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Pizza worker seeks SA Health secrets

The lawyer for the Spanish pizza bar worker accused by SA authorities of sparking last month’s statewide lockdown has asked SA Health to hand over the information it refused to give to SA Police about his client’s alleged “lie”.

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SA Chief Public Health Officer Professor Nicola Spurrier and Police Commissioner Grant Stevens. Photo: David Mariuz/AAP
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Stevens overrules Spurrier to lift customer cap on pubs, hospitality venues

SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has overruled the advice of chief public health officer Professor Nicola Spurrier to immediately relax density caps on hospitality venues to one person per two-square-metres, as the state today recorded its sixth straight day of no new coronavirus cases.

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SA Police's $11m COVID-19 budget blowout

The coronavirus pandemic has forced SA Police to spend an unbudgeted $10.9 million in the past three months while up to 550 sworn officers have been redirected from their usual policing duties to respond solely to COVID-19, Commissioner Grant Stevens says.

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No quick SA entry likely for Victorians

Victorians might have to wait for up to 28 days of no reported cases of community transmission before they are allowed to travel to South Australia, SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens says, after the eastern state today reached its second straight day of no new COVID-19 cases.