A number of public health alerts have been issued for businesses like Big W, Kmart and Foodland in Adelaide after a positive COVID-19 case breached a quarantine order.
The man was a casual contact of a COVID-19 case and was ordered to self-quarantine, but he breached the direction and later tested positive for the virus.
As such SA Health has asked anyone who attended the below locations to seek testing immediately, even those without symptoms of COVID-19:
- Big W Brickworks, South Rd, Torrensville - Sunday 22 November 12.15pm to 12.50pm
- Flinders University Sturt Campus, Bedford Park - 13 November to 28 November
- Foodland, The Parade, Norwood - Sunday 22 November 1.20pm to 2.00pm
- Kmart, Anzac Hwy, Kurralta Park - Sunday 22 November 2.45pm to 3.10pm
SA Health has established a new pop-up testing clinic near Brickworks in Torrensville.
The clinic, at the Thebarton Community Centre, will be upon from 8am to 8pm, and no bookings or referrals are needed.
SA recorded no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, but there are still 17 active cases of the virus in the state.
Updated at 9.23am AEDT on 30 November 2020.
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