2 Apr 2020
South Australia's response to COVID-19
This content is current at 2 April 2020. Please visit the SA Health and Australian Government health platforms for up-to-date information.
Information about individual state and national responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is changing rapidly.
Investigations are ongoing into the cluster of cases identified at Adelaide Airport on 1 April. Eleven baggage handlers and another two close contacts have tested positive for COVID-19 (to the morning of 2 April).
Anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms and has been to the airport in the past 14 days, including to the carpark or terminal, should present for testing.
The AMA's Federal site has links to the latest information, as well as to media announcements from AMA doctors.
If you are in South Australia and you believe you may be infected, please call your GP. Alternatively, if you are able to, visit one of the dedicated clinics.
- Royal Adelaide Hospital
- Flinders Medical Centre
- Lyell McEwin Hospital
- Women's and Children's Hospital
- Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre
- Gawler Health Service
- Kangaroo Island Health Service
- South Coast District Hospital
- Mount Barker Hospital
- Mount Gambier & Districts Health Service
- Riverland General Hospital
- Tanunda War Memorial Hospital
- Yorke and Northern Local Health Network.
For information about drive-through clinics, please visit the SA Health webpage.
Published: 2 Apr 2020