Coronavirus updates: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announces 1,262 new cases and seven deaths. As it happened

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced 1,262 new cases and seven deaths, including a man in his 20s.

In Victoria, more vaccines are being sent to Melbourne’s worst-hit suburbs.

Here are the key moments from Sunday:

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced 1,262 new cases and seven deaths, including a man in his 20s.
Victoria records 392 new cases
Queensland records zero new cases
ACT records 15 new cases
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces 1 million more doses of Moderna
One new case in WA in hotel quarantine, zero locally acquired
New Zealand records 20 new cases

The federal government says it is supporting a ‘vaccination blitz’ in Victoria
Health Minister Greg Hunt, along with the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison have promised a vaccination blitz for Victoria, with an increase in supply for the state.

Speaking at a press conference, Mr Hunt says that the federal government has allocated an additional 417,219 vaccines for Victoria, across three different categories.

He outlined the numbers:

127,680 Pfizer doses delivered to Victorian GPs
180,786 Moderna doses “over and above” what would have been received
108,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines
Pfizer vaccinations to open up to children 12 years of age and older across Australia
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says the vaccination program will be made available to children from 12 years of age, from tomorrow (Monday).

This means they’ll be able to join the people aged 16-59 who are eligible for the Pfizer vaccination.

One new case in WA in hotel quarantine, zero locally acquired
Zero locally acquired cases in Western Australia, and one in hotel quarantine, a traveller who came back from the UK via Singapore.

From tomorrow, Western Australian children aged 12 to 15 are eligible for a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination.

Schools should reopen as soon as it is safe, Plibersek says
David Speers interviews Shadow Education Minister and deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek about NSW’s plan, when schools should reopen in lockdown states, and the decision to parachute Kristina Keneally into a safe Labor seat in Western Sydney.