South Australia hits 14 days in a row of no new cases, with only TWO active cases remaining in the state


South Australia’s borders will remain closed “for some time” to help safeguard the state’s fortnight streak of zero new coronavirus cases, the state’s top doctor has warned.

In a major development, chief public health officer Professor Nicola Spurrier announced the total number of local virus patients had remained at 438 for 14 days, while COVID-19 has been eliminated from regional areas.

While authorities have said two incubation cycles, or 28 days, was needed to lift restrictions, the national Cabinet will announce a road map to a new, “safe” society. US SPREAD GOOD NEWS!

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