Two more people have died and the number of coronavirus cases has risen above 10,000 across Australia.
Community broadcasts are still reported in Victoria and New South Wales, linked to several high profile clusters.
The restrictions are already changing in New South Wales, while other states and territories are trying to extend the closure of the borders to the affected states.
An employee carries a delivery at the Menarock Life healthcare facility, where a cluster of approximately 28 new infections was reported Tuesday, in the Melbourne suburb of Essendon
Tests are conducted at a pop-up COVID-19 testing clinic in Victoria Park in Picton on July 14, 2020 in Sydney, Australia
Testing has been staged around West Sydney with a new pop-up clinic opened in Picton (photo)
* A man and woman in their 80s died from the coronavirus in Victoria, increasing the state tax to 26 and the fatalities in Australia to 110.
* Victoria registered 270 new cases on Tuesday, with a total of more than 10,000 nationwide cases, with 21 people resuscitated in intensive care.
* NSW has 13 new cases and WA one, a 10-year-old boy quarantined.
* Pubs in NSW have regular customers with a maximum of 300 and must record each guest’s contact details with 30 cases now associated with a location in South West Sydney. Meanwhile, residents of Liverpool and Campbelltown cannot enter Queensland.
* South Australia has canceled the planned reopening of the July 20 border with NSW and the ACT.
* Immediate tests are required for all Victorians as soon as they land in WA, with NSW travelers possibly following.
* Queensland will increase strict virus laws this week with a six-month prison sentence.
New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) announced at a news conference on Tuesday that the state government has tightened restrictions on the number of visitors to pubs
Sydney’s streets remained relatively busy on Tuesday, despite growing community broadcasts linked to a pub in West Sydney
Cars crash as they wait for testing at a pop-up COVID-19 test clinic at Victoria Park in Picton, Sydney on Tuesday
* Australia had only 25,800 arrivals overseas in June, half of whom were repeat residents, according to preliminary ABS figures.
* The Australian Nursing Federation has pushed for AFL matches to take place this week at Optus Stadium in Perth, arguing that the 30,000-strong audience risks a WA outbreak.
* The Giants are ready to decamp NSW when the AFL says go, with player Nick Shipley already moving from his west Sydney home to teammate Shane Mumford’s home.
* AFL clubs may face the prospect of six games over a five-week period in an effort to weather the season affected by the corona virus.
* The A league is still playing its 2019-20 season in NSW despite the latest outbreak, but has prepared a ‘Plan B’ option to move clubs to Queensland.
There is growing concern about the possible spread of COVID-19 to the sports community, including in the AFL. Pictured: Christian Petracca of the Melbourne Demons celebrates during a workout on Thursday
Sydney’s Campbelltown suburb (pictured) has been identified as a new hotspot for COVID-19 and locals will be denied access to Queensland from Tuesday afternoon Tuesday afternoon
* July 15 – NT to decide if it will ease border restrictions with NSW.
* July 17 – International arrivals in WA must pay their 14-day hotel quarantine.
* July 17 – NT reopens its borders with quarantine for people from virus hotpots.
* July 18 – Returning travelers to SA and NSW to pay a portion of their hotel quarantine bill.
* July 31 – The earliest date for Tasmania to open its borders to the mainland after postponement of the move, previously scheduled for July 24
* August 1 – Provisional date for WA to lift any remaining restrictions except border closures and access to remote Aboriginal communities.
Returning travelers have to pay part of their hotel quarantine bill in New South Wales and South Australia (photo: Melbourne’s Rydes hotel quarantine facility, where there is a COVID-19 interruption)
AUSTRALIAN CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* The total number of cases in Australia is now 10,251 with 2,308 active cases and 7,835 recovered people
* The national death toll from Tuesday is 110: NSW 49, Victoria 26, Tasmania 13, WA 9, Queensland 6, SA 4, ACT 3. (Two Queensland residents who died in NSW are included in the official toll of both states)
GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* Cases: minimum 12,910,357
* Deaths: at least 569,128
* Recovered: at least 7,116,957
Data current as of 1800 AEST July 14, taking into account updates from the federal government and state / territory and Worldometer.
South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall (pictured) announced that the opening of the border between South Australia and New South Wales has been postponed on Tuesday