... approaches a peak in the latest COVID wave.
South Australia has reported 4,452 new cases today ahead of a big weekend of events, including
the Adelaide Guitar Festival
and Beer and BBQ Festival.
South Australian Deputy Premier
has joined the chorus of other state leaders, urging the federal government to reinstate leave support when the national cabinet meets on Monday.
has also called for free rapid antigen tests for concession cardholders.
She said that the ...
... 500 returning to the area in December.
After the federal government confirmed its plan to offer up to five per month would end on July 31st, the state government wouldn't be offering free RAT kits for concession holders, according to Deputy Premier
There's no plan I've seen to suddenly purchase RATs, regardless of whether or not you're a close contact, according to Dr Close.
We've established a requirement to make sure people can do that without any cost to themselves.
... companies, including
declined to say how much of
's U.S. supply is produced at the Sturgis plant.
The plant closed in February after
the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
began investigating four bacterial infections among infants who ... ... supplies, securing long-term authorization to market their formula in the U.S.
In a statement,
commissioner Robert Califf and Susan Mayne, the director of the Center for Food Safety and
, said that the Sturgis plant shutdown, compounded ...
did not say how much of
's U.S. supply of infant formula is produced at the
The plant was closed in February after the Food and Drug Administration began investigating four bacterial infections among infants who consumed ... ... more choices and make supplies more resilient against current or future shortages.
commissioner, Robert Califf, and
, the director of the
Center for Food Safety
and Applied Nutrition, said in a statement that the plant shutdown of ...
... available at the convenience store, and bare-bones customer service at the airport or hotel reception desk.
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... racing will be banned in South Australia, with the state government backing a Greens bill to outlaw the sport.
Jumps racing will be banned in South Australia, with the state government backing a Greens bill to outlaw the sport.
Deputy Prime Minister
said jumps racing no longer had the support of the public.
The industry body,
, ended jumps racing in South Australia at the end of last year, saying declining numbers of horses and jockeys had made the industry unsustainable.
Dr Close ...
... for retailers to use their own reusable containers to take away food.
The changes will remove liability from businesses such as cafes and supermarkets for anything that goes wrong with food put in a customer's container, according to the government.
, Environment Minister, said businesses could still choose whether or not to allow people to bring their own containers.
Dr Close said that this is part of a plan to reduce the single-use plastic burden in South Australia.
The amendment to the Civil ...
... have more activities including better on-site road cleaning, major recladding of buildings and stockpile reductions.
The state government is funding the construction of a $23 million product recycling facility to reduce
concentrations this year.
, Deputy Premier and Minister for the Environment and Industry, toured the plant ahead of the new licence implementation.
Our conversations will be about what they are doing to get to the goal of 0.25 g m 3 rather than sitting under the hard limit ...