COVID-19 update – May 25

With a steady stream of information and misinformation about COVID-19 (coronavirus) circulating, Echonetdaily will endeavour to update this page as news comes to hand.

UPDATED May 25, am

NSW COVID-19 statistics

Last updated 8pm, 23 May 2020. Source: NSW Health.

3087 people with confirmed cases including interstate residents in NSW health care facilities
2653 recovered
384 active cases – (excluding persons recovered and lives lost)
This does not necessarily mean that these cases are infectious.
50 lives lost
415,340 people tested and cleared

Upcoming changes

From Monday 1 June 2020, the following will be allowed:

Rules that continue to apply include

Queensland COVID-19 statistics

Last updated: Midday May 24, 2020

1 New cases (last 24h)
1,061 Total cases
173,864 Total tests
6 Total lives lost


Queensland 24 May 2020

Queensland has one confirmed case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to report today.
The case is from the Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service.

HHS*Active casesRecovered casesDeathsTotal confirmed
cases to date
Cairns and Hinterland135036
Central Queensland1809
Central West0000
Darling Downs040242
Gold Coast21930195
Metro North13143318
Metro South72590266
North West0000
South West0000
Sunshine Coast192194
Torres and Cape0000
West Moreton137038
Wide Bay024024


* HHS level case data may include a patient’s residential address, Public Health Unit managing or location where test was ordered.
** Changes may occur in the number of notifications reported from day to day. This is due to ongoing maintenance and update of notification details as new information becomes available, or where discrepancies are detected through data quality assurance activities.


World Health Organization stats – UPDATED May 25, 2am AEST

The World Health Organization COVID-19 stats map (cases) updated at 25/05/2020 3.07am AEST.

The World Health Organization COVID-19 stats map (deaths) updated at 25/05/2020 3.07am AEST.


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