* Queensland will reopen to all of regional NSW from Tuesday, but Sydneysiders and Victoria will remain on the COVID-19 border blacklist.
* Western Australia's hard border closures will be eased for all states and territories, with Premier Mark McGowan outlining a move to a new regime from November 14.
* WA recorded one new case on Friday - a woman in her 20s who is in hotel quarantine after returning from overseas.
* Premier Steven Marshall says SA will look to host more smaller events and fewer big events in response to COVID-19.
* Victoria has reported no new coronavirus deaths, leaving the state toll at 819 and the national figure at 907
* Four new cases, although two could be false positives and the others are under investigation for links to known outbreaks.
* There are 80 active cases across the state, none in regional Victoria.
* Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged states not to remain "stuck in neutral" as coronavirus case numbers are driven down but borders remain up.
* November 2 - Regional Victorian residents allowed to travel to the Northern Territory if case numbers remain low.
* November 6 - Victoria's hotel quarantine inquiry interim report due. Tasmania plans to open its border to NSW residents without quarantine. Queensland reopens to regional NSW.
* November 8 - From 11:59pm, the 25km travel rule scrapped and the Metropolitan Melbourne-regional Victoria border will end, reuniting the state. Gyms and fitness studios can reopen subject to density quotas, while patron limits for hospitality will increase.
* Western Australia will reopen its borders to all states and territories from November 14, but some restrictions will remain for people from NSW and Victoria.
AUSTRALIAN CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* There were 12 new cases recorded in Australia, including four in Victoria, six in NSW, one in Queensland and one in WA.
* The national death toll is 907: Victoria 819, NSW 55, Tasmania 13, WA 9, Queensland 6, SA 4, ACT 3. (Two Queensland residents who died in NSW have been included in the official tolls of both states.)
GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS
* Cases: at least 45,347,700
* Deaths: at least 1,186,389
* Recovered: at least 32,995,952
Data current as of 1800 AEDT October 30, taking in federal and state/territory government updates, Worldometer and Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Centre.
Australian Associated Press