Australia South Australia records three new COVID-19 cases
A breakdown of today's COVID-19 news in each state and territory
Saturday saw developments in COVID-19 news around much of the country. Here's a quick guide to what's new.Click on a link below to jump to your state or territory.
Three new cases of COVID-19 have been detected in
Premier Steven Marshall today confirmed all the latest infections were already in quarantine.
Chief Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said one of the cases was a child who had returned from overseas.
Video: South Australia records one new COVID-19 case (Sky News Australia)
One is linked to the the Tenafeate Creek Wines at Yattalunga and other is associated with the Greek on Halifax restaurant.
The state received a record breaking 23,719 tests yesterday.
Mr Marshall said because of people's "diligence", South Australia was on track to come out of lockdown on Tuesday night.
The Transition Committee will meet today and again tomorrow to determine when restrictions across SA will ease.
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