SA to go into lockdown to control cluster

By Tim Dornin
Updated November 18 2020 - 6:54am, first published 6:51am
SA Premier Steven Marshall says the six-day lockdown will reduce the risk of the virus spreading.

South Australia will go into lockdown for six days, with a range of restrictions to provide a "circuit-breaker" and help control a worrying cluster of COVID-19 cases in Adelaide.

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