South Australians who visited a public pool are required to isolate immediately - as health authorities release urgent alerts for dozens of venues across the state.
SA Health has ordered all swimmers who attended The Aquadome in Elizabeth, north of Adelaide, between 11.00am and 1.30pm on Saturday to self-quarantine for 14 days.
The state recorded one new coronavirus infection overnight following an outbreak in north Adelaide. There are now 20 confirmed and suspected cases associated to the emerging cluster.
The worrying numbers have prompted the state government to reimpose a range of coronavirus restrictions.
Pictured: A medical worker takes details from people queuing at a coronavirus testing site in Adelaide on Tuesday
The state has recorded one new coronavirus infection overnight following an outbreak in north Adelaide. Pictured: Residents line up for a covid-19 test on Tuesday
Patients who visited the emergency department of Lyell McEwin Hospital in Elizabeth Vale between 5.30pm on Friday and 8am on Saturday are also required to isolate for two weeks.
SA Health is contacting everyone who was at the hospital and the pool during the listed times.
They have also more than 40 venues where visitors should 'monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if symptoms appear'.
They include supermarkets, shopping centres, restaurants and bus routes.
Pubs, clubs and restaurants will be limited to 100 people per venue from Tuesday, with one person per four square metres and no stand-up drinking.
Table bookings and home gatherings will be capped at 10 people, with funerals limited to 50 and weddings to 150.
Gyms and recreation centres will be closed for two weeks and community sport fixtures will be cancelled - but schools will stay open.
Hair and nail salon workers and tattooists must wear masks, and general mask wearing is strongly advised where social distancing is not possible.
Dozens of South Australians line up for a covid-19 test after a cluster emerged in Adelaide's north
On Monday, people queued at testing stations across Adelaide for more than five hours with some being turned away.
Some centres stayed open late and SA Pathology boss Tom Dodd said that would continue.
On Tuesday, queues were even longer, with people lining up at drive-through centres from 4am.
'Clearly, we need to have all those sites operating for longer hours going forward from today,' Dr Dodd told ABC radio.
'I apologise to anyone who queued for a long time and wasn't able to get a test. We don't want to have that happening.
'We need to ensure we stay open to swab all the people who present.'
SA Health said residents who visited the below locations during the listed times should monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if symptoms appear.
BUS 502 FROM INTERNODE ADELAIDE BUS STOP ON GRENFELL STREETFriday 13 November 4.01pm – 5.30pmThursday 12 November 4.30pm – 5.30pmMonday 9 November 10.14am – 11.05am
BUS (GA1/GA2/GA3) FROM BUS STOP NEAR TRAIN STATIONTuesday 10 November 5.30pm – 6.30pmWednesday 11 November 3.40pm — 4.38pmSaturday 7 November 5.30pm – 6.30pm
MANTRA ON FROMEFriday 13 November 7.40 am – 3.45pmThursday 12 November 7.30 am – 4.00 pm
IT'S CONVENIENT, 63 WAYMOUTH STREETSaturday 14 November 6.00 pm – 6.15 pm
ADELAIDE EYE AND LASER CENTRE, 215 GREENHILL ROADFriday 13 November 10.00 am – 12.00 pm
SA STRUCTURAL, 54 KAURNA AVENUEThursday 12 November 7.00am – 3.30 pm
BIG W, ELIZABETH SHOPPING CENTRESaturday 14 November 10.00 am – 11.00 am
ELIZABETH SHOPPING CENTRESunday 8 November 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
HARRIS SCARFE, ELIZABETH SHOPPING CENTRESunday 8 November 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
EKAM INDIAN GROCERIES, ENFIELD PLAZAFriday 13 November 1.30 pm – 4.30 pm
WOOLWORTHS, FINDON ROADSaturday 14 November 8.30 pm – 8.35 pm
FULHAM GARDENS COMMUNITY CENTRE - FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS FUNCTIONSunday 8 November
SPOTLIGHT, 750 MAIN NORTH ROADThursday 12 November 6.30 pm – 7.00 pm
COLES SOUTH, INGLE FARM SHOPPING CENTREThursday 12 November 11.00 am – 11.30 am
COLES, 153-164 ANZAC HIGHWAYFriday 13 November 8.30 pm – 8.50 pm
FOODLAND, 6/12 CAPITAL STREETSaturday 14 November 1.30 pm – 2.00 pm
MINT LEAF LOUNGE, 6/121-131 MAWSON LAKES BOULEVARDThursday 12 November 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm
MARTINS ROAD FAMILY MEDICAL PRACTICE (PODIATRIST)Monday 9 November 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
PARAFIELD PLAZA SUPERMARKETThursday 12 November 10.30 am – 11.30 am
ON THE RUN POORAKA, OTR 126 BRIDGE ROADThursday 12 November 11.35 am – 11.40 am
HUNGRY JACKS, 321 COMMERCIAL ROADSaturday 14 November 12.00 am – 2.30 amFriday 13 November 7.30 pm – 12.00 am
BUS 405 FROM SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGEMonday 9 November 11.06 am – 12.00 pm
BUS 411 FROM SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGEWednesday 11 November 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm
BUS 500 FROM SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGEFriday 13 November 6.40 am – 7.40 amThursday 12 November 6.30 am – 7.40 amWednesday 11 November 6.38 am – 7.30 amTuesday 10 November 6.30 am – 7.40 amMonday 9 November 6.39 am – 7.40 am
NAMASTE SUPERMARKET, PARABANKS SHOPPING CENTRESaturday 14 November 1.30 pm – 2.00 pm
SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGEMonday 9 November 11.30 am – 12.00 pmSaturday 7 November 6.30 pm
SALISBURY CITY FRUIT BOWLFriday 13 November 10.00 am – 10.15am
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