June 20, 2022

The death toll from COVID-19 within the Darling Downs Health region has risen to 45, taking the tally for June to seven.

When the Queensland border re-opened on December 13 last year, the death toll in the DDH region stood at two.

The Queensland death toll is now 1171 since the pandemic began, with just over 100 of these deaths occurring since June 1.

A total of 3055 new cases were announced on Monday morning, taking the estimated number of active COVID-19 cases in the State to 25,907.

There are currently 480 people being treated for COVID-19 in Queensland hospitals, including seven in intensive care units.

Since January 2020, a total of 1,251,031 people in Queensland have contracted COVID-19, including 38,668 First Nations residents.

Officially, a total of 1198 people in the South Burnett and 304 Cherbourg have had COVID-19 since the pandemic began, with all but three cases occurring since December 13.

The total number of cases recorded in Toowoomba has now passed 10,000, with the official figure on Monday standing at 10,011. On December 13 it was 52.


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