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Premier Steven Marshall and chief public health officer Professor Nicola Spurrier. Photo: Tony Lewis/InDaily
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SA delays lifting restrictions after recording another 688 cases

UPDATED | The Marshall Government’s plan to ease COVID restrictions on December 28 has been postponed until next year and South Australians have been urged to work from home for the next month in a bid to stop a surge in Omicron infections after another 688 COVID-19 cases were recorded today.

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'Cause for optimism' after just one new SA case

South Australia has recorded a single new COVID-19 case overnight – a man who visited Tenafeate Creek Wines and was not infectious while in the community – prompting Premier Steven Marshall to express hope that the state’s lockdown might be able to lift after seven days.  

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