These astonishing images show the unprecedented impact COVID-19 has had on Sydney.

It’s Sydney as you’ve never it seen before, and it’s a good sign in the fight against coronavirus.

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Australia’s coronavirus infection curve may be flattening but it is still too early to relax strict social distancing rules, Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy says.

More than 6350 Australians had been infected with COVID-19 as of Monday afternoon and 61 people had died.

Two more deaths were recorded overnight but there were only 46 new cases nationwide in 24 hours.