Port Adelaide Plaza, Armada Arndale

Two shopping centres have been added to SA Health’s COVID-19 alert list. Picture: Supplied.
Two shopping centres have been added to SA Health’s COVID-19 alert list. Picture: Supplied.

New alerts have been issued for two South Australian shopping centres, while a western suburbs high school remains closed for a second day after a student tested positive.

Anyone who attended the following shopping centres during these specific times are asked to monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they develop:

Kilkenny

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  • Armada Arndale Shopping Centre on November 15 from 11:30am – 12:30pm and on November 22 from 11:00am – 11:30am

Port Adelaide

  • Port Adelaide Plaza on November 13 from 6:40pm – 9:30pm and November 15 from 3:00pm – 3:30pm
A COVID-19 alert has been issued for Port Adelaide Plaza. Picture: Supplied.
A COVID-19 alert has been issued for Port Adelaide Plaza. Picture: Supplied.
The Arndale Shopping Centre in Kilkenny has also been added to the alert list. Picture: AAP/MIKE BURTON
The Arndale Shopping Centre in Kilkenny has also been added to the alert list. Picture: AAP/MIKE BURTON

It comes after a female Year 9 student from Woodville High School tested positive to COVID-19 late Wednesday evening.

The school closed on Thursday for deep cleaning but the Education Department said it would remain shut on Friday.

There are plans for the school to reopen on Monday.

SA Health advised the following people are required to self quarantine for 14 days:

  • Students in Year 9 who attended the school on either Monday, November 23 and/or Tuesday, November 24
  • Specific staff members who SA Health have determined as close contacts (these people have been notified).

Household members of the identified staff and year 9 students are not required to self quarantine.

Woodville High School will remain closed on Friday for deep cleaning after a student tested positive to COVID-19. Picture: Tait Schmaal.
Woodville High School will remain closed on Friday for deep cleaning after a student tested positive to COVID-19. Picture: Tait Schmaal.

“SA Health will be in direct contact with these individuals over the coming days with further information,” the department said.

“All other staff and students, and their household members, are no longer required to self isolate.”

For more information on how the identified Year 9 students and staff members can self-quarantine visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covidisoadvice OR for translated information visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covidtranslated.

For the full list of affected locations, visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covidcontacttracing for the full list of affected locations.

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