SA Health Scrambling To Track Down Two People On COVID-Infected Flight To Adelaide

The next 24 hours is crucial


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Health authorities are still trying to track down two people on board the flight a COVID-infected miner caught to Adelaide from Alice Springs last Friday. 

South Australia Health are waiting on the test results of 121 passengers on-board the flight, and 116 people who were at the airport have been ordered into quarantine.

We're being told it's another important 24-hours as South Australia looks to avoid lock down.

South Australia recorded no new cases on Thursday, July 1, but we're being told the next 24-hours will tell if there's been any community transmission.

The returning miner is now at the Tom's Court medi-hotel with his family.

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Amber Lowther

2 July 2021

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