Coronavirus (COVID-19) info and news in Western Australia

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Coronavirus updates, January 21, 2022

Last updated:  20 hours ago
+10 yesterday
1,3K

Confirmed cases

1,3K

Estimated cases

0
0 yesterday
9

Deaths

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+75 116 yesterday
2,1M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 2,1M
2,1M

Estimated cases

0
0 yesterday
904K

Recovered

+55 yesterday
3K

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
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+3 669 810 yesterday
344,9M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 348,9M
499,9M

Estimated cases

0
+1 722 954 yesterday
275,8M

Recovered

+9 472 yesterday
5,6M

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

Today, in Western Australia and in Australia as a whole, the most necessary aims during the COVID-19 outbreak are isolation and saving lives. Despite the below-average infection rate per 100,000 people 54 the coronavirus still remains a threat to public safety and your health. It is considered that in a week, the overall number of COVID-19 positive people in Western Australia will reach 1,4K cases.

The figures seem to be not so dramatically high although it doesn’t mean that we should forget about our safety. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus. The population density in the region is 0 people per km2 so the risk of infection is below average.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?

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