SA contact tracing and exposure locations

South Australia – Health alert

Below are locations in South Australia where there is a risk you may have been exposed to COVID-19. Please follow the relevant health advice carefully.

If you are at an exposure location at the specified date/time, complete this form to notify SA Health you were at the location.

This page is updated frequently. Check back regularly to see if more locations have been added.

Exposure Site Map

Exposure Site Table

 Tier 1 — Get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days with your household

If you were at a Tier 1 location at the specified dates and times, you and your household members must:

  • immediately quarantine for 14 days since you were at the location

  • get tested immediately

  • get tested again on day 5 and day 13.

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Tier 2 — Get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days

If you were at a Tier 2 location at the specified dates and times, you must:

  • immediately quarantine for 14 days since you were at the location, ensuring you quarantine away from others (including household members)

  • get tested immediately

  • get tested again on day 5 and day 13.

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Tier 3 — Get tested immediately and quarantine until first negative

If you were at a Tier 3 location at the specified dates and times, you must:

  • get a COVID-19 test as soon as possible and quarantine until you receive a negative result

  • get tested again on day 5 and day 13 after the last day you were at the location. There is no requirement to quarantine after the day 5 and 13 test, unless you have symptoms.

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Tier 4 — Monitor for symptoms

If you were at a Tier 4 location, monitor yourself for symptoms and get tested as soon as they develop.

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Information for affected businesses and venues

SA Health makes every effort to contact businesses prior to updating the exposure sites and appreciates the ongoing assistance of SA businesses in managing exposures to COVID-19.

If your business is identified as an exposure location and you have not yet been contacted by SA Health, please immediately close the business (if not already required to under level 5 restrictions) and send staff home. SA Health will be in contact as soon as possible.

Interstate exposure locations and health advice

See the interstate contact tracing and exposure locations page for information about travel restrictions, testing and quarantine advice for other states and territories.

Testing and quarantine timing

How long do I need to be in quarantine and when do I need to get tested?

The day you last visited an exposure location is counted as day 0. If required, you must quarantine for 14 more days from this date.

You must obtain your first test within 24 hours of being notified or becoming aware that you have been at an exposure location. You are required to have a day 5 and day 13 test after exposure.

If you don’t have your first test until 4 to 7 days after exposure, you are not required to have a test on day 5 but instead must have a test on day 9. You are not required to have more than one test in a 48 hour window, unless symptomatic or directed by an Authorised Officer.

You must have a negative result in your day 13 test before you can leave quarantine.
If your first test is on day 13, you only need one test (your day 13 test) unless otherwise instructed.

You should get tested immediately at any time during the 14 days if you develop new symptoms.

You may be required to get tested at other times when directed to do so by SA Health or a person acting on behalf of SA Health.