Australia has recorded more than 47,000 new COVID-19 cases and 45 virus-related deaths.
Victoria reported 21 fatalities on Saturday, NSW 14, Western Australia five, Queensland four and South Australia one.
WA added more than 14,000 infections to its caseload, Victoria almost 12,000 and NSW a touch under 10,000.
There are more than 28,000 patients hospitalised with coronavirus nationwide, more than a hundred of them in intensive care.
Meanwhile, a person from NSW has been fined almost $40,000 for importing thousands of prescription-only drugs known to be used to treat COVID-19 against clinical advice.
It is alleged more than 2500 ivermectin tablets and nearly 10,000 doxycycline capsules were brought into the country in a month, far more than allowed.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration has issued 15 infringement notices over the matter.
The medicines regulator says "the individual did not have authority or an exemption to import the medicines, nor did they hold a valid prescription".
Consumers were recently cautioned by the TGA about counterfeit ivermectin and strongly advised against self-medicating and self-dosing with it.
A major UK study last year also showed doxycycline, an antibiotic used to treat many different bacterial infections, was ineffective.
Elsewhere, telephone voting for Saturday's federal election was extended to tens of thousands of people with COVID-19.
Under original plans, people stuck in isolation who tested positive before 6pm on Tuesday were limited to casting their ballot via the post.
But many missed the application deadline on Wednesday and it's been extended to anyone who tested positive after 6pm on May 13.
LATEST 24-HOUR COVID-19 DATA:
NSW: 9632 cases, 14 deaths, 1187 in hospital with 41 in ICU
Victoria: 11,925 cases, 21 deaths, 552 in hospital with 25 in ICU
Queensland: 6221 cases, four deaths, 420 in hospital, 12 in ICU
ACT: 859 cases, no deaths, 89 in hospital, three in ICU
SA: 3171 cases, five deaths, 211 in hospital, 11 in ICU
WA: 14,245 cases, one death, 301 in hospital, 12 in ICU
NT: 224 cases, no deaths, 19 in hospital, two in ICU
Tasmania: 962 cases, no deaths, 50 in hospital, one in ICU.
Australian Associated Press
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