An outbreak of coronavirus in the Australian city of Adelaide has grown to 17 cases, with at least two schools and a fast food restaurant closed after being linked to the growing cluster. State premier Steven Marshall briefed Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on the outbreak on Monday morning, and says South Australia will do whatever it takes to contain the outbreak. “The way we’re going to get on top of this is by putting as many people as we need to into isolation as quickly as possible and making sure those tests are done so we can stop this in its tracks,” he said. The premier said while the cluster had been linked to someone who worked at one of Adelaide’s quarantine hotels, it was too early to say what went wrong. READ MORE:Labour rules out doubling sick leave before Christmas despite Green Party pushCome fly with me, a look at New Zealand’s smaller airlines: Air Chathams Covid-19 vaccines could go to children first to protect the elderly “My focus at the moment is doing everything I can, that the government can to get on top of this as quickly as possible,” he said. “This is going to test… Read full this story
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