South Australia has reached 6 days straight with zero new cases, now down to only 14 active cases


The state has recorded six consecutive days of zero coronavirus cases, and lockdowns in the Barossa Valley will be lifted after no new cases were found there for some weeks.

There are now new hopes South Australia could be among the first to begin easing draconian restrictions.

South Australia’s total cases remains at 438 – at least 95 per cent of whom have now recovered – amid mounting hope bans could be lifted imminently on outdoor activities, sport, funerals and weddings.