Sumary of South Australia records two new local Covid-19 cases:
- South Australia has recorded two new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Thursday.
- Premier Steven Marshall confirmed the new infections, with the South Australian cluster rising to 14 cases.
- Emma Brasier Credit: News Corp AustraliaChief public health officer Nicola Spurrier said the parents of the positive siblings also attended Tenafeate Creek Winery but have so far returned a negative result.
- There are now 71 exposure locations listed on the SA Health website and Professor Spurrier said she hoped South Australians continued to check it for updates.
- Professor Spurrier said she was “very concerned” about The Greek on Halifax and the Tenafeate Creek Winery sites because of the testing figures.
- Professor Spurrier said everyone who attended either of those venues will be placed into hotel quarantine to complete their isolation for two weeks because they had a “slightly higher risk of getting Covid than some of our international travellers at the moment”.
- Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said there was a possibility the lockdown would be extended and understood the impact that could have on people in relationships as well as people who lived alone.