South Australia Covid update as at 7 December 2021

There have been four new cases of COVID-19 reported today. There have been 975 cases reported in South Australia to date.

Today’s cases are two men aged in their 40s and two women aged in their teens and 20s. Of these two cases, two were acquired interstate and two acquired their infection locally and are close contacts linked to the Norwood cluster.

A woman in her 50s has been transferred to the Royal Adelaide Hospital and is in a stable condition. A man in his 60s remains in the Royal Adelaide Hospital also in a stable condition.

SA Health has identified new COVID-19 exposure locations in South Australia associated with a positive case of COVID-19.

If you attended an exposure location, you are required to follow the relevant health advice.

Close contact exposure locations:

LOCKLEYS – West Torrens Baseball Club (Club rooms/bar patrons)

  • Friday 3 December – 6.00 pm – 8.30 pm

Unvaccinated contacts – If you are unvaccinated and were at the above Close contact exposure locations at the specified date and time, you must:

  • immediately quarantine for 14 days since you were at the location
  • get tested immediately
  • get tested again on day 6 and day 13

Vaccinated contacts – If you are vaccinated and were at the above Close contact exposure locations at the specified date and time, you must:

  • immediately quarantine for 7 days since you were at the location
  • get tested immediately
  • get tested again on day 6 and day 13
  • not attend high risk settings or COVID Management Plan events for 14 days after exposure
  • wear a surgical mask when around others
  • avoid contact with vulnerable people, avoid non-essential activities where possible and avoid shared spaces and maintain physical distancing on days 8 to 14 after exposure.

Casual contact exposure locations:

LOCKLEYS – West Torrens Baseball Club (Outside patrons)

  • Friday 3 December – 5.00 pm – 6.30 pm

If you were at one of the above Casual contact exposure locations at the specified dates and times, you must:

  • get tested immediately and quarantine until you receive a negative result
  • get tested again on day 6 and day 13
  • wear a surgical mask when around others at all times
  • avoid contact with vulnerable people (elderly, pregnant, young children), avoid non-essential activities where possible, avoid shared spaces and maintain physical distancing.

If you were at any of the above locations, but not at the specified date and time, monitor yourself for symptoms and get tested as soon as symptoms develop.

You may not always receive a call, SMS or email from SA Health. You must follow the relevant health advice even if you have not been contacted.

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, no matter how mild, please seek testing as soon as possible.

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