Confirmed and suspected cases of COVID-19 in South Australia

Positive COVID-19 Case Distribution Maps

These maps show confirmed COVID-19 cases only, based on location of usual residence. Cases without a South Australian residential address are not shown. 

Latest statistics – as of 4pm, 2 April 2020

Type Number

Confirmed cases


Cases in ICU


Total deaths reported


Cases cleared of COVID-19


Latest press conference

Age and sex breakdown of confirmed cases in SA

Age and sex breakdown of confirmed cases in SA
Age Group Female Male Total
0-9 0 3 3
10-19 9 4 13
20-29 33 33 66
30-39 25 20 45
40-49 17 22 39
50-59 42 38 80
60-69 36 50 86
70-79 22 25 47
80-89 2 4 6
90-100 0 0 0
>100 0 0 0
Grand Total 186 199 385

  • Cases include 199 males (52%) and 186 females (48%)
  • The median age of cases is 54 years (range 8 months to 85 years)


  • SA Pathology has conducted 29,876 COVID-19 laboratory tests
  • SA’s metropolitan COVID-19 clinics have swabbed and screened almost 10,000.

 Source of infection in confirmed cases of COVID-19 in SA

Source Cases

Overseas acquired


Locally acquired (close contact of a confirmed case)


Locally acquired (Interstate travel)


Locally acquired (contact not identified)


Under investigation




For public action

Investigations are ongoing into the cluster of cases identified at Adelaide Airport.

Twelve baggage handlers and another five close contacts have tested positive for COVID-19, taking the cluster to a total of 17 cases.

The first case related to the cluster received a positive test result on 27 March.

Anyone who is sick with symptoms of COVID-19 and have been at the airport, including in the terminal or car park, in the last 14 days prior to symptom onset should present for testing.
There are 34 confirmed cases linked to areas within the Barossa region including Tanunda, Nuriootpa, Williamstown, Angaston and Lyndoch.

Anyone in these areas from Saturday 14 March 2020 who develops symptoms should immediately self-isolate and be tested.

Travel in or out of these towns should now be limited and any non-essential travel within the region is discouraged. Anyone attending work should adhere to social distancing guidelines and working from home is encouraged.

A dedicated COVID-19 testing clinic has opened at Tanunda War Memorial Hospital for people in the region with symptoms of COVID-19.

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