The Adelaide lawyer representing the Woodville Pizza Bar worker accused of misleading health authorities before the statewide lockdown says he senses “double standards” in the Government’s approach to other cases – including a man in his 30s whose apparent shopping spree has prompted fresh warnings for South Australians to get tested.
It’s been a hell of a fortnight for South Australia, with no shortage of anxiety and mixed messages. Once in a while, it’s worth lightening the mood a little – and sometimes the best way to make sense of it all is a quick recap, in (mostly Simpsons) gif form.
The Parafield COVID cluster has grown to 31 with another new case confirmed today, as health authorities continue to probe how and when a Woodville schoolgirl caught the virus.
EXCLUSIVE | An unofficial guide to contact tracing is prominently displayed on a fridge door in SA Health’s Communicable Disease Control Branch office, headlined by a primary rule: “Everybody lies.”