South Australia to lockdown for six days as coronavirus cluster in Adelaide grows

South Australia will be plunged into a six-day hard lockdown with residents not even allowed to exercise outdoors as the state desperately tries to control a new supercharged strain of coronavirus.

Premier Steven Marshall announced on Wednesday the state would enter lockdown at midnight to combat a ‘particularly sneaky’ and ‘highly contagious’ mutation of COVID-19 which has infected two more people, taking the cluster in Adelaide to 22 cases. 

The mutation has a very short incubation period of 24 hours or less and SA Health have observed a number of COVID-19 positive patients with little symptoms or none at all. 

The lockdown measures to combat the second wave will be among the toughest in the world, along with countries such as Argentina, Israel and Venezuela. 

Masks will be mandatory with only one person per household allowed to leave their home for groceries or medical treatment. 

Schools and universities will shut, while restaurants, cafes and pubs will close and will even be banned from selling takeaway food. 

Weddings will be halted and funerals stopped while factories and the construction industry will freeze.  

Premier Steven Marshall (pictured) announced on Wednesday the state would enter lockdown at midnight to combat a 'particularly sneaky' and 'highly contagious' strain of COVID-19

Premier Steven Marshall (pictured) announced on Wednesday the state would enter lockdown at midnight to combat a 'particularly sneaky' and 'highly contagious' strain of COVID-19

Premier Steven Marshall (pictured) announced on Wednesday the state would enter lockdown at midnight to combat a ‘particularly sneaky’ and ‘highly contagious’ strain of COVID-19

Shoppers flocked to the supermarket after six-day lockdown was announced on Wednesday

Shoppers flocked to the supermarket after six-day lockdown was announced on Wednesday

Shoppers flocked to the supermarket after six-day lockdown was announced on Wednesday

WHAT WILL CLOSE: 

  • Universities and all schools except for children of essential workers and vulnerable children 

  • Pubs, cafes, coffee shops, food courts and takeaway food 

  • Elective surgery except for urgent operations and cancer treatment 

  • Open inspections and auctions for real estate 

  • All outdoor sport and physical activity 

  • Regional travel is not approved

  • Aged care and disability residential care will be an lockdown

  • Factories other than food and medical products will be closed except for where it is necessary for them to remain open to prevent damage to machinery

  • The construction industry

  • Holiday homes will not be available for lease or rental

  • Weddings and funerals

  • Masks will be required in all areas outside the home 

  • Only one person per household once a day is allowed to access groceries 

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Masks will be mandatory in South Australia following the outbreak. Pictured: Two women in face masks queue up for a coronavirus test in Adelaide on Tuesday

Masks will be mandatory in South Australia following the outbreak. Pictured: Two women in face masks queue up for a coronavirus test in Adelaide on Tuesday

Masks will be mandatory in South Australia following the outbreak. Pictured: Two women in face masks queue up for a coronavirus test in Adelaide on Tuesday

ADELAIDE’S VIRUS OUTBREAK 

* The Parafield cluster has grown by two cases to 22 but seven more people are awaiting test results.

* More than 4000 people are in quarantine or home isolation.

* The outbreak was sparked by a woman who worked as a cleaner in the Peppers Hotel, one of Adelaide’s quarantine facilities, who may have picked up the virus from a surface.

* The first case was identified when an 81-year-old woman tested positive at the Lyell McEwin Hospital on Saturday.

* Thousands have flocked to testing stations around Adelaide with more than 5000 swabs taken on Monday and more than 6000 on Tuesday.

* Staffing and hours to be expanded at testing stations with SA’s contact tracing resources also boosted.

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Elective surgery – except for urgent operations and cancer treatment – will stop and aged care and disability residents will be kept in lockdown. 

Regional travel will be banned, with anyone currently on holiday having until midnight to determine where they will stay for the next six days. 

Fears of panic buying have already begun with shoppers spotted rushing to the supermarkets. 

Premier Marshall said the restrictions will be ‘challenging’ for South Australians but are necessary.

