Latest Updates - COVID-19
The latest official COVID-19 news and updates in Australia and South Australia.
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Adelaide Airport cluster
Investigations are ongoing into the cluster of cases identified at Adelaide Airport however no additional cases have been identified since yesterday and the total number of cases remains at 28.
Anyone who is sick with symptoms of COVID-19 and has been at the Adelaide Airport, including in the terminal or car park, since Tuesday 17 March should present for testing.
There are 38 confirmed cases linked to areas within the Barossa region including Tanunda, Nuriootpa, Williamstown, Angaston and Lyndoch.
Anyone in these areas from Saturday 14 March 2020 who develops symptoms should immediately self-isolate and be tested.
Travel in or out of these towns should now be limited and any non-essential travel within the region is discouraged. Anyone attending work should adhere to social distancing guidelines and working from home is encouraged.
A dedicated COVID-19 testing clinic opened at Tanunda War Memorial Hospital for people in the region with symptoms of COVID-19.
Information about restrictions on visiting aged care facilities in South Australia to protect older people.
The latest coronavirus disease updates from the Australian Government.
Details of known confirmed cases in South Australia can be found on the Confirmed and Suspected Cases in South Australia page.
This page includes maps showing the distribution of confirmed COVID-19 cases in metropolitan Adelaide and across the State.
Advice for passengers on flights with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in South Australia.
Latest press conference
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Health alerts issued by SA Health's Communicable Disease Control Branch.
A summary of information updates as the COVID response evolves in South Australia.
Official SA Heath media releases.
Message from the Chief Executive.
A summary of the current interstate and international travel restrictions in force in South Australia.