17 People have been tests positive in South Australia new community infection
16 November the chief medical officer of South Australia, Australia, stated that the community infection of Coronavirus in Adelaide, the state’s capital, has led to 17 people being diagnosed, and hundreds of close contacts have been quarantined, adding that the incident was “very serious “.
On the 15th, an 80-year-old old man was diagnosed with Coronavirus after seeing a doctor in a hospital in northern Adelaide. She had been to supermarkets and other public places before being diagnosed.
A woman in her 50s and a man in her 60s who had been in close contact with her were subsequently diagnosed. Currently, the health department has ordered the closure of a fast food restaurant, two schools, and a supermarket. The state police said that the next 24 to 48 hours will decide whether to implement an anti-pandemic lockdown