‘We are at a critical point but we will get through this,’ he said. 

‘We may be physically distanced but South Australians have never been more united. Together, we will get through this because South Australians are strong, resilient and united.’ 

Chief health Officer Professor Nicola Spurrier said the new strain of COVID-19 was faster moving with a shorter incubation period than previous strains seen in the state making it more difficult to contain.

‘It has a very, very short incubation period,’  she said.

‘That means when somebody gets exposed, it is taking 24 hours or even less for that person to become infectious to others.

‘Other characteristic of the cases we have seen so far as they have had minimal symptoms and sometimes no symptoms but have been able to pass it other people.’ 

Residents are seen waiting for a coronavirus test in Adelaide on Tuesday, following an outbreak in the northern suburbs

Residents are seen waiting for a coronavirus test in Adelaide on Tuesday, following an outbreak in the northern suburbs

Residents are seen waiting for a coronavirus test in Adelaide on Tuesday, following an outbreak in the northern suburbs

Pictured: A quarantined hotel quest on the balcony of the Peppers on Waymouth Hotel waves on Wednesday. COVID-19 spread into the community after a cleaner at the Peppers Hotel came in contact with the virus. As a result, all those in quarantine at the hotel have been told they will be moved and are required to start their 14-day isolation period again

Pictured: A quarantined hotel quest on the balcony of the Peppers on Waymouth Hotel waves on Wednesday. COVID-19 spread into the community after a cleaner at the Peppers Hotel came in contact with the virus. As a result, all those in quarantine at the hotel have been told they will be moved and are required to start their 14-day isolation period again

Pictured: A quarantined hotel quest on the balcony of the Peppers on Waymouth Hotel waves on Wednesday. COVID-19 spread into the community after a cleaner at the Peppers Hotel came in contact with the virus. As a result, all those in quarantine at the hotel have been told they will be moved and are required to start their 14-day isolation period again

WHAT WILL REMAIN OPEN: 

  • Critical infrastructure including water, power and telecommunications
  • Supermarkets will remain open to provide access to food and essential product. There will be specific access for vulnerable members of the community to ensure that they can access goods and services 
  • Medical services including for mental health
  • Public transport
  • The airport and freight services including career services 
  • Petrol stations, access to financial institutions and post offices 
  • Mining, smelting and large factories will be able to remain open but only those parts of the facilities that will need to operate to ensure continuity of service delivery or to prevent damage to the plant
  • Childcare will be available only for families of essential workers
  • Minimum operations of government including local government will be permitted to operate 
  • Veterinary surgeons 
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Police Commissioner Grant Stevens told South Australians there was no need for panic buying despite shelves already running bare.

‘There is no need for people to rush to supermarkets and if you do go shopping this afternoon, you should expect that you will be managed by staff at the supermarkets and we will have police officers on standby to attend if we see any civil disorder and we would take action,’ he said.

‘This is completely unacceptable. No need for panic buying!’

Professor Spurrier said there was ‘no time to wait’ in explaining her rationale behind the six-day lockdown which will be followed by another eight days of eased restrictions.

‘If I thought about this all day and then told the police commissioner, the premier, tonight, he would already be 12 hours behind so we really need to act fast under this,’ she said.  

More than 4000 people are in quarantine or home isolation while thousands have flocked to testing stations around Adelaide.

Chief health Officer Professor Nicola Spurrier (pictured on Wednesday) said the new strain of COVID-19 was faster moving with a shorter incubation period than previous strains seen in the state making it more difficult to contain

Chief health Officer Professor Nicola Spurrier (pictured on Wednesday) said the new strain of COVID-19 was faster moving with a shorter incubation period than previous strains seen in the state making it more difficult to contain

Chief health Officer Professor Nicola Spurrier (pictured on Wednesday) said the new strain of COVID-19 was faster moving with a shorter incubation period than previous strains seen in the state making it more difficult to contain

