The SA branch of The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation have called for changes to the Workers' Compensation Act and the re-employment...
Two new positive COVID-19 cases were announced today in South Australia, one person in their 20s, and one in their 50s.
The SA Government is expanding the capacity of its coronavirus hotline with training for 850 new call centre staff beginning this week.
SA will provide free car parking for hospital staff during the coronavirus pandemic to support frontline hospital staff.
The SA Government will fund ground-breaking medical research for a trial to boost protection against COVID-19.
Vaccines, wind turbines and innovative software platforms are among the developments to receive funding.
The former Wakefield Hospital’s transformation to a fully-equipped dedicated Covid-19 response facility is now complete.
The construction of the new surgical unit, in the $96 million Modbury Hospital redevelopment, is set to be fast-tracked
Immediate financial support will be provided for South Australia’s taxi industry which has been hit hard by the impacts of the coronavirus.
KickStart for Kids now offering care packs for disadvantaged children in the wake of Covid-19.
Award-winning distillery joins the chorus of local distillers aiding SA healthcare efforts.
Hundreds of thousands of litres of hand sanitiser has been secured for hospitals, schools and other government services.
Today marks the fifth day of low case increase in South Australia, with one new case marked, a person in their twenties.
Bringing Australians stuck overseas home, the launch of a new coronavirus helpline, and progress on ventilator manufacturing in Australia discussed by Health...
Businesses with significant loss of income or who been forced to close as a result of necessary coronavirus-related restrictions, will be offered...
Fee relief will be provided to the commercial seafood and charter boat sectors, which have been significantly impacted as a result of...
The new hotline aims to help South Australians with personal hardship assistance, food relief, short-term accommodation advice or emotional and wellbeing support.
The number of cases from this cluster stands at 33. The divide being 18 baggage handlers and 15 secondary cases.
120 of South Australia's 415 COVID-19 cases have recovered, with more people recovering than being infected.
The woman acquired COVID-19 from the Ruby Princess cruise ship, and passed away this morning in the Royal Adelaide Hospital.