NEW reports put the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in NSW at 3063.
The state’s infection rate sits at 37.73 for every 100,000 people.
So far 47 have died in NSW as part of the outbreak after the state’s first coronavirus cases were confirmed on January 25.
Nationally, confirmed cases sit at 6990.
The number of actual cases is unknown. Currently, testing is mostly limited to people with specific symptoms who have recently travelled overseas or come in contact with a confirmed case.
Latest data shows 6096 Australians have recovered and 100 have died since the first case of coronavirus was confirmed by Victorian health officials in January.
Victoria has 1523 confirmed cases while its number of recoveries sits at 1385.
Reports say 18 deaths have been linked to the pandemic in the state.
The number of confirmed cases in Queensland is 1052, with six deaths and 1034 recoveries.
Other cases are in:
. Western Australia (552 confirmed cases, nine deaths and 338 recoveries);
. South Australia (439 confirmed cases, four deaths and 433 recoveries);
. Tasmania (225 confirmed cases, 13 deaths and 185 recoveries);
. The Northern Territory (29 confirmed cases, zero deaths and 23 recoveries) and
the ACT (107 confirmed cases, three deaths and 103 recoveries).