Latest snapshot of the coronavirus impact

With at least 100 new cases expected on Monday, Sydney is long odds to emerge soon from lockdown.
With at least 100 new cases expected on Monday, Sydney is long odds to emerge soon from lockdown.

LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS:

* NSW has recorded its first COVID-19 death of 2021, a 90-year-old Sydney woman - believed to be unvaccinated - who died hours after being diagnosed. She was a close contact of a locally-acquired case.

* Her death is the first since the Bondi cluster emerged on June 16 and the first connected to the virus in NSW since a man died in late December. The state's toll now sits at 57 and the national toll at 911.

* One of six SummitCare Baulkham Hills aged care residents who caught the virus from an infected staff member is also "seriously unwell" in hospital.

* Of the 77 cases, only 32 were in isolation for all of their infectious period. Over 50 are close family members of those previously infected.

* There are 15 COVID-19 patients in NSW in intensive care, five on ventilators.

* Premier Gladys Berejiklian has all but confirmed lockdown provisions for Greater Sydney and surrounds - scheduled to conclude on Friday - will be extended.

* She said she'd be "shocked" if NSW does not report 100 local COVID-19 cases on Monday.

* Victoria has effectively shut its border to the entirety of NSW and the ACT over concerns COVID-19 could leak out of Sydney.

* Victorian residents can still return from red zones but must isolate at home for 14 days upon arrival.

* The federal government is preparing to provide further financial support for NSW as its coronavirus outbreak worsens but won't be going back to a JobKeeper wage subsidy regime.

* Instead it's expected the Commonwealth will announce further assistance for NSW businesses, as the state government also prepares to stump up further support as well as aid for individuals and households.

* AMP Capital chief economist Shane Oliver estimates the Sydney lockdown is costing around $1 billion a week but if it is extended much beyond the current three weeks, will progressively cause more damage.

* NSW treasurer Dominic Perrottet admits a further lockdown is going to be terribly challenging for businesses and says further financial assistance should be available in the next few days.

* NSW police have dished out more than 100 COVID infringement notices , including 30 related to the three large gatherings.

* One involved 15 middle-aged and elderly men playing cards in a Marrickville home. A second featured five men playing video games at a Merrylands West property and the third was a birthday gathering of 10 people at Sydney Olympic Park.

AUSTRALIAN VACCINATION NUMBERS:

* There have been 9,097,969 doses administered in the national COVID-19 vaccination rollout up to Friday, including 83,897 in the previous 24 hours.

* Of the total, 5,158,191 have been administered by the Commonwealth (an increase of 36,711) in the previous 24 hours).

* 4,697,520 have been issued in primary care (+35,932) and 460,671 in aged and disability facilities (+779).

* 3,939,778 have been administered by the states and territories, including 47,186 in the previous 24 hours.

* 1,266,286 have been administered in Victoria (+12,320), 1,041,593 in NSW (+15,310), 694,397 in Queensland (+7,945), 357,613 in Western Australia (+4,841), 280,242 in South Australia (+3750), 129,145 in Tasmania (+1276), 99,998 in the ACT (+1426) and 70,504 in the NT (+318).

AUSTRALIAN CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS:

* Australia reported 77 local cases on Sunday, all in NSW.

* There were seven new overseas-acquired case in hotel quarantine: five in NSW and one each in Queensland and SA.

* The national death toll is 911: Victoria 820, NSW 57, Tasmania 13, WA 9, Queensland 7, SA 4, ACT 3 (Two Queensland residents who died in NSW have been included in the official tolls of both states).

GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS:

* Cases: at least 186,410,350

* Deaths: at least 4,024,946

* Vaccine doses administered: at least 3,413,405,891.

Data current as at 1730 AEST on July 11, taking in federal and state/territory government updates and Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Centre figures.

Australian Associated Press