More than 70 fines have been issued across South Australia for people breaching COVID-19 rules during the state's seven-day lockdown.
The measures were imposed on Tuesday in response to a cluster of coronavirus cases now standing at 16.
People can only leave their homes to offer critical care to others, for essential work, to shop for groceries, to seek medical help or to exercise.
Police have issued 73 fines and another 100 formal cautions.
Two businesses have also be cautioned for breaching the regulations.
Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said a number of arrests had been made but they involved offences, such as break-ins or assaults, unrelated to the lockdown provisions.
However, those people were also dealt with under the Emergency Management Act, because the nature of their activities meant they breached the lockdown rules.
"Committing crime is not one of the five reasons for leaving home," he said.
Australian Associated Press