South Australia has one new case of coronavirus which is linked to the Parafield cluster but the woman is not a risk, Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said.
“Fortunately this person has been in quarantine since early last week and in fact has already had two negative tests,” Professor Spurrier said.
SA Health conducted 8689 coronavirus tests yesterday.
There are 27 cases now linked to the cluster in Adelaide’s north.
Professor Spurrier confirmed only one person was in hospital.
There are more than 4000 people in quarantine as close contacts of the cluster.
South Australia now has 38 active cases in the state.
Professor Spurrier warned SA was “not out of the woods” yet and said new cases would probably emerge this week.