Sumary of Siblings who attended SA winery test positive to COVID-19, long waits at testing sites:
- Key points:Two new cases were announced in SA todayThey both attended a winery north of AdelaideA record number of tests were conducted yesterdayThey are a brother and sister in their 20s who went to the Tenafeate Creek winery north of Adelaide on Sunday afternoon.
- A record 17,592 tests were conducted yesterday, up from 13,000 on Tuesday.
- Tenafeate Creek Wines is one of 71 exposure sites named by SA Health.
- All of them will be put into a medi-hotel, Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said.
- “From my perspective — from a public health perspective — those people are at least the same if not a slightly higher risk of getting COVID than some of our international travellers at the moment and we’ll be treating those people in the same way,” she said.
- ListenDuration: 3 minutes 22 seconds3m 22s Tenafeate Creek Wines owner Larry Costa describes how the winery is preparing to reopen once the lockdown ends.
- A total of 14 people are now connected with the outbreak, which Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier has now named the Modbury cluster.
- “It was 14 hours and five minutes — I got into the queue at 10:45pm last night and came out at 2:20pm today,” Paul McCormack told ABC News yesterday.