South Australia’s chief public health officer Nicola Spurrier says there are concerns for other passengers on the toddler’s flight
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A toddler who flew into South Australia from overseas is now in hospital after testing positive to Covid-19 while in hotel quarantine with his family.
South Australia’s chief public health officer, Prof Nicola Spurrier, said on Thursday that “this little bub is quite unwell, and has been taken to the Women’s and Children’s hospital”.
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