Exercise will not be permitted outside the home during the six-day lockdown. Pictured: Two women rollerblade

Exercise will not be permitted outside the home during the six-day lockdown. Pictured: Two women rollerblade

Exercise will not be permitted outside the home during the six-day lockdown. Pictured: Two women rollerblade 

Police Commissioner Grant Stevens told South Australians there was no need for panic buying despite shelves already running bare (pictured)

Police Commissioner Grant Stevens told South Australians there was no need for panic buying despite shelves already running bare (pictured)

Police Commissioner Grant Stevens told South Australians there was no need for panic buying despite shelves already running bare (pictured)

There are an additional seven people who are awaiting test results that SA Health are treating as infections. 

The drastic lockdown has been met with skepticism by locals, who have questioned why the state’s contract tracing is not at the level required despite the government having months to prepare.  

‘So over the top for a cluster total of 20 cases. Fear mongering at its finest,’ a woman wrote on Facebook.

‘So, eight months of assurances that South Australia is prepared for an outbreak… = hitting the panic button because their systems have failed even this minor test. Time to go Marshall. You are destroying this state on every front,’ one man commented.

‘I hope six days doesn’t turn into nine months like Vic(toria),’ another person wrote. 

SA Health issued an urgent health alert for diners at Woodville Pizza Bar (pictured) overnight

SA Health issued an urgent health alert for diners at Woodville Pizza Bar (pictured) overnight

SA Health issued an urgent health alert for diners at Woodville Pizza Bar (pictured) overnight

Roma Mitchell Secondary College (pictured) closed on Tuesday after a student contracted coronavirus

Roma Mitchell Secondary College (pictured) closed on Tuesday after a student contracted coronavirus

Roma Mitchell Secondary College (pictured) closed on Tuesday after a student contracted coronavirus 

Police Commissioner Grant Stevens announced the harsh restrictions with the premier on Wednesday

Police Commissioner Grant Stevens announced the harsh restrictions with the premier on Wednesday

Police Commissioner Grant Stevens announced the harsh restrictions with the premier on Wednesday

SA Health also issued an urgent health alert for the Woodville Pizza Bar in the city’s inner northwest.

‘Anyone who visited or got takeaway (including delivery) from the Woodville Pizza Bar, 58 Woodville Road, Woodville on 6 – 16 November must immediately self-quarantine,’ health officials said.

‘People who visited across this period should seek testing as soon as possible. They must go directly to the testing location, wear a mask and alert the staff that they have visited the pizza bar.’

Professor Spurrier said health officials are working through credit card details to contact diners at the pizza restaurant. 

‘If you have people, friends and family living in Woodville, get hold of them now and ask them if they have been to that pizza bar,’ she said. 

Panic-buying erupts across South Australia as the state goes into covid lockdown with fears supermarkets could run out of stock – as cops admit there’s NOTHING they can do to stop the chaos 

BY CHARLIE MOORE FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA 

Adelaide residents have started panic-buying in supermarkets after Premier Steven Marshall announced a six-day coronavirus lockdown.  

As it was announced at about 1pm, Woolworths and Coles stores rapidly filled up with long queues as residents stocked up on food and supplies. 

South Australia police chief Grant Stevens said panic buying was not necessary but admitted he expected it to happen. 

Shoppers stocked up on food at as soon as the announcement was made. Pictured: Woolworths at Cumberland Park, Adelaide

Shoppers stocked up on food at as soon as the announcement was made. Pictured: Woolworths at Cumberland Park, Adelaide

Shoppers stocked up on food at as soon as the announcement was made. Pictured: Woolworths at Cumberland Park, Adelaide

Lines of shoppers desperate to stock up were seen outside several stores around the South Australian capital. Pictured: Woolworths at Cumberland Park, Adelaide

Lines of shoppers desperate to stock up were seen outside several stores around the South Australian capital. Pictured: Woolworths at Cumberland Park, Adelaide

Lines of shoppers desperate to stock up were seen outside several stores around the South Australian capital. Pictured: Woolworths at Cumberland Park, Adelaide

Adelaide residents have started panic-buying in supermarkets after Premier Steven Marshall announced a six-day coronavirus lockdown

Adelaide residents have started panic-buying in supermarkets after Premier Steven Marshall announced a six-day coronavirus lockdown

Adelaide residents have started panic-buying in supermarkets after Premier Steven Marshall announced a six-day coronavirus lockdown

He has put police on ‘stand-by’ to deal with any ‘civil disorder’ at stores. 

