South Australia has reported two new cases in its latest cluster of local COVID-19 infections but both are already in quarantine, Premier Steven Marshall says.
The new cases take the current outbreak to 21 since it first emerged more than a week ago.
The new infections come the day after SA lifted its week-long lockdown designed to bring the current cluster under control.
With shops and other venues open for business the premier has urged people to continue to take care but to also get out and support local traders.
Mr Marshall says officials are also starting to work through the many applications for South Australians wanting to return from interstate.
He says some exemptions have already been granted but officials will continue to take a careful approach.
“We've really got to manage this risk at the moment. My primary concern is the health of all South Australians,” the premier said.
“We'll manage these applications but we'll do it in a prudent way.”
SA still has hard borders in place with NSW and Victoria and while a transition committee meeting would consider those measures on Thursday, no changes were expected.
South Australia's local virus restrictions include the mandatory use of masks in most situations, including in shopping centres and secondary schools.
All food and drink consumption must be seated and dancing and singing remain banned.
Family gatherings are limited to 10 people, although weddings and funerals can have up to 50.
Sports training has resumed but competitions will be delayed until August 7.
The state's so-called Modbury cluster of coronavirus cases began with an 81-year-old man who recently arrived in Australia from Argentina and was quarantined in Sydney before travelling to Adelaide, where he tested positive.