Two new locally acquired Covid-19 cases have been recorded in South Australia amid growing concerns about two “super-diffusion” events.
South Australia recorded two new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Thursday.
Prime Minister Steven Marshall confirmed the new infection as the South Australian cluster increased to 14 cases.
He said the new case, both brothers and sisters in their twenties, was in Tenafeate Creek Winery.
This is after six new cases have been linked to two “Superspreader” events on Wednesday night. Five are related to the winery from 1:45 pm to 4:30 pm on Sunday, and the other case is from The Greek on Halifax restaurant on Saturday night.
Chief Health Officer Nicholas Parier said it was “very serious” when he announced the incident Wednesday night.
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