No new COVID-19 cases in SA as restrictions are once again placed on group gatherings • Glam Adelaide

No new COVID-19 cases in SA as restrictions are once again placed on group gatherings

There is a significantly higher risk of COVID-19 due to outbreaks interstate, so anyone with symptoms of COVID-19, no matter how mild, is urged to get tested.

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South Australia has recorded a day with no new COVID-19 cases after cases were reported on Wednesday and Thursday.

There are two active cases in SA and 441 people have been cleared of COVID-19. There have been four reported deaths from COVID-19, and more than 203,000 tests have been undertaken.

From 00:01am, Wednesday 29 July 2020, SA residents will no longer be able to return to SA from Victoria. Only essential travellers will be able to enter SA from Victoria.

As of midnight Tuesday, there will also be a cap announced on group gatherings in SA. There will be a cap of home gatherings of 50 people, and a cap of wedding and funerals of 100.

There is a significantly higher risk of COVID-19 due to current outbreaks interstate. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, no matter how mild, you need to get tested as soon as possible.

If you know someone with symptoms of COVID-19, encourage them to seek testing. Once you get a test, return home immediately and wait for your results. If you receive a negative test result, you should still stay at home and not attend work, school or childcare until you are feeling well again.

Do not go to public places if you are unwell – this includes work, education, childcare, shopping centres, sporting events, social or religious gatherings.

Everyone must continue to follow measures that will help stop the spread. Practice good hygiene, keep 1.5 metres distance from others and stay at home if you are unwell.

People experiencing any of the following symptoms should be tested for COVID-19:

  • Fever or chills (in the absence of an alternative illness that explains these symptoms)
  • An acute respiratory infection e.g. symptoms of cough, sore throat, runny nose, or shortness ofbreath
  • Loss of smell or alteration in the sense of taste

Call the SA COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 or click here for more information.

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