A woman who initially tested positive was cleared by subsequent tests.(AP: Ted S Warren)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelA suspected coronavirus case that sparked concerns of community transmission in South Australia has now been declared a false positive, but more details have emerged about a cluster linked to a hotel.Key points:New tests of a woman diagnosed with COVID-19 in SA came back negativeAuthorities were concerned the case had meant community transmission was occuringSouth Australians have been warned to expect more restrictionsSA Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier yesterday announced two new cases of COVID-19 had been detected in South Australia, both of them women in their 20s.One of those is linked to a cluster, which traces back to a guest at the Walkers Arms Hotel, but the other could not be traced to any other person known to have the virus.Speaking on ABC Radio Adelaide this morning, Dr Spurrier said subsequent re-testing of the young woman came back negative for COVID-10 and SA Health is confident she does not have the virus."In these sorts of situations it is good to do those double checks and it has come back negative," she said."The person has had several swabs done and several different machines have tested it, and it is definitely negative." Dr Spurrier told reporters yesterday she was concerned community transmission may have begun in SA.(ABC News: Isadora Bogle)Dr Spurrier said the original test was conducted at a private lab, while subsequent testing occurred at SA Pathology.She cautioned that it was difficult to say the original test was "incorrect" because of the complex nature of the testing, but stressed she was confident this person does not have the coronavirus, describing it as a "false alarm".For the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic read our coronavirus live blog.Dr Spurrier said it was unlikely there were false negative cases in South Australia "because we're so overly cautious" in the interpretation of test results.The false positive means there are now nine known active cases of COVID-19 in South Australia.Hotel cluster includes cleanerWhile no new cases were reported today, more information has been revealed about a cluster linked to the Walkers Arms Hotel in Walkerville and other businesses in Adelaide's north.According to SA Health, a 20-year-old essential worker,
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