The South Australian Government is urging any travellers from New South Wales to self isolate if they have been to any hotspots recently identified by NSW Health.
If you have come over the border and have been through Auburn, Bargo, Gregory Hills, Ingleburn, Lakemba, Narellan, Oran Park, Parramatta, or bus from Central the Strathfield, check the NSW Health website for the exact hotspot dates and times to see if you need to get a test and go into self-quarantine.
There are eight active cases of coronavirus in SA, as of Sunday 18 October.
On Sunday, a man in his 40s and woman in her 30s in hotel quarantine returned positive tests after recently returning from overseas.
Photo of Yamba checkpoint, SAPOL supplied