Coronavirus: SA couple with virus at Firle auction, real estate agency closed

Davida Erdahl

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In a national first, SA Well being and SAPOL are using the cell telephones of a couple in the Royal Adelaide Healthcare facility with coronavirus to track their movements soon after they arrived in Adelaide on January 21 from Guangzhou.

It is recognised the Chinese couple attended an auction at four Pam St Firle at six.30pm the pursuing working day and authorities are getting in touch with up to 30 people who have been at the event, whilst auctioneer Ray White Actual Estate at Dulwich has temporarily shut as a precaution.

media_cameraRay White Actual Estate is temporarily shut, pursuing an auction in Firle which two coronavirus people attended. Image: Tait Schmaal

Authorities interviewed the couple, both of those 60, at the RAH on Saturday but Chief Public Well being Officer Associate Professor Nicola

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