South Australia has reported two new coronavirus cases as officials move to reimpose some COVID-19 restrictions.
Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier says a man in his 50s has tested positive and is a close contact of an existing case. He has been placed in hotel quarantine.
The second case is another man in his 50s who returned from India on the weekend on a repatriation flight. He also remains in hotel quarantine.
The two cases take the number of active infections in SA to eight.
Professor Spurrier said the increase was disappointing.
“This absolutely reflects the situation in Victoria… of how trans...