‘I don’t think people will listen and I do think people will flood the supermarkets,’ he said. 

‘If you are going shopping, think about other people, treat each other with respect and kindness, we are all in the same boat and think of those who are working on the supermarkets, doing it tough and they will be inundated over the next few days and if we have to take action to protect those people, then we will do so.’

Premier Marshall urged residents not to panic buy, saying: ‘There is no point going off to the supermarket this afternoon.

‘Supermarkets and the supply lines will be remaining open.’

Woolworths and Coles stores rapidly filled up with long queues as residents stocked up on food and supplies. Pictured: Empty shelves in Adelaide

Woolworths and Coles stores rapidly filled up with long queues as residents stocked up on food and supplies. Pictured: Empty shelves in Adelaide

Woolworths and Coles stores rapidly filled up with long queues as residents stocked up on food and supplies. Pictured: Empty shelves in Adelaide

 

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The six-day lockdown comes one month out from the first cricket Test that is slated to be held at Adelaide Oval. 

The four-Test series between Australia and India starts on December 17.

Cricket Australia (CA) currently remain committed to hosting the pink-ball Test at Adelaide Oval but is monitoring the situation closely.

On Tuesday, CA arranged for every Adelaide-based BBL player to leave the city and head to Coffs Harbour.

A returned traveller who arrived from overseas on November 2 has been confirmed as the source of the coronavirus cluster. 

On Tuesday, Professor Spurrier said testing of genetic material from the Parafield cluster had officially been linked to the traveller in hotel quarantine. 

It's also been confirmed that it spread into the community after a cleaner at the Peppers Hotel came in contact with the virus

It's also been confirmed that it spread into the community after a cleaner at the Peppers Hotel came in contact with the virus

It’s also been confirmed that it spread into the community after a cleaner at the Peppers Hotel came in contact with the virus

Health officials announced another five new coronavirus cases in South Australia on Tuesday. Pictured: people queuing to get tested at Parafield Airport on Tuesday

Health officials announced another five new coronavirus cases in South Australia on Tuesday. Pictured: people queuing to get tested at Parafield Airport on Tuesday

Health officials announced another five new coronavirus cases in South Australia on Tuesday. Pictured: people queuing to get tested at Parafield Airport on Tuesday 

Pictured: A customer takes toilet paper from Drakes Supermarket in Torrensville, Adelaide, on Tuesday amid fears panic buying could return

Pictured: A customer takes toilet paper from Drakes Supermarket in Torrensville, Adelaide, on Tuesday amid fears panic buying could return

Pictured: A customer takes toilet paper from Drakes Supermarket in Torrensville, Adelaide, on Tuesday amid fears panic buying could return 

It’s also been confirmed that it spread into the community after a cleaner at the Peppers Hotel came in contact with the virus, most likely on a surface, and then infected members of her family.

As a result, all those in quarantine at the hotel have been told they will be moved and are required to start their 14-day isolation period again.

‘We understand the frustration of the guests and we thank them for their assistance as we take every required step to prioritise the health and safety of all South Australians,’ SA Health said in a statement.

Roma Mitchell Secondary College announced on Tuesday the school would shut after a student contracted the virus. 

‘The Department for Education has enacted its COVID-19 protocol and will shut the site for a minimum of 24 hours,’ a statement read. 

‘Students have been instructed to go home and stay there until further instructions.

‘Public health officials are carrying out contact tracing and the Department for Education and SA Health will inform anyone who needs to self-isolate.’  

