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Queensland COVID-19 statistics

Last updated: Cases & tests 12 September 2022.    Vaccination data 9 September 2022

863New cases (last 24h)
6Currently in ICU
2,674Tests (last 24h)
93.1%Fully vaccinated
1,622,985Total cases
192Currently in hospital
8,507,465Total tests
94.6%1st dose vaccine

Case summary

Cases Total
Total cases 1,622,985
Last 24 hours 863
Active cases[1] 9,804
Current hospitalisations 192
Patients currently in ICU 6
Deaths 2,054
Cases of First Nations people [2] 107,179
Data as at 11/09/2022 19:00. Refer to data caveats.

Cases overview by Hospital and Health Service and region

Region Total cases Active cases Total deaths
Queensland 1,622,985 9,804 2,054
HHS Cases under HHS care
Cairns and Hinterland 71,093 23 103
Central Queensland 17,779 4 56
Central West 578 0 2
Childrens Health Queensland 0 4 0
Darling Downs 26,879 11 136
Gold Coast 95,289 45 296
Mackay 17,929 2 48
Mater Health Service 0 5 0
Metro North 149,592 77 360
Metro South 156,768 35 548
North West 2,809 1 5
South West 2,160 2 9
Sunshine Coast 54,941 17 183
Torres and Cape 8,363 2 5
Townsville 32,945 7 71
West Moreton 40,873 15 113
Wide Bay 24,336 14 117
Interstate/Other/Awaiting Assignment 920,651 9,540 2
Data as at 11/09/2022 19:00. Refer to data caveats.

Cases by Local Government Area

Local Government Area Total cases
Aurukun Shire 136
Balonne Shire 457
Banana Shire 809
Barcaldine Regional 164
Barcoo Shire 4
Blackall Tambo Regional 83
Boulia Shire 14
Brisbane City 168,497
Bulloo Shire 12
Bundaberg Regional 10,497
Burdekin Shire 1,466
Burke Shire 28
Cairns Regional 48,930
Carpentaria Shire 170
Cassowary Coast Regional 5,723
Central Highlands Regional 2,172
Charters Towers Regional 1,189
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire 391
Cloncurry Shire 183
Cook Shire 1,164
Croydon Shire 23
Diamantina Shire 32
Doomadgee Aboriginal Shire 175
Douglas Shire 3,033
Etheridge Shire 68
Flinders Shire 181
Fraser Coast Regional 12,418
Gladstone Regional 4,822
Gold Coast City 92,424
Goondiwindi Regional 791
Gympie Regional 4,152
Hinchinbrook Shire 618
Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire 339
Interstate/Other 21,028
Ipswich City 33,308
Isaac Regional 1,087
Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire 196
Livingstone Shire 2,989
Lockhart River Aboriginal Shire 157
Lockyer Valley Regional 3,285
Logan City 43,554
Longreach Regional 154
Mackay Regional 13,300
Mapoon Aboriginal Shire 82
Maranoa Regional 1,208
Mareeba Shire 5,533
McKinlay Shire 22
Moreton Bay Regional 61,528
Mornington Shire 136
Mount Isa City 2,051
Murweh Shire 349
Napranum Aboriginal Shire 277
Noosa Shire 6,592
North Burnett Regional 717
Northern Peninsula Area Regional 774
Not Supplied 920,632
Palm Island Aboriginal Shire 763
Paroo Shire 94
Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire 228
Quilpie Shire 46
Redland City 18,618
Richmond Shire 51
Rockhampton Regional 6,977
Scenic Rim Regional 3,169
Somerset Regional 1,985
South Burnett Regional 1,736
Southern Downs Regional 3,200
Sunshine Coast Regional 43,147
Tablelands Regional 4,798
Toowoomba Regional 18,505
Torres Shire 1,366
Torres Strait Island Regional 1,050
Townsville City 28,910
Weipa Town 1,507
Western Downs Regional 1,737
Whitsunday Regional 3,215
Winton Shire 46
Woorabinda Aboriginal Shire 331
Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire 111
Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire 1,271
Total cases 1,622,985
C = Council, RC = Regional Council, S = Shire
Data as at 11/09/2022 19:00. Refer to data caveats.

Age and gender of cases - table

Age group Number of COVID-19 cases
Female Male Total
0-9 30,173 32,441 62,614
100-109 195 47 242
10-19 47,393 42,520 89,913
110 2 1 3
20-29 75,853 61,399 137,252
30-39 66,842 54,338 121,180
40-49 57,268 45,121 102,389
50-59 44,248 36,686 80,934
60-69 27,599 25,367 52,966
70-79 15,027 16,176 31,203
80-89 8,805 8,309 17,114
90-99 4,148 2,395 6,543
Not Supplied 0 0 920,632
Data as at 11/09/2022 19:00. Refer to data caveats.

Age and gender of cases—graph

Testing

Region Total samples tested Samples tested in the last 24 hours
Queensland 8,507,465 2,674
Data as at 11/09/2022. Refer to data caveats.

Data caveats

We make every effort to ensure this data is accurate at time of publication. It is point-in-time data.

There may be a lag in reporting of particular data due to data quality assurance activities, ongoing maintenance or other factors.

Data is subject to change as additional information is obtained.

COVID-19 case summary

Data presented in this report is updated weekly.

Total cases
Total number of COVID-19 cases in Queensland during the pandemic.

Last 24 hours
Number of COVID-19 cases in Queensland in the 24 hours to 7pm yesterday.

Active cases
Number of people who have tested positive to COVID-19 in the past 7 days.

Current hospitalisations
Number of people currently receiving treatment for COVID-19 in a Queensland hospital.

Patients currently in ICU
Number of people currently receiving treatment for COVID-19 in a Queensland hospital intensive care unit (ICU).

Deaths
Total number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 around the time of their death.

As it can be difficult to attribute a death to a single cause, particularly for people who have multiple medical conditions, deaths include anyone who dies with COVID-19, except where COVID-19 can be easily excluded as a factor in the death (e.g. a vehicle accident).

Cases of First Nations people
Total number of COVID-19 cases in Queensland during the pandemic in persons who have identified as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. This figure now includes the First Nations cases reported via RATs (Rapid Antigen Tests).

Case data by Hospital and Health Service (HHS) and Local Government Area (LGA)

Location data (by HHS or by LGA) should be interpreted with caution. In most cases, location is derived using the residential address when that case was notified, but may alternately have been derived from the location of the Public Health Unit managing the case, or the location where the test was ordered.

Case data by age and gender

Age and gender data should be interpreted with caution. This data includes polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test results only, and does not represent self-reported RAT cases.

Testing

Testing refers only to tests completed by Queensland Health or by private pathology providers. Most are PCR tests, however point-of-care Rapid Antigen Tests administered at Queensland Health testing clinics may also be included.