With growing concerns about two “super spread” incidents, South Australia has recorded two new local cases of Covid-19 infection.
South Australia recorded two new local Covid-19 cases on Thursday.
Governor Steven Marshall confirmed the new cases of infection, and the cluster of cases in South Australia rose to 14 cases.
He said the new cases are siblings in their 20s, both at Tenafeate Creek Winery.
Prior to this, there were six new cases on Wednesday night related to two “super spread” incidents-five of which were related to wineries from 1.45 pm to 4.30 pm on Sunday, and one case from The Greek on Halifax restaurant. .
Chief Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said the situation was “very serious” when he announced the case on Wednesday night.
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