A man in his 30s, who had attended the Intensive English Language Institute at Flinders University, broke his required home quarantine and wandered around Adelaide, visiting various shops, on 22nd November.
He visited these shops after getting a COVID negative result, and had not actually been told to isolate for 14 days.
South Australians are now being asked to take COVID tests, to try to stop a further outbreak in the state.
“South Australian health authorities are urging anyone who visited a Flinders University campus and three other high-risk locations to get tested for coronavirus immediately.”
The 3 locations are: Big W Brickworks in Torrensville, Foodland in Norwood and Kmart at Kurralta Park on 22 November after about 12.15pm.
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