Queensland has once again reported zero cases of COVID-19, with health officials testing more than 100,000 people for the illness.
The NSW premier has warned the number of COVID-19 cases in the state will inevitably rise as restrictions on house visits are eased, even as a nursing home in western Sydney recorded another four deaths.
Queensland doctors say vaccinations have plunged ahead of the peak flu season but chemists say they're struggling to keep up with demand.
Hundreds of surfers have returned to the water at Bondi for the first time since the beach was closed five weeks ago due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A Perth clinical research company wants healthy adults and elderly volunteers to participate in one of the world's first human coronavirus vaccine trials.
US President Donald Trump says China could have stopped the coronavirus before it swept the globe and said his administration was conducting "serious investigations" into what happened.
WHICH STATES AND TERRITORIES ARE EASING CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS?NEW SOUTH WALES* NSW will ease gathering restrictions from Friday, May 1.
The coronavirus pandemic is "far from over" and is still disrupting normal health services, especially life-saving immunisation for children in the poorest countries, the head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) says.
The NRL will meet with clubs and the RLPA again on Tuesday afternoon to work through the finalisation of strict biosecurity guidelines to allow players to resume training next week.
Former Penrith boss Phil Gould has called for Josh Addo-Carr and Latrell Mitchell to be banned for the rest of the NRL season for breaking social-distancing laws.
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