South Australia has officially recorded 12 days with zero new COVID-19 cases.
Professor Nicola Spurrier confirmed the news, also stating 420 people have now recovered from the virus, with seven active cases still present in South Australia.
Three people remain in hospital with COVID-19 but no one is in intensive care.
3.2% of the state’s population has now been tested, with Spurrier stating anyone who has even mild respiratory systems should be tested, particularly as the Winter months approach.
“We have one chance with this,” Spurrier said, stating that at the end of the week more clarity will be provided regarding the lifting of restrictions.
“We are going to lift these restrictions in the most sensible way we can,” she said.
More to come.