37 coronavirus infections in SA Adelaide
37 coronavirus infections in SA
Four women and one man more have been announced infected with coronavirus in South Australia today. All of them travelled abroad and have recently returned to Adelaide. They have been hospitalized.
The Prime Minister of the state said that schools, colleges and universities in South Australia must be opened, as countries with working studying establishments have less infection cases and this decision is grounded on facts and the experts' thoughts. He added that parents could not just keep a child in the house and move them from studying process.
Besides, people who illegally cross South Australian border now can be fined more than 20 000 dollars.