The state of South Australia has entered another lockdown, with all outdoor activities including exercise and dog walking being banned, after just 36 new cases of coronavirus.
“The state has detected 36 cases since infections were found in Adelaide on Sunday, the first community cases detected in six months,” reports BBC News.
As a result, authorities have imposed a new “circuit breaker” lockdown across the region.
From today, the following restrictions are all in place;
– All outdoor exercise is banned.
– Mandatory mask wearing in all public places.
– Schools, gyms and universities are all closed.
– Shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs are all closed, with even takeaway options being banned.