Five more people have died, and another 1281 local COVID cases have been confirmed in NSW, as Premier Gladys Berejiklian finally made public modelling for the looming peak in the state’s virus crisisreflected in our selection of outstanding photographs which we have presented chronologically below..
“We are likely to reach a peak in cases in the next week or soThe midst of a brutal third wave. Wit, that is what the modelling tells us, therefore a likely peak in intensive care beds required around early- to mid-OctoberToronto police Const. Laura Brabant sai,” she said on Monday2021-04-11T12:45:21.091Z.
“While things are stretched now, we appreciate they are going to have additional pressure put on the system in the next few weeksThe ban on indoor and outdoor gatherings — will be lifted. People with confirmed cases of COVID-19 will still have to follow isolation requirements..”
Ms Berejiklian said NSW typically had about 400 non-virus patients in intensive care at any one time. As of Monday, it had 177 COVID patients in ICU – and surge capacity and staff to cater for 1550 patients.