* Australia has recorded 7081 cases, with only 509 active cases remaining.
SA, ACT and NT have no active cases.
* The national death toll is 101 - NSW 50, Victoria 18, Tasmania 13, WA 9, Queensland 6, SA 4, ACT 3. (Two QLD residents who died in NSW have been included in both state's counts).
* More than six million of an estimated 16 million people with smartphones have registered for the federal government's COVIDSafe tracing app since April 26.
EASING OF RESTRICTIONS
* The federal government has announced a three-phase plan to ease coronavirus restrictions in the coming months, with the states and territories to determine their own timings.
* Social distancing and hygiene measures retained indefinitely.
* Up to 50 people will be able to dine in restaurants, pubs and cafes from June 1, up from a maximum 10 now.
* Outdoor gatherings in NSW allowed for a maximum of 10 people, while social distancing.
* NSW public school students resume full-time classes on May 25.
* Public transport access has been limited. Sydney buses can carry 12 people, train carriages can have 32 commuters and a Manly ferry can transport 245 people.
* Regional travel within NSW permitted from June 1, when museums, galleries and libraries can reopen.
* NSW is considering allowing international students back into the state, potentially through the hotel quarantine system in place for Australians returning home.
* Victorians may have up to five visitors in their homes.
* Gathering limits relaxed to 10 for outdoor activities including fishing, hiking and golf.
* A maximum of 10 guests allowed at weddings, 20 at indoor funerals and 30 for outdoor services.
* From June 1, 20 people allowed inside restaurants, cafes and pubs, increasing to 50 diners from June 22 and 100 in the second half of July.
* Children in Prep to Year 2 and Years 11 and 12 return to classrooms on May 26 with the remaining cohort back from May 26. All remaining students return from June 9.
* Year 11 and 12 students will now sit exams from November 9 to December 2 and get their results by year-end.
* Shopping for non-essential items permitted and up to five members of one household can visit other homes.
* Up to 10 people allowed to congregate in parks, pools and playgrounds.
* Queenslanders can also travel up to 250km from their homes.
* Queensland public school students resume full-time classes on May 25.
* No commuter caps on public transport come Monday.
* Queensland could reopen borders to NSW and Victoria by September.
* Dining and alcohol-consumption at cafes and restaurants now allowed to have 10 customers indoors and 10 outdoors.
* SA has resumed elective surgeries and allowed regional accommodation to reopen.
* Stage two easing of restrictions will begin on June 5 allowing more customers to be served and cinemas to reopen.
* Students are already back in school full time.
* WA has entered phase two of its recovery plan, allowing greater regional travel and encouraging people back to work while cafes, pubs and restaurants may seat up to 20 patrons.
* Further easing of restrictions expected on June 8.
* Students are already back in school full time.
* State borders remain closed.
* Restaurants and cafes allowed to seat up to 10 people with the same number allowed to gather for real estate purposes, religious gatherings and weddings.
* Premier Peter Gutwein hopeful of making a call on reopening the border in July.
* Schools are reopening from May 25
* The NT has relaxed restrictions on parks, golf, fishing and swimming.
* Restaurants and bars can reopen with a two-hour limit, with entertainment venues to come.
* Restricted access to indigenous communities remains in place until at least June 18.
* Students already back in school full time.
* Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people allowed. Restrictions on sport and recreation eased.
* The ACT has staggered the return of school students grades up to June 2.
STILL OPEN ACROSS THE COUNTRY
* Supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, public transport, some schools, hairdressers, petrol stations, postal and freight services, bottle shops, newsagents, retail shops. Restaurants and cafes opened in most states.
* A woman, 80, has died at Sydney's Concord Hospital from the coronavirus, lifting the NSW death toll to 50.
* Victoria has recorded another 12 coronavirus infections on Friday. Five linked to an outbreak at Cedar Meats bringing the number of cases related to the abattoir to 111.
* Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has backed Pauline Hanson's legal challenge against Queensland's border closures.
* The Chinese government warning state-owned power plants not to buy new shipments of Australian thermal coal and instead favour domestic products.
* Local councils will share $1.8 billion in federal funding for road upgrades and community projects to help struggling communities.
* NSW taxis will receive $12.6 million in subsidies amid a collapse in trips.
* Australia has maintained its AAA credit rating from rating agency Fitch, but its economic outlook has been downgraded to "negative" due to the coronavirus.
* Federal Treasury believes the true number of people now out of a job is 9.6 per cent of the workforce. The last official figure was 6.2 per cent.
* Queensland is losing $53 million a day - or $1.6 billion a month - in tourism revenue.
* Unfair dismissal claims have risen 70 per cent to record levels.
* The NRL has released its 16 round draw for the competition resuming on May 28.
* The AFL will resume competition on June 11.
* Three Queensland Red rugby players have terminated their Rugby Australia contracts after refusing pay cuts.
* The Tokyo-based Sunwolves won't be a part of the rebooted Australian Super Rugby competition.
GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* Cases: at least 5,101,400
* Deaths: at least 332,876
* Recovered: at least 1,948,106
Data current as of 1230 AEST May 22, taking in federal government and state/territory government updates and Johns Hopkins virus tracker.
© AAP 2020