Latest snapshot of the coronavirus impact
* Change to lift some border restrictions in South Australia on Friday
* NSW Police will fine people $1000 and potentially move on or arrest them if they attend a Black Lives Matter rally planned for Sydney's Town Hall on Friday, and will fight to have a refugee rally planned for Saturday stopped in court.
* WA's Premier Mark McGowan wants WA's Black Lives Matter protest postponed until after the pandemic.
* A protester who attended Melbourne's Black Lives Matter rally has tested positive to the coronavirus.
* Four federal Labor politicians tested negative for the virus after attending anti-racism marches.
* Scott Morrison has warned it will cost Australia 's economy $25 billion dollars if a second wave of coronavirus hit the nation due to people protesting.
* No pay rise for federal politicians in the 2020/21 next financial year.
* The AFL season reboots on Thursday with the code to review biosecurity measures after the weekend.
* Essendon's Brandon Zerk-Thatcher is the first AFL player banned from one match this weekend for breaking coronavirus rules while Port Adelaide wait for vice-captain Ollie Wines to be judged by the league.
* A crowd of 2000 will be allowed into Adelaide Oval for this weekend's AFL showdown between Port Adelaide and Adelaide.
* Wests Tigers can expect a suspended fine over Benji Marshall's biosecurity breach,
* Super Rugby to resume in a truncated 12-week five-team tournament on July 3.
EASING OF RESTRICTIONS
* The federal government has a three-phase plan to ease coronavirus restrictions in the coming weeks and months. It's up to states and territories to determine when to ease restrictions.
* All schools are back full time
* State borders in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, NT and Tasmania remain shut.
* JUNE 12 - National Cabinet Meeting of federal and state leaders
* JUNE 13 - NSW to reopen gyms, dance, yoga and pilates studios, indoor pools, saunas, tattoo and massage parlous.
- Racing set to resume in Tasmania
* JUNE 15 - The NT will lift mandatory hotel stays for interstate arrivals undergoing 14-day quarantine
* JUNE 22 - Victoria will increase its indoor and outdoor limit from 20 to 50 people, including restaurants and cafes, pubs, outdoor hobbies, community facilities and swimming pools.
* JULY 1 - NSW resumes community sport
* Late JULY - Victoria to increase limits from 50 to 100 people
* NOV 9 to DEC 2 - Year 11 and 12 students in Victoria will sit exams.
AUSTRALIAN CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* Australia has recorded 7285 cases with only 424 still active and no cases remaining in SA or the NT. Victoria has reported eight new cases with three people remaining in intensive care nationwide.
* The national death toll is 102: NSW 50, Victoria 19, Tasmania 13, WA 9, Queensland 6, SA 4, ACT 3. (Two QLD residents who died in NSW have been included in the official tolls of both states).
GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* Cases: at least 7,461,839
* Deaths: at least 419,090
* Recovered: at least 3,780,258
Data current as of 1830 AEST June 11, taking in federal government and state/territory government updates, the Johns Hopkins virus tracker and Worldometer.
Originally published as Latest snapshot of the coronavirus impact