Two new cases of coronavirus have been found in South Australia.
Both infections are linked to the Parafield collection, and both have already been separated.
The first case of a young child whose family was part of Parafield’s first outbreak.
He had a symptom but had recorded two negative tests before being found healthy overnight.
The second case is of unusual communication, now moving with his family to a medi-hotel.
“One person in the hospital has been discharged,” said Health Officer Nicola Spurrier.
Dr Spurrier said it was “a little disappointing” to see a drop in the number of people being tested in South Australia.
“We see infected people through short communication,” he said.
“People west of Adelaide, you really have to remember the signs.
“I would feel even stronger if we tested more South Africans with respiratory symptoms.”
There were 3840 tests performed yesterday, below the expectations of health authorities.
Dr Spurrier said he believed the hot weather yesterday kept people at home and away from checkpoints.
More than 5000 people remain segregated as contacts with the Parafield group.