SA Health this morning said anyone who attended Goodlife Health Club at Marion from 7:20am to 8:30am on Tuesday November 30 must immediately quarantine and be tested.
Unvaccinated people are directed to quarantine for 14 days, get tested immediately and again on days six and 13, while vaccinated people must quarantine for seven days, get tested immediately and again on days six and 13.
SA Health also listed the Blanchetown Deli Takeaway & Hardware as a casual contact exposure site.
Anyone who attended between 3 and 5pm on Monday November 29 is directed to get tested and quarantine until they get a negative result, and get tested again on days six and 13.
The Gawler Health Service at Gawler East has been named a low risk casual contact, with anyone attending from 8:45am to 6pm on Tuesday November 30 to monitor for symptoms and get tested if any develop.
The new exposure sites join a pub, cafe, restaurant and medical centre in Adelaide’s west named by SA Health late on Thursday.
SA Health said the waiting room in the Trinity Medical Centre in Port Adelaide has been deemed a “close contact exposure” location.
Anyone fully vaccinated who was there on Tuesday, November 30 is asked to immediately get tested and quarantine for seven days, while unvaccinated contacts are required to quarantine for 14 days.
The Halfway Hotel in Beverley has been deemed a casual contact exposure location for Tuesday, November 30 from 7pm to 8:30pm.
The listing requires anyone at the pub at the designated time to quarantine until they receive a negative result.
The same order applies to the Thai Orchid Restaurant in Henley Beach, where a positive case also attended on the Tuesday from 5:45pm to 8pm.
The Western Hospital Courtside Café in Henley Beach has also been deemed a low risk casual contact location, with anyone there on Monday, November 29 from 10:30am to 11:00am or Tuesday, November 30, asked to monitor for symptoms.
The latest sites add to a growing list of exposure locations identified by SA Health this week.
On Thursday, health authorities listed the Stir Restaurant in Largs North as a casual contact exposure, while the Mount Barker General Hospital and BIG4 West Beach Parks at West Beach were deemed low risk casual contact locations.
SA Health on Wednesday listed exposure sites at Norwood, Glenelg, Unley and the city connected to the locally acquired cases.
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