Over 100 South Australians stuck in mandatory quarantine as SA prepares for lockdown exit | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Over 100 South Australians stuck in mandatory quarantine as SA prepares for lockdown exit | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

As most South Australians emerge from lockdown, thousands will remain cooped up in compulsory quarantine.

More than 100 are in medi-hotels having been potentially exposed at super-spreader venues.

Roadmap out of lockdown: https://7news.link/3eX1N6h

7NEWS Adelaide at 6pm | Updated COVID exposure sites: https://7news.link/2Wk4ybr

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