.92

11/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 17.4%

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12/4/2022 NSW UPDATE EXTRACT
NSW Health is today reporting the deaths of 11 people with COVID-19; nine women and two men.

Two people were aged in their 60s,
five people were aged in their 80s
and four 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 10 people who died over the age of 65,
six people had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine,
three people had received two doses,
and one person was not vaccinated.

The person under 65 years of age who died was not vaccinated and had significant underlying health conditions.

Four people were from Sydney's south,
three people were from Western Sydney,
one person was from Sydney's east,
one person was from south western Sydney,
one person was from northern Sydney,
and one person was from the Central Coast.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in NSW since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,545.

There are currently 1,584 COVID-19 cases admitted to hospital, including 70 people in intensive care, 24 of whom require ventilation.

There were 15,334 positive test results notified in the 24 hours to 4pm yesterday – including 9,915 positive rapid antigen tests (RATs) and 5,419 positive PCR tests. The 5,419 positive PCR results were returned from a total of 31,773 PCR tests.

Following further investigation, 28 COVID-19 cases reported by RAT have been excluded. There has now been a total of 812,972 positive RATs recorded since reporting began on 13 January 2022.

Following further investigation, 85 COVID-19 cases detected by PCR tests have been excluded and 520 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 1,230,024.

NSW Health continues to urge everyone to take four simple precautions to protect each other:
>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-19 symptoms, and
>clean your hands regularly.

12/4/2022 NSW BREAKDOWN BY LHD
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12/4/2022 NSW COVID HEATMAP OF ACTIVE CASES
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12/4/2022 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.

12/4/2022 NSW Reff = 0.93

12/4/2022 NSW PCR POSITIVITY = 17.1%

12/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES
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12/4/2022 NSW DAILY CASES with LOGCURVES
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12/4/2022 CASES BY LHD & REGIONS

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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RELEASED CURRENT MODELING USING SIR MODEL OF NSW'S BA2 OUTLOOK , BASIS Reff = 0.77
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Comments, the model is overly optimistic and based on a Reff = 0.77 which is considerably lower than the current ACTUAL Reff.
 
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kingofnobbys

BD.org Sicko
Original Poster
12 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 300 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 124 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
VIC , QLD , WA , SA
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VIC

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

11/4/2022

VIC recorded 9597 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1407346 cases.
VIC recorded 1 delta / omicron death..

VIC Reff = 0.94
VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 20.5%

11/4/2022 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
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11/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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12/4/2022

VIC recorded 10293 new cases.
VIC local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 1417639 cases.
VIC recorded 12 delta / omicron deathS..

VIC Reff = 0.98
VIC PCR POSITIVITY = 15.8%

12/4/2023 BREAKDOWN BY VICTORIAN LGA
ND

12/4/2022 BREAKDOWN - VICTORIA BY AGE GRP
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12/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS
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12/4/2022 VIC DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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QLD

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

11/4/2022

QLD recorded 6667 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 864030 cases.
QLD recorded 0 delta / omicron deathS..

QLD Reff = 0.94

QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 29.7%

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12/4/2022

QLD recorded 7882 new cases.
QLD local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 871912 cases.
QLD recorded 6 delta / omicron death..

QLD Reff = 1.04
QLD PCR POSITIVITY = 42.6% << YES THIS IS CORRECT BASES ON STATE PUBLISHED DATA >>

12/4/2022 QLD DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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WA

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

11/4/2022

WA recorded 4993 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 252469 cases.
WA recorded 0 delta / omicron deathS.

WA Reff = 0.90
WA PCR POSITIVITY = 19.8%

COVID-19 update 11 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 4,993 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 42,470 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 240 people with COVID-19 in hospital, eight in ICU.

Total case breakdown:

Region Active (new to 8pm last night)
Metropolitan 31,633 (3,849)
Goldfields 1,196 (139)
Great Southern 607 (86)
Kimberley 1,706 (156)
Midwest 895 (95)
Pilbara 1,266 (111)
South West 2,059 (284)
Wheatbelt 714 (73)

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 (200) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 4,993 cases, 1,632 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 3,361 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 8,254 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 251,701 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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12/4/2022

WA recorded 6349 new cases.
WA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE is now 258618 cases.
WA recorded 3 delta / omicron deathS.

WA Reff = 1.04
WA PCR POSITIVITY = 14.1%

COVID-19 update 12 April 2022 EXTRACT
WA Health is reporting a total of 6,349 new cases to 8pm last night. There are currently 40,169 active cases in Western Australia.

To 8pm last night, there were 236 people with COVID-19 in hospital, seven in ICU.

