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COVID-19 Update 10 July

11 July 2020 by News Desk

COVID-19 update: This week in Australia there has been 14 new coronavirus cases in NSW and 288 in Victoria – the highest daily increase since the pandemic began.

New South Wales and Victoria have now each conducted one million COVID-19 tests.

The total number of deaths remains at 106.

The federal government says it will reduce the weekly number of international arrivals to 4000 people (down from 6500) across all airports to ensure proper management of hotel quarantine

Tasmania says it will not re-open it borders in two weeks as planned while Western Australia will delay relaxing its social distancing restrictions by two weeks.

The worldwide death toll from COVID-19 is a little under 555,000. The number of confirmed cases is now over 12.2 million and more than 6.7 million people have recovered, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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