South Australia has recorded another new coronavirus case — a female paramedic who travelled to Victoria to help with COVID-19 swabbing operations in high-density housing in Melbourne.
The woman has one close contact, a member of the same travelling party, who is also now in quarantine.
Other members of the travelling party have all been tested for coronavirus, with most returning negative results, but some are still outstanding.
Premier Steven Marshall said he remained “extraordinarily concerned” by the wave of cases in Victoria, while Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said a decision to reimpose border restrictions with Queensland would be considered.
SA currently has three active coronavirus cases.
More to come.