South Australia's Covid cases FALL with 3,023 new infections recorded

South Australia's Covid cases FALL with 3,023 new infections recorded
South Australia's Covid cases FALL with 3,023 new infections recorded
South Australia's Covid cases FALL with 3,023 new infections recorded – as new testing rules for teachers are revealed South Australia reported a fall in new COVID-19 infections on Friday SA reported six deaths COVID related deaths and an increase  hospitalisations  Teachers will  be given RATs to use if they come in close contact with Covid case If they test negative on daily checks, they will be allowed to continue teaching

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South Australia has reported a fall in new COVID-19 infections with Premier Steven Marshall saying the drop is further evidence the state may have reached the peak in the current Omicron-fuelled outbreak.

Mr Marshall said there were 3023 new infections on Friday, down from 3777 on Thursday.

'These numbers do bob around a bit but this is very significantly under our (3569) seven-day average,' the premier said.

'I'm increasingly hopeful we have got on top of this very dangerous Omicron wave.'

Premier Steven Marshall said the drop is further evidence the state may have reached the peak in the current Omicron-fuelled outbreak

Premier Steven Marshall said the drop is further evidence the state may have reached the peak in the current Omicron-fuelled outbreak

SA also reported six more deaths of people with COVID-19 and an increase in the number of people in hospital to 298 with 33 in intensive care and seven on ventilators.

The state's active cases were reported at 31,582, a fall of 6906 in the past 24 hours.

SA Health said genome sampling indicated 95 per cent of SA's new infections were now the Omicron variant.

The premier revealed the latest

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