NSW recorded 17,597 new cases, Victoria has reported 9610 infections, Western Australia reported 6566 cases and Queensland saw 8687 new cases.
Ten people died in NSW with the virus in the past 24 hours.
Case numbers have dropped slightly in comparison to yesterday’s 20,396 infections.
There are 1437 people in hospital with COVID-19 and 47 people admitted to ICU.
This is a slight rise on yesterday’s 1435 hospitalisations and 44 ICU admissions.
Victoria has recorded seven COVID-19 related deaths in the past 24 hours.
The state reported 9610 new cases.
Case numbers have also decreased slightly from yesterday’s 11,192 infections.
There are 366 people in hospital with the virus and 15 people in ICU.
This is an increase from yesterday’s 335 hospitalisations and 12 ICU admissions.
Western Australia reported three historical COVID-19 deaths.
Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson said the deaths were three men in their 50s who died on April 2.
The state recorded 6566 new COVID-19 cases, a drop from yesterday’s 6892 infections.
There are 236 people in hospital and eight ICU admissions.
Queensland has recorded 8687 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, a drop from yesterday’s 10,092 infections.
Two people died with the virus.
There are 480 people in hospital and 16 people in ICU.
Hospitalisations and ICU admissions have risen by one since yesterday.
Meanwhile the state’s health authorities confirmed at least 12 cases of Deltacron have been recorded.
Health authorities are saying there is no evidence these new strains will cause more sickness or counter the effects of current COVID-19 vaccines.
It comes as New South Wales detected its first case of the new variant yesterday.
The NSW Health weekly COVID-19 report indicates the state recorded one case of Deltacron and one case of an Omicron and multi sub-variant combination.
While the cases were first reported yesterday, NSW Health said they were not identified this week.