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The SA Government has announced fines of $1,000 for travellers from Victoria who refuse a coronavirus test on arrival in SA, as the state confirms its first COVID-19 case in more than two weeks.
Premier Steven Marshall said the woman recently travelled from overseas to Victoria, where she twice tested negative while in quarantine.
"She then travelled into South Australia," he said.
"It is a low positive. She is not contagious. SA Health is not concerned about this person although she is going to remain in 14 days of isolation.
"Other members of her family, who she has been with, have not contracted this disease but we will continue to monitor that situation."
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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