SA Health has listed new exposure sites related to a third positive COVID-19 case, including a Qantas flight that arrived in Adelaide on Wednesday morning.
- Qantas flight QF733 arrived in Adelaide from Sydney on Wednesday morning
- Rows one to four have been listed as a close contact exposure location
- The rest of the plane and Krispy Kreme in Adelaide Airport have been listed as casual contact exposure sites
Rows one to four on Qantas flight QF733 from Sydney to Adelaide, which arrived at the airport at 10:15am yesterday, have been listed a close contact exposure location.
Unvaccinated people who were on that flight in the first four rows must immediately quarantine for 14 days, get tested straight away and be retested on days six and 13.
Vaccinated contacts must immediately get tested and quarantine for seven days.
They will be required to retest on days six and 14.
The rest of the flight has been listed as a casual contact exposure location.
Krispy Kreme at Adelaide Airport has also been listed as a casual contact exposure location.
Anyone who was there between 10:40am and 11:20am on Wednesday is considered a casual contact and will need to get tested immediately.
They will need to quarantine until they receive a negative test, get tested again on days six and 13, and wear a surgical mask when around others at all times.
Adelaide Airport has been listed as a low-risk casual contact site for anyone who was there between 10:15am and 11:25am.
A number of stores within Brighton Central have also been listed as low-risk casual contact sites.
Anyone who was at Foodland, Brighton City Meats and Brighton Fresh Seafoods between 12:45pm and 1:15pm is considered a low-risk casual contact.
Those people must monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if any develop.
Anyone who also visited Brighton Central’s Foodland between 5:00pm and 5:20pm is a low-risk casual contact.
SA Health is expected to release further details on this case later today.
Check the table below to find all the sites and exposure windows.
You can find information on testing site hours and the nearest site to you on the SA Health website.
Two new cases yesterday
Yesterday, South Australia recorded its first two cases of COVID-19 since the borders were opened to vaccinated travellers on November 23.
They included a young Victorian girl who travelled to the state by road with her family, and a Victorian man who tested positive for COVID a month ago.
The man was not believed to be infectious.
The girl and her family have now returned interstate to their home near the Victorian border to quarantine, while her two grandparents in SA will be required to undertake seven days of home quarantine.
Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said the family only stopped once in South Australia, to use a public toilet, but it was not being considered an exposure site.