South Australia has avoided a “catastrophic” situation in the state with one new case linked to a medi-hotel and none linked to the Parafield cluster, the Premier said.
The new infection is a woman in her 20s who has returned from overseas, she remains in hotel quarantine. The woman only became symptomatic on day ten of her 14-day quarantine period.
There are no new cases linked to the Parafield cluster in Adelaide’s northern suburbs.
“The consequences of not acting quickly and following that health advice would have been absolutely catastrophic on all businesses, families and individuals in our state in a few moments time,” Premier Steven Marshall said on Sunday.
Testing rates in the state were “phenomenal” with 16,982…