South Australia Prepares Regional Quarantine Camps For Aboriginal People

South Australia Prepares Regional Quarantine Camps For Aboriginal People

Hard lockdown is taking place in Australia at the moment due to the rising covid cases. Check out the latest news below.

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Health authorities in South Australia are racing to organize quarantine “camps” for Aboriginal people unable to quarantine at home.

The exact online publication notes that a tender issued by SA Health this week sought companies able to manage facilities in regional centers like Port Augusta, Port Lincoln, Renmark, and Mount Gambier in the event of an outbreak.

“It has been identified that facilities would be required for the quarantining of persons who would otherwise be unable to home quarantine due to their living circumstances,” the tender document states.

It’s been also revealed that the sites, which are “currently being identified”, are expected to be available from the end of November until June.


The official notes reveal that only contractors who could take control of and prepare the facilities with 24 to 48 hours notice would be considered.

The tender process opened on Monday and will close on Friday.

Fauci reveals new warning about the coronavirus pandemic 

In other recent news, it’s been revealed that Fauci has recently said it was not too late to avoid a significant worsening of Covid-19 rates leading up to Christmas and New Year if the public acted now on new measures to subdue the virus.

The whole world continues to make strong efforts with the help of available vaccines, viable treatments, and other measures in order to stop the pandemic that changed our lives probably for good. 

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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