South Australia’s Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr Michael Cusack updated the public today with the COVID-19 case increase.
With four new cases today, the statistics show a consistent case increase, with three days of low growth. The state’s total number of cases stands at 415.
The age range of the new cases spans from 20 to 70 years old.
Dr Michael Cusack says that the first case of community transfer may have surfaced.
There are currently 18 patients in ICU and six are critical.
This follows this morning’s news of the first SA death due to COVID-19 which occurred yesterday.
More to come.
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