Today’s report includes three historical deaths dating back to 6th of April, which were reported to WA Health yesterday. The three historical deaths are a woman in her 80s, a woman in her 60s, and a man in his 30s.

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 29,834 (4,782)
Goldfields 1,170 (205)
Great Southern 573 (97)
Kimberley 1,575 (262)
Midwest 832 (129)
Pilbara 1,156 (189)
South West 2,066 (366)
Wheatbelt 687 (101)

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 (218) are yet to have a region assigned. Data will continue to be reconfigured as this information is verified.
Of the 6,349 cases, 1,989 were confirmed via PCR test, the remaining 4,360 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.

A total 14,079 PCR tests were conducted at either state-run or private pathology clinics yesterday.

WA has recorded 257,997 cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

12/4/2022 WA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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SA

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

11/4/2022

SA recorded 4281 new cases.
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 295286 cases.
SA recorded 0 delta/omicron deathS.

SA Reff = 1.06
SA PCR POSITIVITY = 22.7%

11 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA EXTRACT
There have been 4,281 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 38,031 active cases in South Australia.

There are 236 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 13 people in ICU, two of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 169 people are fully vaccinated, 56 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 - 4,281
Current active cases - 38,031
Total cases - 320,753
Total deaths - 281
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, 11,669 people received a PCR test in South Australia, which is a 6.9% decrease on the previous 24 hours. Of the test results returned yesterday, 2,651 PCR tests were positive, while 1,630 positive Rapid Antigen Test results were reported.

Vaccination update
Currently 95.3% 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 71.2% of eligible South Australians and 64.2% of South Australians aged 16+.

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12/4/2022

SA recorded 4401 new cases .
SA local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 299687 cases.
SA recorded 6 delta/omicron deathS.

SA Reff = NA
SA PCR POSITIVITY = 20.1%

12 April 2022 COVID Cases in SA EXTRACT
There have been 4,401 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. There are currently 36,521 active cases in South Australia.

Sadly, SA Health can confirm a woman in her 50s, a woman in her 60s, a woman in her 90s, a man in his 60s, and two men in their 80s, who tested positive for COVID-19, have passed away.

There are 232 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 12 people in ICU, two of those ventilated. Of those hospitalised, 159 people are fully vaccinated, 64 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 - 4,401
Current active cases - 36,521
Total cases - 326,028
Total deaths - 287

12/4/2022 SA DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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ACT

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

11/4/2022

ACT recorded 775 new cases .
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 86466 cases..
ACT recorded 1 delta death.

ACT Reff = 1.07
ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 20.0%

11/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
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12/4/2022

ACT recorded 923 new cases.
ACT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 87389 cases..
ACT recorded 0 delta deathS.

ACT Reff = 1.04
ACT PCR POSITIVITY = 16.2%

12/4/2022 ACT UPDATE EXTRACT
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12/4/2022 ACT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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12 APR 2022 = DELTA WAVE Day 300 & BA1/BA2 TSUSAMI Day 124 & BA2 TSUSAMI (April 2022)
TAS , NT
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TAS

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

11/4/2022

TAS recorded 1650 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 112835 cases.
TAS recorded 0 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

TAS Reff = 0.96
TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 19.8%

11/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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12/4/2022

TAS recorded 2050 new cases.
TAS local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 114885 cases.
TAS recorded 2 DELTA / OMICRON deathS.

TAS Reff = 0.95
TAS PCR POSITIVITY = 19.0%

12/4/2022 TAS UPDATE
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12/4/2022 TAS DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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NT

11/4/2022

NT recorded 375 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 55206 cases.
NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deathS.

NT Reff = 1.09
NT PCR POSITIVITY = 7.9%

NT COVID-19 update 11 April 2022 EXTRACT
There were 375 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the NT in the 24 hours to 8pm on 10 April 2022. Of these, 330 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 275 cases recorded in the Top End region, 33 in Central Australia, 13 in East Arnhem, 7 in the Big Rivers region, 4 in the Barkly region and 43 are under investigation.

There are currently 31 patients in hospital. There are 5 patients requiring oxygen and one patient in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 3,214.

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.

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.

You can have your booster, 3 months after your 2nd dose. If you have had COVID-19, you can get vaccinated as soon as you have recovered.

Protect your children against COVID-19 by getting them vaccinated. All children aged 5 years and over should get the COVID-19 vaccine.

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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12/4/2022

NT recorded 512 new cases.
NT local total for DELTA - OMICRON WAVE now 55718 cases.
NT recorded 0 Delta / Omicron deaths.

