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SA Covid lockdown: experts doubt state suffering 'particularly sneaky strain'

South Australian premier Steven Marshall has said part of the reason for the state’s sudden and strict six-day lockdown is that the state is facing “particularly sneaky strain” of Covid-19 [SARS-CoV-2]. “[It’s a] highly contagious strain … and if we don’t get on top of that very, very quickly it will get away from us and that will be disastrous for us in South Australia,” he said on Thursday. “We have a particularly difficult strain of the disease, which is showing no symptoms for people who become infected. The other thing that we know is that the incubation period for this particular strain is very short, and it can be down to 24 hours.”

The Guardian - November 19, 2020

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