South Australia coronovirus update as at 14 January 2021

There have been no new cases of COVID-19 today. There have been a total of 590 cases notified in South Australia.

Two people who had been at Brisbane’s Hotel Grand Chancellor who entered SA have been followed up by SA Health and they are no longer in the state. We are in the process of confirming if an additional two people from the hotel have recently arrived via Victoria.

People who entered SA from New South Wales between 8 January and 13 January 2021 who are currently in quarantine can apply to SA Health for a review of their quarantine requirement on a case by case basis.

They must be able to provide evidence that they have not been in a Prohibited Location in the preceding 14 days. Suitable evidence includes food and petrol receipts, bank statements or accommodation records.

Applications with supporting evidence should be made using the SA Health Essential Traveller exemption application. People must remain in quarantine until they receive written advice from SA Health or their quarantine period ends.

People who entered SA before 8 January 2021 must remain in quarantine for the remainder of their 14 days.

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