Four COVID-19 deaths in SA but drop in positive cases and hospitalisations

Four COVID-19 deaths in SA but drop in positive cases and hospitalisations

Four COVID-19 deaths in SA but drop in positive cases and hospitalisationsBy Tom Fedorowytsch and Eugene Boisvert Four more people have died from COVID-19 in South Australia. Key points: - Fewer positive cases have been recorded in SA after a spike yesterday - There are concerns about aged care homes restricting visitors - A free RAT distribution site will open in the Riverland One of them was a woman in her 80s, while the others were two women in their 90s and a man in his 90s. There are 236 people in hospital – a drop of 10 from Friday's numbers – including 26 patients in ICU and seven on ventilators. SA has recorded 4,349 new positive COVID-19 cases, down from yesterday's total of 5,679. Friday's numbers were high because …
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