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    • Prison worker now the fourth person infected as coronavirus cluster blooms 
    • Primary school closes for deep clean after a student found to be a ‘close contact’ 
    • Quarantine hotel worker infected elderly mother, 80, and partner with Covid-19
    • South Australian health authorities fear a wider outbreak, 90 in quarantine
    • Infected trio have ‘large family’, four are showing symptoms, awaiting results 
    • Cases come a day after WA opened its border to SA for the first time in 8 months
    • WA holds emergency meeting, removes quarantine-free entry for SA

    South Australia is on high alert for a coronavirus outbreak as a prison worker became the fourth person found infected outside of hotel quarantine on Sunday. 

    Due to the ballooning South Australian cluster, Western Australia’s police commissioner, premier and chief health officer held an emergency meeting on Sunday.

    WA had only just opened its borders to South Australia on Saturday, allowing people to enter without quarantine.  

    This has been partially revoked as officials made the snap decision to test anyone arriving at Perth Airport from South Australia, and direct them to self-isolate for 14 days, ABC News reported.

    Passengers from Adelaide arrive at Perth Airport on Saturday when WA relaxed its borders allowing them not to quarantine. This has been partially revoked as Adelaide’s cluster grows

    A South Australian Correctional Services employee from Yatala Labour Prison in Adelaide’s northern suburbs has tested positive, SA Correctional Services chief executive David Brown told ABC News on Sunday.

    A rapid-response team is helping with contact-tracing efforts at the prison.

    Less than an hour later the Mawson Lakes Primary School and Preschool, also in Adelaide’s north, announced it would close on Monday for a deep clean after a student was found to be a close contact of an infected person. 

    Earlier on Sunday, SA Health reported that a quarantine hotel worker had infected two family members.

    Health authorities are urgently contact-tracing from the woman in her 80s who was diagnosed at Lyell McEwin Hospital, in Adelaide‘s north, on Saturday.

    The woman, aged in her 80s, was wearing a mask at the hospital, but 90 staff and patients were forced to quarantine as close contacts.

    These new cases are the first locally-acquired infections in SA since April and sparked fears of a Melbourne-like explosion from a hotel quarantine breach.

    The Lyell McEwin Hospital in Adelaide's north where the woman in her 80s was diagnosed

    The Lyell McEwin Hospital in Adelaide’s north where the woman in her 80s was diagnosed

    A couple related to the elderly woman also tested positive on Sunday – a woman in her 50s and a man in his 60s. 

    ‘One of those people works in our medi-hotels,’ South Australia’s chief public health officer Professor Nicola Spurrier told reporters on Sunday.

    ‘This is where we consider the source to be.’ 

    The elderly woman is in hospital in a stable condition, and one of the others infected is her child. 

    Professor Spurrier called the new cases ‘very troubling’.

    The infected patients have a ‘very large family’, she told reporters on Sunday, and four close contacts have showed symptoms and are now awaiting Covid-19 test results.

    South Australia fears a coronavirus outbreak a day after the border to WA opened up. Pictured: people getting coronavirus tests at Victoria Park, Adelaide on September 6

    South Australia fears a coronavirus outbreak a day after the border to WA opened up. Pictured: people getting coronavirus tests at Victoria Park, Adelaide on September 6

    Pictured: coronavirus testing in Adelaide in July. South Australian authorities are worried as the trio diagnosed on Sunday have a large family of whom four people are showing symptoms

    Pictured: coronavirus testing in Adelaide in July. South Australian authorities are worried as the trio diagnosed on Sunday have a large family of whom four people are showing symptoms

    Professor Spurrier also said the elderly woman had visited Parafield Plaza Supermarket while infectious on Thursday morning.

    She urged any South Australians with symptoms to get tested immediately.

    An overseas traveller was also diagnosed with coronavirus on Sunday bringing the total to four new cases.

    Professor Nicola Spurrier, South Australia's Chief Public Health Officer, pictured in May

    Professor Nicola Spurrier, South Australia’s Chief Public Health Officer, pictured in May

    The man, aged in his 30s, is in hotel quarantine.

    The infections were diagnosed the day after Western Australia opened its border to South Australia for the first time in months.

    Motorists queued at the South Australian border on Saturday as Western Australia relaxed it’s hard border closure on Saturday.

    Under Western Australia’s newly relaxed rules, only travellers from Victoria and NSW will have to self-isolate and have a coronavirus test on day 11.

    South Australia had previously recorded nine locally acquired coronavirus cases, which last appeared on April 15. 

    The new South Australian cases have also sparked fears a planned border reopening with Victoria may not go ahead on December 1.

    Victorians travelling to South Australia would no longer need to quarantine for 14 days after that date.

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