South Australia has today entered into a six-day ‘Circuit Breaker’ lockdown, in an attempt to control the spread of COVID-19 across the state.

It comes as the state recorded another two COVID-19 cases yesterday, bringing the total number of active cases to 35.

Labelled as some of the toughest COVID-19 restrictions in Australia, the ‘Circuit Breaker’ lockdown restrictions only allow people to leave their home to go to the supermarket, to receive medical care, to go to work as an essential worker or in an emergency situation.

Residents are not allowed to leave the house for exercise under the six-day lockdown.

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