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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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No SA lockdown after five new COVID cases

UPDATED: South Australia will not be ordered into lockdown despite recording five new coronavirus cases linked to a Northern Territory mine – but home gatherings have been restricted to 10 and people are being urged to work from home and wear masks while in public.

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SA imposes new rules on masks, crowds, drinking and singing

Masks must be worn indoors in high risk settings, private gatherings will be capped at 150 people and licensed premises will return to a one person per two-square-metre density cap with a ban on drinking alcohol while standing indoors, under a series of restrictions to be reimposed in South Australia from midnight.