On Sunday, the state’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr Nicola Spurrier reignited concern around community transmission in Adelaide, despite confirming that the state had recorded zero new cases.
Professor Spurrier said that health authorities had become aware of a man who had breached quarantine after being identified as a contact of a case at the Intensive English Language Institute at Flinders University’s Sturt Campus.
“When I spoke yesterday my initial understanding was that the case was in quarantine and certainly they were considered a casual contact at the Intensive English Language Institute,” Professor Spurrier told reporters on Sunday.
“But unfortunately they did not spend the whole time in quarantine and at one point they were out and about on one particular day.”
SA Health has since released a new list of locations understood to have been visited by the man.
Anyone who visited the following locations at the prescribed times is being asked to get tested ASAP:
- Big W Brickworks – Sun Nov 22 (12:15pm – 12:50pm)
- Foodland Norwood – Sun Nov 22 (1:20pm – 2:00pm)
- Kmart Kurralta Park – Sun Nov 22 (2:45pm – 3:10pm)
The man is also understood to have visited other locations for a shorter period of time. Anybody who visited the below locations at the listed times is being urged to monitor for symptoms and get tested if they start experiencing any symptoms:
- OTR Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton – Sun Nov 22 (12:05pm – 12:15pm)
- Anaconda Mile End – Sun Nov 22 (12:55pm – 1:05pm)
- Guzman y Gomez, Glandore – Sun Nov 22 (2:45pm – 2:50pm)
- Boost Juice, Glenelg – Sun Nov 22 (3:20pm – 3:30pm)