What’s the latest on the coronavirus outbreak in Australia?

Posted December 19, 2018 05:24:16 The coronaviral epidemic has seen the number of coronaviruses in Australia increase from 713 in November to 1,000 in December.

According to the latest figures, coronavire infections in Australia have increased by 50 per cent since the beginning of the year.

The number of cases, deaths and deaths due to the virus has also grown by 100 per cent.

There are now around 50,000 people in Australia who are known to have the virus.

Key points: More than 4,000 coronavires have been detected in Australia since the start of the pandemic More people are being infected and the number is rising faster than previously thought There has been a doubling in the number hospitalisations and deaths in Australia with more than 1,500 people having hospitalisations.

More deaths are expected as the virus spreads and there has been an increase in the use of antibiotics.

Australia has had about 4,400 cases, while 1,100 deaths have been recorded.

While the number has increased, the number that have died is down.

Australian coronavirovirus experts said the number was still very low and that there was still work to be done to reduce the spread.

“The number that we have is a very small number of deaths and the overall number of people who have had the coronovirus has been increasing, but it is still very small,” Professor Tom Wood from the University of Adelaide’s Institute for Tropical Medicine and Public Health told ABC Radio’s PM.

Professor Wood said it was important that people with severe infections remained on antiviral drugs and that the numbers were not increasing too quickly.

He said the most likely scenario was that there would be a drop in cases and a rise in deaths in the next few months.

But Professor Wood said that was not the case.

“[The number] is not going to drop as rapidly as it is projected to because the number still exists,” he said.

What you need to know about coronavivirus: Dr Tom Wood says the number continues to increase despite an increase of the number people with coronavired.

Infectious disease experts said coronavovirus was unlikely to be the main cause of deaths in 2020.

It is the number, not the virus, that was important.

Dr Wood said the more deaths the better.

Malaria is the most common vector for the virus and is responsible for up to 20 per cent of the deaths, with the virus spreading through the blood and other body fluids.

As the virus becomes more infectious, people with the infection can contract more coronaviris.

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