South Australia has recorded one new case of COVID-19 this morning, as the state hit another daily testing record yesterday.
The new case is linked to the Tenafeate Creek Wines cluster, a man in his 60s. The man was reported to be in quarantine at home and did not spend time in the community while infectious.
A list of exposure sites – including Seppeltsfield winery and the public toilet at the Tanunda-based Barossa Visitor Centre announced late Thursday afternoon – is available here SA Health website.
SA Premier, Mr Steven Marshall said a new daily record of 23,572 returned results was reached yesterday.
“We have cause for optimism, but we only have cause for optimism, because of the great co-operation we have from the people of South Australia,” he said.
“People are doing the right thing, they are reducing movement right across this state.”