Tonight SA Police have made an update to the Parafield Cluster Restrictions in South Australia.
The Emergency Management (Parafield Cluster Isolation No 3) (COVID-19) Direction 2020 has been revoked and replaced by the Emergency Management (Parafield Cluster Isolation No4) (COVID-19) Direction 2020. This new Direction came into effect as of 6.35pm Saturday 28 November 2020.
The Direction provides updates after South Australia’s Stay at Home period.
The changes are minor and restrictions under the previous Direction largely apply.
An additional location has been added to the list which requires self-isolation of anyone who was physically present at the Intensive English Language Institute (Flinders University Sturt Campus, University Drive Bedford Park 5042, any time between 13 November until 28 November 2020.
The following restrictions and provisions are in place and carried over from the previous Direction.
This Direction applies to any person who was present at the following businesses and/or schools on one or more of the following days/times:
Year 9 students of Woodville High School who were at School – 23 to 24 November 2020, any time
SA Structural – Between 7.30am – 3.30pm on 12 November 2020
Roma Mitchel Secondary College – 12 & 13 November, any time
Thomas More College – 12 & 13 November 2020, any time
Mawson Lakes Primary School – 13 November 2020, any time
Elizabeth Aquadome – Between 11am – 1.30pm on 14 November 2020
Peppers Waymouth Hotel Adelaide – Any time between 2 November until 15 November 2020, including of these dates
Woodville Pizza Bar – Any time between 6 November until 16 November, including these dates. ***IMPORTANT- This also includes people who received a delivery from the Woodville Pizza Bar and the delivery driver.
This also applies to any members of the household of people who have are identified as attended Roma Mitchel Secondary College, Thomas More College, Mawson Lakes Primary School and Woodville Pizza Bar on the above dates.
If you were present at the businesses and/or schools at the times specified above you must:
- Travel by the most direct and practical route to your residential premises (home) unless you are already at that location;
- Reside and remain isolated and segregated from other people at your home for a period of 14 days commencing the last day you attended the business and/or school (or the member of your household attended the business and/or school);
- Ensure that you do not leave your home unless: for medical purposes, to obtain medical care or medical supplies, to receive a COVID-19 test, in an emergency situation or otherwise specified by the State Coordinator or delegate;
- Wear a mask when leaving the your home in the above situations and only travel directly to/from the destination (e.g. testing site);
- Take reasonable steps to ensure no other person enters your home unless another person usually lives there and are also isolating or they provide/receive care to/from you;
- Follow all reasonable directions from a treating medical practitioner;
- Get a COVID-19 test on day 1 and 12 of this Direction coming into effect; Note- If you have already received a test in the days between when you were last at the business/school and this Direction coming into effect then you are not required to get an additional test;
- Notify SA Health immediately if you develop any COVID-19 symptoms.
If you are advised by a medical practitioner that you have tested positive to COVID-19 you must remain in a health or other facility as instructed by SA Health until the medical practitioner certifies that you are eligible for discharge.
IMPORTANT- If you received a negative COVID-19 test result you MUST complete the specified 14 day self-quarantine period and continue to remain segregated from other people.
*Note- This does not apply to a person who was directed to and entered the hotel site of Peppers Waymouth Hotel Adelaide, as a member of the Outbreak Response Team that was dressed in full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).The Communicable Diseases Control Branch can be contacted on 1300 232 272.
All existing directions, frequently asked questions and other information can be found here: https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/emergency-declarations
If you require further information you can call the SA COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 between the hours of 9am to 5pm 7 days per week or go to the SA Health website at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au or www.sa.gov.au/covid-19
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