Tasmania And South Australia have Been Officially Declared COVID-19 Free – Insiderfolks, Tasmania, and South Australia are officially free from coronavirus, but their boundaries remain restricted.
South Australia was declared free of virus by Prime Minister Steven Marshall on Wednesday, with no reported suspected infections for the first time since July 21.
The last surviving case of the state was a nurse in her 40s who had contracted COVID-19 after serving in Melbourne ‘s elderly care homes.
On August 23, she was hospitalised after returning to South Australia and went straight to quarantine. The woman did not exhibit symptoms and has since recovered.
South Australia was declared free of viruses by Premier Steven Marshall on Wednesday, with no reported suspected infections for the first time since July 21.
A man in his twenties was also confirmed positive on Sunday after entering India. He is under quarantine under Adelaide, but health authorities have said that his findings are an old virus and will not be included in the state case numbers.
The roads between South Australia and Victoria are now blocked. Travellers from Sydney or Canberra must be self-quarantined for 14 days in South Australia and screened on the day of arrival and 12 days after.
Tasmania also declared that it was free of coronavirus on Wednesday after a man had returned from the hospital. Pictured: Prime Minister Peter Gutwein of Tasmania
Many transiting from low shared transmitting zones via airports in Sydney or Canberra are also excluded from monitoring or involuntary exclusion if they do not exit the airport.
People entering the state from Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland or Tasmania do not have to quarantine or take coronavirus examinations.
Despite not disclosing acute incidents, South Australian health authorities urged locals to stay on alert.
‘Do not go to public areas if you are ill-including jobs, school, childcare, shopping malls, athletic activities, social or religious gatherings,’ the SA Department of Health and Well-being said in a statement on Wednesday.
Australian Service Frontier Constraints –
Victoria: absolutely free, but other states prohibit people from moving there.
NSW: The border with Victoria is closed but the others are open without restrictions.
Queensland: available to all but Victoria , NSW, and ACT
Northern Territory: open to all but Victoria and Sydney, which must be a quarantine hotel.
South Australia: close to Victoria, the deliveries of NSW must be self-isolated, the rest is accessible.
Tasmania: Closed to Victoria, the hotel must be quarantine anywhere else.
Western Australia: inaccessible to the rest of the world without an exception
‘Everyone must continue to take steps to help stop the outbreak. Practice proper grooming, keep 1.5 metres away from everyone and sit at home if you’re not well.
Of the 463 cases in the province, 459 were rescued and four were killed.
Tasmania also declared that it was free of coronavirus on Wednesday after a man had returned from the hospital.
On August 11, he was found positive while in the North West Regional Hospital, returning from Melbourne, where he obtained medical attention.
The state health department reported that the man who was the only infected case of the disease, COVID-19, had recovered as of Tuesday night.
Tasmania, which had a total of 228 cases, reported only two cases in more than three months.
It’s been a four-week stretch of COVID-19 free through June and July.
The boundaries of Tasmania will remain closed until at least December due to the dangers raised by outbreaks on the mainland.
Premier Peter Gutwein has officially prolonged the state of emergency until the end of October.
Thirteen people have died from a state-wide infection.
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