InDaily InDaily

Support independent Journalism Donate Subscribe
Support independent journalism

Health Minister Stephen Wade

Get InDaily in your inbox. Daily. The best local news sent straight to your inbox every workday at lunchtime.

Thanks for signing up to the InDaily newsletter.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
News

'Virtual' treatment for COVID-infected SA children

Children who become mildly infected with COVID-19 after SA reopens its borders will be treated at home via videoconferences with medical staff, while a dedicated treatment space will be set up at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital for those whose infections are more serious.

News

SA waiting for COVID case surge modelling

UPDATED: Health Minister Stephen Wade has denied South Australia could report up to 4000 active COVID-19 cases once borders reopen, saying commissioned modelling on the state’s projected caseload is at least one week away from being delivered.