URGENT HEALTH ALERT FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIANS WHO MUST QUARANTINE 

QUARANTINE (INCLUDING PEOPLE WHO LIVE WITH YOU) AND SEEK TESTING

  • Woodville Pizza Bar, 58 Woodville Road, Woodville on 6 – 16 November
  • Thomas More College, Salisbury Downs – 12 or 13 November
  •  Roma Mitchell Secondary College, Gepps Cross – 12 or 13 November

QUARANTINE AND SEEK TESTING 

  • Mawson Lakes School and Preschool – 11, 12 or 13 November
  • Lyell McEwin Hospital Emergency Department – 5.30 pm 13 November to 8.00 am 14 November
  • The Aquadome, Elizabeth – 11.00 am – 1.30 pm, 14 November

QUARANTINE  

  • Holy Family Catholic School, Parafield Gardens – 13 November 
  • Goodstart Early Learning Child Care Centre, Parafield Gardens – 13 November 
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Pictured: A health worker conducts a coronavirus test in Adelaide, South Australia

Pictured: A health worker conducts a coronavirus test in Adelaide, South Australia

Pictured: A health worker conducts a coronavirus test in Adelaide, South Australia

The emerging cluster - linked to a family in Adelaide's north - has prompted the state government to reimpose a range of coronavirus restrictions. Pictured: Residents queue at the Parafield Gardens testing centre on Tuesday

The emerging cluster - linked to a family in Adelaide's north - has prompted the state government to reimpose a range of coronavirus restrictions. Pictured: Residents queue at the Parafield Gardens testing centre on Tuesday

The emerging cluster – linked to a family in Adelaide’s north – has prompted the state government to reimpose a range of coronavirus restrictions. Pictured: Residents queue at the Parafield Gardens testing centre on Tuesday

SA Health has ordered all swimmers who attended The Aquadome in Elizabeth, in Adelaide’s north, between 11.00am and 1.30pm on Saturday to self-quarantine for 14 days.

Patients who visited the emergency department of Lyell McEwin Hospital in Elizabeth Vale between 5.30pm on Friday and 8am on Saturday are also required to isolate for two weeks.  

SA Health is contacting everyone who was at the hospital and the pool during the listed times. 

They have also identified more than dozens of venues where visitors should ‘monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if symptoms appear’. 

They include supermarkets, shopping centres, restaurants and bus routes. 

Earlier, SA Health announced Mawson Lakes School and Preschool site closed all its services. 

‘On the advice of SA Health, a large number of people who attended the Mawson Lakes School or co-located community early learning centre between 11 and 13 November are required to self-isolate for the 14 days up to and including 27 November,’ a statement read.

Health authorities are seen testing people in cars at Victoria Park COVID testing centre on November 17

Health authorities are seen testing people in cars at Victoria Park COVID testing centre on November 17

Health authorities are seen testing people in cars at Victoria Park COVID testing centre on November 17

New Covid rules for SA 

Pubs and clubs: Capped at 100

Weddings: Capped at 150

Funerals: Capped at 50

Gyms: Closed for two weeks

Community sport: Cancelled

Masks: Compulsory for salon and tattoo workers, encouraged for general use

Schools: Remain open

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The site will be closed until November 30.   

The cluster could derail national plans to open state borders before Christmas.

All states except Western Australia have committed to easing restrictions by December 25.

But Queensland, the Northern Territory, Tasmania and WA have now slammed the gates shut on South Australia.

NSW is telling people to delay travel to the state, while Victoria has asked for South Australians to cancel all non-essential travel.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews warned he would shut the border if people ignored travel advice and crossed the border unnecessarily.

‘If they do well in containing this outbreak, every Australian does well,’ he said.

South Australia has asked for an additional 45 Australian Defence Force troops to join the 100 already on the ground. 

The University of Oxford’s COVID-19 Government Response Stringency Index, which measures the severity of coronavirus lockdowns across the world on a 0-100 scale, ranks Argentina as the strictest.

