South Australia has recorded 1953 COVID cases in the last 24 hours – 448 fewer than yesterday. The Premier Steve Marshall says the figure is significantly below the state’s 7-day average.
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Premier Steven Marshall said seven were recorded in the past 24 hours, with the remaining six added to the numbers after a reconciliation of deaths in aged care.
The state has recorded 2,401 cases, an increase on yesterday.
The number of active cases continues to decline, and is currently at 26,574.
A total of 288 people are in hospital, with 26 in Intensive Care Units and four on ventilators.
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