Another Adelaide man's been hospitalised with Meningococcal.
The 58 year old is in a serious condition after contracting the W-strain of the disease.
He's the eighth case recorded in SA so far this year and the third with that strain.
Three people have been diagnosed with the B-strain and two the Y.
SA Health has advised anyone he's been in contact with to receive antibiotics.
Do you know the symptoms to look out for?
For kids -
Refusal to feed
Cold hands and feet
Tiny red of purple spots that spread to look like fresh bruises
While in older kids and adults -
Drowsiness or confusion
The distinctive rash