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GHOST TOWN... Graves Street, Kadina, the main street of the biggest business hub on Yorke Peninsula, is virtually empty approaching lunchtime during the first day of South Australia’s COVID-19 lockdown last Thursday, November 19. The state government announced a six-day hard lockdown, South Australia’s first genuine lockdown since the pandemic started, from midnight Wednesday-Thursday due to fears of a significant coronavirus outbreak in Adelaide. Several factors went into the decision, but the main one — the thought people throughout the metropolitan region could have been infected via pizza deliveries from a Woodville business — turned out to be a lie. As a result, the lockdown restrictions were eased on Sunday, November 22. A team of 20 SA Police officers is now investigating the reasons behind the pizza business misleading authorities, and the virus cluster has been limited to 27 cases so far. GHOST TOWN... Graves Street, Kadina, the main street of the biggest business hub on Yorke Peninsula, is virtually empty approaching lunchtime during the first day of South Australia’s COVID-19 lockdown last Thursday, November 19. The state government announced a six-day hard lockdown, South Australia’s first genuine lockdown since the pandemic started, from midnight Wednesday-Thursday due to fears of a significant coronavirus outbreak in Adelaide. Several factors went into the decision, but the main one — the thought people throughout the metropolitan region could have been infected via pizza deliveries from a Woodville business — turned out to be a lie. As a result, the lockdown restrictions were eased on Sunday, November 22. A team of 20 SA Police officers is now investigating the reasons behind the pizza business misleading authorities, and the virus cluster has been limited to 27 cases so far. PHOTO: Jess Liddy

LOCKED DOWN

SOUTH Australia has returned to lighter restrictions after a three-day hard lockdown.

The state’s residents were directed to stay at home for six days, starting last Wednesday, to stop the spread of COVID-19 and allow contact tracers to catch up with the Parafield cluster.

Residents were only allowed to leave their homes to obtain essential supplies from supermarkets, to seek medical care, for agricultural work or work as an essential service. But Premier Steven Marshall revoked the order on Friday, reverting to restrictions similar to those announced on Tuesday.

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