South Australia has announced plans to overhaul its medi-hotel system, amid a coronavirus cluster that emerged from Peppers Waymouth Hotel in Adelaide.
Those changes include moving all people who test positive to coronavirus into a separate medical facility, managed by police and protective security officers.
Premier Steven Marshall said staff working at that medical facility will not be allowed to work at any other medi-hotels or other high risk environments such as aged care.
“We will now transfer all positive COVID cases from medi-hotels to a dedicated health facility,” he said.
“Staff working at the dedicated facility will not be deployed to other high-risk environments, including aged care facilities, correctional facilities or…