South Australia enters into 6-days Lockdown due to rise in COVID Cases

South Australia administration has announced a six-day in the region to contain the growing numbers of new Coronavirus cases. With this new imposition being made, now the South Australian people have been advised to stay at home.

Currently  in South Australia only one person from each household can leave home each day, and only for specific purposes.  Schools, universities, cafes and restaurants will close and mask-wearing will be mandatory. And official said  “Time is of the essence, and we must act swiftly and decisively, we cannot wait to see how bad this becomes.”

All the factories other than food producing and medical products will be closed for six days, and also the construction industry. Although critical infrastructure and essential services including supermarkets and petrol stations will remain open.

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