An urgent warning has been issued for anyone who visited, ordered takeaway or had food delivered from an Adelaide pizza bar to immediately self-quarantine and get tested for COVID-19.
SA Health issued the alert about midnight on Tuesday for the Woodville Pizza Bar.
Anyone who attended the Woodville Road business from Friday, November 6 to Monday, November 16 at anytime – even just for a few minutes – are urged to get tested as soon as possible.
“They must go directly to the testing location, wear a mask and alert the staff that they have visited the pizza bar,” a SA Health spokesperson said.
SA Health’s most recent update identified the Woodville Pizza Bar as a high-risk location. Picture: Emma BrasierSource:News Corp Australia
Anyone who visited the following locations must monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they appear:
The following locations were announced over the past few days:
There have so far been five schools across Adelaide that had been closed for deep cleaning, including the Roma Mitchell Secondary College in Gepps Cross.
Public health officials are carrying out contact tracing and will inform students if they are required to self isolate.
The Mawson Lakes School and Preschool was also closed on Tuesday – and will remain closed until Monday, November 30. A large number of people who attended the site between November 11 and 13 are required to self-isolate for the 14 days up to and including November 27.
The health department is also in the process of contacting everyone who was in the emergency department at Lyell McEwin Hospital between 5.30pm on November 13 and 8am on November 14 who may have been in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case.
If you have visited this location during this time, and have not been contacted by SA Health, you should self quarantine immediately and call the SA COVID-19 information line on 1800 253 787.
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