South Australia changes quarantine rules for Omicron COVID contacts | ABC News

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There’s been yet another change to South Australia’s COVID regime. On Friday, SA Health imposed 14 days quarantine on the contacts of suspected cases of the Omicron variant. Now that’s back to seven days for fully vaccinated people.

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