South Australia went into a brief but drastic lockdown last week over fears a medi-hotel workers had contracted coronavirus merely by picking up takeaway at a suburban pizza shop.
- One of SA’s latest cases is suspected of contracting the virus when picking up a pizza
- Health authorities says contact tracing has been boosted in the past week, averting the need for a lockdown
- An epidemiologist agrees, but says only time will tell if it is the right move
Those fears proved to be unfounded, with authorities subsequently accusing him of lying.
It was later discovered he worked a second job at the Woodville Pizza Bar alongside another medi-hotel guard, who also had the virus.
But today a similar scenario was revealed as the likely cause of…