Argentina is currently rated 87.96 but it peaked at 100 in April with more than 900,000 cases and 24,000 deaths resulting in face masks being made mandatory, a ban on indoor social gatherings, and closure of cinemas and cultural centres.

Panama was ranked in second place with 87.04 followed by Oman with 86.11 while India was rated 73.61, Australia 68.06, the United Kingdom 67.59, and the United States 62.50

State health officials have embarked on a testing blitz since the cluster emerged, with hundreds lining up at pop-up clinics (pictured)

State health officials have embarked on a testing blitz since the cluster emerged, with hundreds lining up at pop-up clinics (pictured)

State health officials have embarked on a testing blitz since the cluster emerged, with hundreds lining up at pop-up clinics (pictured)

MONITOR YOUR SYMPTOMS 

If you visited any of the below locations during the listed times, you do not need to self-quarantine but you should monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if symptoms appear.

ADELAIDE

BENSONS RADIOLOGY, 3/18 NORTH TERRACE

Friday 13 November 8.30 am – 8.45am

BUS 502 FROM INTERNODE ADELAIDE BUS STOP ON GRENFELL STREET

Friday 13 November 4.01 pm – 5.30 pm

Friday 13 November 9.00 am – 9.30 am

Thursday 12 November 4.19 pm – 5.30 pm

Monday 9 November 10.14 am – 11.05 am

BUS (GA1/GA2/GA3) FROM BUS STOP NEAR TRAIN STATION

Wednesday 11 November 3.40 pm – 4.38 pm

Tuesday 10 November 5.20 pm – 6.30 pm

Saturday 7 November 4.15 pm – 6.30 pm

MANTRA ON FROME

Friday 13 November 7.40 am – 3.45pm

Thursday 12 November 7.30 am – 4.00 pm

IT’S CONVENIENT, 63 WAYMOUTH STREET

Saturday 14 November 6.00 pm – 6.15 pm

EASTWOOD

ADELAIDE EYE AND LASER CENTRE, 215 GREENHILL ROAD

Friday 13 November 10.00 am – 12.00 pm

EDINBURGH

SA STRUCTURAL, 54 KAURNA AVENUE

Thursday 12 November 7.00am – 3.30 pm

ELIZABETH

BIG W, ELIZABETH SHOPPING CENTRE

Saturday 14 November 10.00 am – 11.00 am

ELIZABETH SHOPPING CENTRE

Wednesday 11 November 10.00 am — 10.45 am

Sunday 8 November 11.00 am – 12.30 pm

HARRIS SCARFE, ELIZABETH SHOPPING CENTRE

Sunday 8 November 11.00 am – 12.30 pm

ENFIELD

EKAM INDIAN GROCERIES, ENFIELD PLAZA

Friday 13 November 1.30 pm – 4.30 pm

FINDON

WOOLWORTHS, FINDON ROAD

Saturday 14 November 8.30 pm – 8.35 pm

FULHAM GARDENS

FULHAM GARDENS COMMUNITY CENTRE – FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS FUNCTION

Sunday 8 November

GEPPS CROSS

SPOTLIGHT, 750 MAIN NORTH ROAD

Thursday 12 November 6.30 pm – 7.00 pm

STRATCO, 59 PORT WAKEFIELD ROAD

Saturday 14 November 12.45 pm – 1.25 pm

GLENGOWIE

MORPHETT ARMS HOTEL , 138 MORPHETT ROAD

Friday 13 November 5.00 pm – 10.00 pm

HENDON

PRIME LIQUIDATORS, 6 PHILIP CRESCENT

Saturday 14 November 12.00 pm – 12.30 pm

INGLE FARM

COLES SOUTH, INGLE FARM SHOPPING CENTRE

Thursday 12 November 11.00 am – 11.30 am

KURRALTA PARK

COLES, 153-164 ANZAC HIGHWAY

Friday 13 November 8.30 pm – 8.50 pm

MAWSON LAKES

FOODLAND, 6/12 CAPITAL STREET

Saturday 14 November 1.30 pm – 2.00 pm

MINT LEAF LOUNGE, 6/121-131 MAWSON LAKES BOULEVARD

Thursday 12 November 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm

PARA HILLS

502X BUS – STOP 39 ON BRIDGE ROAD TO STOP S1 ON GRENFELL STREET

Friday 13 November 7.45am – 8.15am

PARAFIELD GARDENS

MARTINS ROAD FAMILY MEDICAL PRACTICE (PODIATRIST)

