As Adelaide’s COVID-19 cluster develops, more than a dozen individuals have tested positive for coronavirus in South Australia.
At least 17 individuals have now been infected with the virus, with Professor Nicola Spurrier, Chief Health Officer, describing the current situation as a significant’ wake-up call.’
Fifteen out of 17 cases are from the same family and two others are related.
On Sunday, three individuals, an 80-year-old woman, her daughter, and her daughter’s partner, were tested positive for COVID by the SA health authorities.
A worker in a medi-hotel and a prison guard from Yatala are among the incidents.
In the hospital, an elderly woman and another person are being treated.
Over 100 people were seen gathering without masks on Melbourne beach over the weekend.
The cases are the first cases in the state since April that have been transmitted locally.