NSW COVID-19 statistics*
*Last updated 8pm, 31 May 2020. Source: NSW Health.
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Heat map: COVID-19 in NSW by postcode
The heatmap presents data on cases (by notification date) and people tested (by testing date) for the last 14 days.
For cases, the postcode is based on the location of usual residence, not necessarily where the virus was contracted.
The postcode of people tested is based on the address they reported at the time of the test.
Cases and people tested without a valid address are not shown.
Information on the total number of cases and people tested is displayed by selecting the ‘Total’ radio button.
Information on active cases** or people tested recently (i.e. in the last 14 days) is displayed by selecting the ‘Recent’ radio button.
**Active cases are calculated as: total cases excluding persons recovered and lives lost. This does not necessarily mean that these cases are infectious.
Recovery is self-reported during follow-up and only includes cases where the onset of symptoms was over three weeks ago.
Data Source: Confirmed COVID-19 cases and number of people tested - NSW Ministry of Health, Population Data - Australian Bureau of Statistics
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Cases by notification date, age group and gender
Cumulative number of cases of COVID-19 by notification date
Cases by Age Group and Gender
Number of new cases of COVID-19 by notification date
Lives lost by Age Group and Gender
Note: The definition of a confirmed case is a person who tests positive to a validated specific SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid test or has the virus identified by electron microscopy or viral culture, at a reference laboratory. Data reported at 8pm daily. Case counts reported for a particular notification date may vary over time due to ongoing investigations and case review.