Monday 9 November 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm

PARAFIELD PLAZA SUPERMARKET

Thursday 12 November 10.30 am – 11.30 am

POORAKA

ON THE RUN POORAKA, OTR 126 BRIDGE ROAD

Thursday 12 November 11.35 am – 11.40 am

PORT ADELAIDE

FUNK COFFEE, T15/200-220 COMMERCIAL RD

Saturday 14 November 5.00 pm – 5.15 pm

HUNGRY JACKS, 321 COMMERCIAL ROAD

Friday 13 November 7.30 pm to Saturday 14 2.30 am

ROSEWATER

UNITED PETROL STATION , 128 GRAND JUNCTION ROAD

Friday 13 November approximately 3pm

FOODLAND, 144 GRAND JUNCTION ROAD

Thursday 12 November 7.45 pm (approximately 5 minutes)

SALISBURY

BUS 405 FROM SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGE

Monday 9 November 11.06 am – 12.00 pm

BUS 411 FROM SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGE

Wednesday 11 November 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm

BUS 500 FROM SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGE

Friday 13 November 6.40 am – 7.40 am

Thursday 12 November 6.38 am – 7.40 am

Wednesday 11 November 6.38 am – 7.30 am

Tuesday 10 November 6.30 am – 7.40 am

Monday 9 November 6.39 am – 7.40 am

NAMASTE SUPERMARKET, PARABANKS SHOPPING CENTRE

Saturday 14 November 1.30 pm – 2.00 pm

SALISBURY BUS INTERCHANGE

Monday 9 November 11.30 am – 12.00 pm

Saturday 7 November 6.30 pm

SALISBURY CITY FRUIT BOWL

Friday 13 November 10.00 am – 10.15am

SALISBURY DOWNS

HOLLYWOOD PLAZA SURGERY

Saturday 14 November 10.00 am – 11.00 am

Friday 13 November 7.15am – 7.20 am

HOLLYWOOD FRESH FRUIT SHOP, HOLLYWOOD PLAZA

Saturday 14 November 10.00 am – 11.00 am

MCDONALD’S HOLLYWOOD PLAZA

Friday 13 November 10.00 am – 11.00 am

STAR DISCOUNT CHEMIST, HOLLYWOOD PLAZA SURGERY

Saturday 14 November 10.00 am – 11.00 am

Tuesday 10 November 7.30 pm – 7.45 pm

TARGET HOLLYWOOD PLAZA

Thursday 12 November 12.00 pm – 1.30 pm

WOOLWORTHS, HOLLYWOOD PLAZA

Saturday 14 November 10.00 am – 11.00 am

Friday 13 November 10.00 am – 12.00 pm

Thursday 12 November 12.00 pm – 1.30 pm

SOUTH PLYMPTON

JAI SHIV FRUIT & VEG SHOP, 3/489 MARION ROAD

Saturday 14 November 8.00 pm – 8.05 pm

SOMERTON

EBLEN COLLISION REPAIR, 240 BRIGHTON ROAD

Thursday 12 November 8.00 am – 4.30 pm

Friday 13 November 8.00 am – 4.30 pm

ST CLAIR

COLES , CHELTENHAM PARADE

Friday 13 November 4.00 pm – 4.20 pm

WESTLAKES

WESTLAKES SHOPPING CENTRE (K-MART, SAN CHURRIS , NK FASHION, COLES)

Sunday 15 November 1.45 pm – 3.45 pm

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