SA COVID-19 lockdown: Marshall says public exercise ban will be first to go

Original article by Andrew Hough, Matt Smith, Claire Bickers
The Advertiser – Page: Online : 20-Nov-20

South Australia recorded no new COVID-19 cases on 10 November, and the number of cases in the Parafield cluster has fallen to 22 after a close contact of a hotel security guard tested negative. However, health authorities are investigating 17 suspected cases that are linked to the cluster, while another 3,200 close and secondary contacts are in quarantine. Premier Steven Marshall has signalled that the unpopular ban on exercising in public places may be the first restriction to be eased, potentially before the six-day lockdown ends. There are 34 active COVID-19 cases across the state.


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