COVID-19 Cases in South Western Sydney

Updated: 20 October 2020

The easy-to-follow graphs below provide a full snapshot of COVID-19 cases within our region since the first case was confirmed in early March 2020.

The data is updated daily at 9.30 am with visualisations showing a breakdown of cases per local government area (LGA), and then broken down further into COVID-19 cases within different postcodes in each LGA.

LGA = Local Government Area

The data is for confirmed COVID-19 cases only, based on location of usual residence, not necessarily where the virus was contracted.
Find out more about the dataset used

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*Each coloured line represents the cumulative cases in each LGA. When a line stops, there are no further cases recorded in the LGA from that date onwards.

 

 

Postcodes by LGA in South Western Sydney

View the number of COVID-19 cases in different postcodes within each LGA in South Western Sydney LHD.

*Each coloured line on the charts below represents the cumulative cases in each postcode. When a line stops, there are no further cases recorded in that particular postcode area from that date onwards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Data Source - information

COVID-19 cases by notification date and postcode, local health district, and local government area. The data is for confirmed COVID-19 cases only based on location of usual residence, not necessarily where the virus was contracted.

The case definition of a confirmed case is a person who tests positive to a validated specific SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid test or has the virus identified by electron microscopy or viral culture, at a reference laboratory.

The underlying dataset was assessed to measure the risk of identifying an individual and the level of sensitivity of the information gained if it was known that an individual was in the dataset. The dataset was then treated to mitigate these risks, including suppressing and aggregating data.

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Data used under CC-BY license.

 

 

 

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