South Australia continues to see slow growth in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases, with the state recording just two new cases for the second day in a row.

So far there have been 411 confirmed cases in the state in total, with the number of cases attributed to the airport cluster standing at 28, with officials expecting more.

According to The Advertiser, only 28 tests were conducted at the RAH’s dedicated COVID-19 clinic on Sunday, with over 33,000 tests undertaken by SA Pathology in total.

The state’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr Nicola Spurrier thanked South Aussies for committing to flattening the curve, however, reminded people that it is not time to be complacent.

There are currently 20 people in hospital from the disease, with 10 people in the RAH’s intensive care unit, ranging in age from 44 to 77.

So far, cruise ships have accounted for around 30 per cent of confirmed cases across the the state.