What's the latest on COVID-19 in Australia - in graphs

Department of Health data shows that COVID-19 is most common in people aged 20-29, but new cases are slowing

The coronavirus outbreak in Australia has passed the 4700 mark, with 20 deaths as of 1 April.

Data from the Department of Health shows that COVID-19 is most common in people aged 20-29, with NSW being the most affected state. 

Most imported cases have come from Europe and cruise ships.

But there is good news in that the number of new cases has been dropping since Tuesday.

 

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