1. SA Premier slams call to move quarantine from hotels to outback  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. South Australia avoided a coronavirus 'catastrophe', Premier Steven Marshall says  ABC News
  3. South Australia's opposition calls for end to hotel quarantine as state exits lockdown  The Guardian
  4. South Australian Premier Steven Marshall said coronavirus catastrophe avoided  NEWS.com.au
  5. Nicola Spurrier defends SA's hard lockdown, says state had 99 per cent chance of second wave  SBS News
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South Australia's Labor opposition has called on the state's government to ban international arrivals and immediately halt hotel quarantine after an outbreak plunged the state into lockdown.South Australia's Labor opposition has called on the state's government to ban international arrivals and immediately halt hotel quarantine after an outbreak plunged the state into lockdown.

SA Premier Steven Marshall says the state has avoided a coronavirus 'catastrophe' amid the Adelaide virus outbreak.SA Premier Steven Marshall says the state has avoided a coronavirus 'catastrophe' amid the Adelaide virus outbreak.

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Labor leader Peter Malinauskas says putting returned travellers into city hotels ‘does not work’Labor leader Peter Malinauskas says putting returned travellers into city hotels ‘does not work’

South Australia's opposition calls for end to hotel quarantine as state exits lockdown | South Australia | The Guardian

South Australia has avoided a “catastrophic” situation in the state with one new case linked to a medi-hotel and none linked to the Parafield cluster, Premier Steven Marshall says.South Australia has avoided a “catastrophic” situation in the state with one new case linked to a medi-hotel and none linked to the Parafield cluster, Premier Steven Marshall says.

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Chief public health officer Professor Nicola Spurrier advised premier Steven Marshall to throw the state into one of the world's toughest lockdowns on Wednesday.Chief public health officer Professor Nicola Spurrier advised premier Steven Marshall to throw the state into one of the world's toughest lockdowns on Wednesday.

Medical expert who rushed to shutdown South Australia over COVID-19 outbreak has 'no regrets' | Daily Mail Online

The South Australian government has revealed modelling showing the state would likely have faced a significant second wave of COVID-19 if it did not lock down.The South Australian government has revealed modelling showing the state would likely have faced a significant second wave of COVID-19 if it did not lock down.

Nicola Spurrier defends SA's hard lockdown, says state had 99 per cent chance of second wave | SBS News

South Australian Premier Steven Marshall is refusing to apologise for implementing a six-day lockdown which was based on the lie of one person. It comes after the South Australia government backtracked on its sudden lockdown after revealing to the public the decision to lockdown was based solely on the pizza workers’ story. Police in South Australia have launched a 20-strong taskforce to investigate why the pizza worker deliberately misled contact tracers along with anyone who might have covered for him. The man sparked a wave of new restrictions plunging 1.7 million Australians into the most draconian lockdown in the nation. The circuit-breaker lockdown will now be scrapped three days ahead of schedule, leaving concerns the South Australian public will not be so compliant about lockdowns in future. South Australian Premier Steven Marshall is refusing to apologise for implementing a six-day lockdown which was based on the lie of one person. It comes after the South Australia government backtracked on its sudden lockdown after revealing to the public the decision to lockdown was based solely on the pizza workers’ story. Police in South Australia have launched a 20-strong taskforce to investigate why the pizza worker deliberately misled contact tracers along with anyone who might have covered for him. The man sparked a wave of new restrictions plunging 1.7 million Australians into the most draconian lockdown in the nation. The circuit-breaker lockdown will now be scrapped three days ahead of schedule, leaving concerns the South Australian public will not be so compliant about lockdowns in future.

No new cases of locally-acquired COVID-19 have been uncovered, including those connected to the Parafield G...

South Australia records one new case, avoids 'catastrophic' second wave

South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said that the employee told officials that they were at Woodville Pizza Bar only to pick up an order.South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said that the employee told officials that they were at Woodville Pizza Bar only to pick up an order.

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South Australia is trying to return to normal this weekend after being thrown into tumult by the great Covid emergency that never was.Last Sunday, the state was rocked by shocking news. After monthsSouth Australia is trying to return to normal this weekend after being thrown into tumult by the great Covid emergency that never was.Last Sunday, the state was rocked by shocking news. After months