It comes after South Australia recorded six new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, including two locally acquired infections, two from interstate and one from overseas.
Another case is under investigation by SA Health to determine its source.
All of Sunday’s cases are fully vaccinated.
In an update issued late last night, SA Health said the Istanbul Lounge in Kensington Park has been deemed a close contact exposure location for Sunday, December 5 from 10am to 12pm.
Anyone unvaccinated who was at the Turkish restaurant at the designated time is required to quarantine for 14 days, while vaccinated contacts are required to quarantine for seven days.
SA Health also identified Qantas Flight 741 from Sydney to Adelaide (Rows 21 to 25) as a close contact location.
The flight arrived in Adelaide at 5:30pm on Friday, December 3.
Another interstate flight, Virgin Flight 233 from Melbourne to Adelaide (Rows 21 to 25) was also listed as a close contact location.
The Virgin flight arrived in Adelaide at 5:00pm on Friday, December 3.
The remaining rows on both flights have been deemed casual contact exposure locations, with those affected required to quarantine until they receive a negative test.
In Adelaide, the Fishbank Restaurant on King William Street (Sunday, November 28, 6:45pm to 9:30pm) and Press* Food & Wine on Waymouth Street (Tuesday, November 30, 11:45am to 1:30pm) have also been listed as casual contact exposure sites.
SA Health has also listed a restaurant in Glenelg and a café in Mile End as casual contact locations.
A full list of exposure site can be found here.
There are now more than 78 exposure sites listed in Adelaide, and 99 in total across the state.
The state’s tally of cases since the borders reopened on November 23 now sits at 46, including 42 active cases.
There have been 24 cases linked to the Norwood cluster, after two more were added on Sunday.
As of Saturday, 81.9 per cent of South Australians over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated, while 90.2 per cent have received at least one dose.
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