Queensland COVID-19 statistics
Changes to reporting
Routine reporting of COVID-19 statistics, including case numbers, hospitalisations and deaths now occurs weekly.
As part part of the Queensland Government's shift from the emergency response phase of the COVID-19 pandemic to living with COVID-19, information relating to testing, and the location, age and gender of cases has been removed.
The next weekly report will be on Friday 30 September.
Case, hospitalisation and death data as at midnight 20 September 2022. Vaccination data as at 20 September 2022. Refer to data caveats.
|7 days||Total cases|
Total number of COVID-19 cases in Queensland during the pandemic.
|In hospital||In ICU|
Number of people receiving treatment for COVID-19 in a Queensland hospital.
Number of people receiving treatment for COVID-19 in a Queensland hospital intensive care unit (ICU).
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).
|Fully vaccinated||1st dose|
Percentage of eligible people 16 years and over with dose 2
Percentage of eligible people 16 years and over with dose 1
We make every effort to ensure this data is accurate at time of publication. It is point-in-time data.
To align with Commonwealth reporting cycle:
- 7 days case and 7 days death data is for the 7 days prior to midnight each Wednesday
- hospitalisations and totals are as at midnight each Wednesday
There may be other lags 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.