NT Reff = 1.05
NT PCR POSITIVITY = 5.3%

12 April 2022 NT COVID-19 update
There were 512 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the Northern Territory (NT) in the 24 hours to 8pm on 11 April 2022. Of these, 466 were positive cases from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT).

There were 375 cases recorded in the Top End region, 41 in Central Australia, 20 in East Arnhem, 17 in the Big Rivers region, 10 in the Barkly region and 49 are under investigation.

There are currently 29 patients in hospital. There are 6 patients requiring oxygen and one patient in ICU.

The number of active cases in the NT is 3,152.

CHO Direction changes - close contacts and testing
From today, people in the NT who have been infected with COVID-19 will not be considered a close contact or be required to undertake testing for 12 weeks after they exit isolation. Previously, this period was 8 weeks.

After 12 weeks, people are required to comply with all COVID-19 testing and isolation requirements.

Further changes will be made to other Chief Health Officer Directions as required, and in line with the Territory’s progression to living with COVID-19.

12/4/2022 NT DAILY CASES SNAPSHOTS WITH LOGCURVE
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WA & NT FAR NORTH MONSOON MOZZIE PLAGUE
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Kimberley residents and travellers to take precautions against mosquito bites this holiday period
The Department of Health is reminding residents and travellers in the Kimberley region to take extra precautions to prevent mosquito bites over the Easter break and school holidays, as the risk of serious mosquito-borne disease has increased.

The alert follows a significant increase in the activity of both Murray Valley encephalitis (MVE) and Kunjin viruses.

The increased virus activity had been detected through the Department of Health’s sentinel chicken surveillance program, which acts as an early warning system.

Department of Health Managing Scientist, Dr Abbey Potter, said both viruses are transmitted to people through the bite of an infected mosquito and whilst rare, can cause serious disease.
“We are currently moving into a high-risk period for transmission of both MVE and Kunjin viruses within the region.”
“Many holiday-makers will be travelling to the Kimberley region over the school holidays. It will be important to pack an effective repellent and long, loose-fitting clothing for everyone in the family,” she said.
“Residents are also urged to protect themselves over this time, particularly when spending long periods of time outdoors, such as camping or fishing”.
“While the risk of being infected and becoming unwell is low, the resulting illness can include serious neurological symptoms. In the case of MVE, this may result in long term effects or even be fatal.”

Initial symptoms of MVE include fever, drowsiness, headache, stiff neck, nausea and dizziness. People experiencing these symptoms should seek medical advice as soon as possible. In severe cases, people may experience seizures, lapse into a coma, be left with permanent brain damage or die.

In young children, fever might be the only early sign of infection. Parents should see their doctor or local health service if concerned, particularly if their child experiences drowsiness, floppiness, irritability, poor feeding, or general distress.

Dr Potter said symptoms of Kunjin virus disease are usually milder than MVE, but in rare cases, infection may result in headache, neck stiffness, fever and coma.

There is currently no specific treatment or vaccine for MVE or Kunjin virus disease. The only effective way to prevent infection is to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes.
“It is also important to note that although Japanese encephalitis virus has not yet been picked up by our surveillance systems in WA, we cannot rule out the possibility that it may be present at undetected levels,” Dr Potter added.

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a rare mosquito-borne disease that has just been detected in the Northern Territory, a further increase in its range from the recent outbreak in several other Australian states.
WA & NT Monsoon Mozzie Plague

The Kimberley region and Northern Territory have similar mosquitoes and animal hosts (water birds and feral pigs), which are required by JE virus to survive. The current environmental conditions are particularly conducive to mosquito-borne virus activity.
“Whilst the community may be concerned about the possibility of JE virus making its way into WA, it is important not to be alarmed. The same mosquito avoidance measures for MVE and Kunjin viruses will reduce your risk of exposure to this virus also”.

Dr Potter said that there is no need to change your travel plans, this is just an important and timely reminder not to be complacent. You should protect yourself and your family through the following measures:
>avoid outdoor exposure, particularly at dawn and early evening
>wear protective (long, loose-fitting, light-coloured) clothing when outdoors
>apply an effective personal repellent containing diethyltoluamide (DEET), picaridin or Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus (also known as PMD) evenly to all areas of exposed skin and always follow the label instructions
ensure insect screens are installed and in good condition on houses and caravans
>use mosquito nets and mosquito-proof tents if sleeping outside
>use mosquito coils and mosquito lanterns and apply barrier sprays containing bifenthrin in patio and outdoor areas around houses
>ensure infants and children are adequately protected against mosquito bites, preferably with suitable clothing, shoes/socks, bed nets or other forms of insect screening
>remove water holding containers from around the home and garden to ensure mosquitoes do not breed in your own backyard.
 
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