South Australia records lowest number of cases this year as young woman dies with Covid-19

Young woman dies with Covid-19 in South Australia – as the state records its lowest number of cases this year

  • South Australia has reported another drop in Covid-19 infections on Monday
  • SA reported 2,009 cases on Monday down from 2,193 infections on Saturday
  • Death of a woman in her 40s and a man in his 70s brings total death toll to 69
  • Premier Steven Marshall said he feels like SA is heading in the right direction  

South Australia has reported another fall in Covid-19 infections providing further evidence the Omicron outbreak may have peaked.

SA reported 2,009 new cases on Monday, down from 2,062 on Sunday and 2,193 on Saturday.

The state has 294 people in hospital, including 29 in intensive…

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