A coronavirus patient who was yesterday hospitalised in Adelaide is now in a critical condition, South Australian health authorities have confirmed.
The man, aged in his 40s, is one of 12 people in South Australia with COVID-19, all of whom acquired the virus overseas.
SA Health moved the man from a dedicated quarantine hotel for positive cases in Adelaide yesterday.
He is currently in the intensive care unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Acting Chief Public Health Officer Michael Cusack yesterday said the man was believed to have the South African variant.
More to come.
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