Phase 1A of the SA COVID-10 vaccine rollout will be administered to aged care and disability and frontline workers.
Today’s cases include a man in his 40s and a man in his 50s, who both acquired their infections overseas and have been in medi-hotels since their arrival.
The COVID-19 vaccine rollout throughout South Australia will be undertaken in line with the Commonwealth Government’s Vaccine Roadmap.
Those travelling from regional Victoria will no longer be required to quarantine.
Priority groups can receive the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine as early as March.
There have been no new cases of COVID-19 today. There have been a total of 606 cases notified in South Australia.
South Australia has adjusted its quarantine requirements after concern grows for Victoria's COVID-19 outbreak.
As of midnight tonight, Victoria will enter five days of strict lockdown rules.
As of midnight on Saturday, those entering SA from NSW or WA will not be required to undergo COVID-19 testing.
Today’s case is a man in his 30s who recently returned from overseas and has been in a medi-hotel since his arrival.
It is SA Health's understanding the recently reported cases in Victoria are likely one of the more transmissible COVID-19 variants.
Today’s cases are a man in his 30s and a man in his 40s who both recently returned from overseas and have been in medi-hotels since their arrival.
Zero new cases recorded in SA as active cases drop to two.
As of today, all medi-hotel workers in South Australia will receive a daily COVID-19 test.
The nine sites will be used to vaccinate key frontline health care workers, quarantine and border workers and residential aged care and disability staff as part of Phase 1a of the rollout.
Those quarantining after returning to South Australia from Western Australia can leave quarantine as of now, excluding people who were at the Four Points Hotel.
South Australians who have been in the Greater Melbourne area must be tested for COVID-19, however the border will remain open.
Next week, SA Health will gain access to the brand-new Tom's Court, which will accommodate the state's dedicated COVID-19 facility.
All four people acquired their infections overseas and have been in a medi-hotel since their arrival.
Submarine-like devices are being deployed into Adelaide’s wastewater network throughout metropolitan Adelaide in the fight against COVID-19.