South Australia is going into lockdown after the state’s coronavirus cluster grew. So what are the rules on travelling, gatherings and mask-wearing?
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South Australia will begin a one-week lockdown to contain the spread of the Delta variant from 6pm Tuesday, 20 July.
The state’s premier, Steven Marshall, announced the return of the strict measures after SA’s cluster grew to five cases, including someone who dined at the same restaurant as a confirmed case.
Read the original article at The Guardian