Two plane loads of repatriated Aussies will be quarantined in South Australia after landing in Adelaide on international flights.

An Air India flight arriving from New Delhi lands in Adelaide this morning, bringing with it 149 repatriated Aussies.

Meanwhile, another flight from Singapore touches down this morning, carrying 123 people.

All arrivals on the two flights will be taken to hotels in the city for a two-week mandatory quarantine.

The flights come as the state records multiple new cases of COVID-19, including one in a man who recently arrived on a repatriation flight over the weekend.

South Australia has recorded nine new cases of COVID-19 over the past 10 days, with 95 close contacts of those with the disease now being monitored for any symptoms.

The state will re-introduce some coronavirus restrictions from midnight tonight, limiting the amount of people allowed in homes to 10.


Patrons at licensed venues will also be required to be seated while consuming alcohol once again.

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