Siblings who attended SA winery test positive to COVID-19
South Australia has recorded two new cases connected to its latest COVID–19 outbreak.
They are a brother and sister in their 20s who went to the Tenafeate Creek winery north of Adelaide on Sunday afternoon.
A record 17,592 tests were conducted yesterday, up from 13,000 on Tuesday.
Premier Steven Marshall said South Australia might be facing a “very different situation” if the state had not gone into a seven-day lockdown on Tuesday evening.
“A massive thank you to the people of South Australia for abiding with the restrictions that have been put in place,” he said.
“Of course, I’m cautiously optimistic … a huge number of results have come in over the last 24 hours but we’re not out of the woods yet.”
Tenafeate Creek Wines is one of 71 exposure sites named by SA Health.
The cases stem…