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🔴WATCH AND ACT BUSHFIRE -LEAVE NOW 🔴

🟡YELLOW: Advice Message;
🟠ORANGE: Watch and Act Message
🔴RED: Emergency Warning
🟢Green: All Clear (Safe)

🔴WATCH AND ACT BUSHFIRE - Leave Now - COLES, ELAD ROAD : issued for Coles and Callendale near Lucindale in the South East of South Australia🔴

Take action now as this bushfire may threaten your safety. If you are not prepared, leave now and if the path is clear, go to a safer place. Do not enter this area as conditions are dangerous.

The COLES, ELAD ROAD fire is uncontrolled. This forest fire is burning in a Westerly towards the Callendale Road and Ballogie Lane. Conditions are continually changing.

For updates listen to your local ABC radio station on a battery powered radio, visit the CFS website www.cfs.sa.gov.au or call the Bushfire Information Hotline 1800 362 361.

Homes are not built to withstand these fire conditions, however they can be used as a shelter against heat from the fire. You may lose power, water, phone and data connections. Fire crews are responding but you should not expect a firefighter at your door.

WHAT TO DO:
Check and follow your Bushfire Survival Plan. Protect yourself from the fire’s heat – put on protective clothing. Tell family and friends of your plans.

IF YOU ARE LEAVING:
Leave now, don’t delay. Roads may become blocked or access may change. Smoke will reduce visibility. Secure your pets for travel. If you become stuck in your car, park away from bushes, cover yourself, get onto the floor as the windows may break from the intense heat.


PREPARE TO DEFEND:
Identify a spot to shelter in, with more than one exit, keep moving away from the heat of the fire. Bring pets inside and restrain them. Move flammable materials such as doormats, wheelie bins and outdoor furniture away from your house. Close doors and windows to keep smoke out. If you have sprinklers, turn them on to wet the areas. If your building catches fire go to an area already burnt. Check around you for anything burning.


Shapes on this map image indicate the Warning Area to which this message applies. YELLOW: Advice Message; ORANGE: Watch and Act Message; RED: Emergency Warning

-Kurt (Bitwaves Team Member)

#SAnews #fire #bushlife #southeast #southaustralia #watchandact #uncontrolled #CFS #bombers #waterbombers #coles #firesafety #leavenowWATCH AND ACT BUSHFIRE - Leave Now - COLES, ELAD ROAD : issued for Coles and Callendale near Lucindale in the South East of South Australia


Take action now as this bushfire may threaten your safety. If you are not prepared, leave now and if the path is clear, go to a safer place. Do not enter this area as conditions are dangerous.


The COLES, ELAD ROAD fire is uncontrolled. This forest fire is burning in a Westerly towards the Callendale Road and Ballogie Lane. Conditions are continually changing.



For updates listen to your local ABC radio station on a battery powered radio, visit the CFS website www.cfs.sa.gov.au or call the Bushfire Information Hotline 1800 362 361.


Homes are not built to withstand these fire conditions, however they can be used as a shelter against heat from the fire. You may lose power, water, phone and data connections. Fire crews are responding but you should not expect a firefighter at your door.


WHAT TO DO:


Check and follow your Bushfire Survival Plan. Protect yourself from the fire’s heat – put on protective clothing. Tell family and friends of your plans.


IF YOU ARE LEAVING:


Leave now, don’t delay. Roads may become blocked or access may change. Smoke will reduce visibility. Secure your pets for travel. If you become stuck in your car, park away from bushes, cover yourself, get onto the floor as the windows may break from the intense heat.


PREPARE TO DEFEND:


Identify a spot to shelter in, with more than one exit, keep moving away from the heat of the fire. Bring pets inside and restrain them. Move flammable materials such as doormats, wheelie bins and outdoor furniture away from your house. Close doors and windows to keep smoke out. If you have sprinklers, turn them on to wet the areas. If your building catches fire go to an area already burnt. Check around you for anything burning.


Shapes on this map image indicate the Warning Area to which this message applies. YELLOW: Advice Message; ORANGE: Watch and Act Message; RED: Emergency Warning
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Posted 23 hours ago
🔴WATCH AND ACT BUSHFIRE -LEAVE NOW 🔴

🟡YELLOW: Advice Message; 
🟠ORANGE: Watch and Act Message
🔴RED: Emergency Warning
🟢Green: All Clear (Safe)

🔴WATCH AND ACT BUSHFIRE - Leave Now - COLES, ELAD ROAD : issued for Coles and Callendale near Lucindale in the South East of South Australia🔴
 
Take action now as this bushfire may threaten your safety. If you are not prepared, leave now and if the path is clear, go to a safer place. Do not enter this area as conditions are dangerous.
 
The COLES, ELAD ROAD fire is uncontrolled. This forest fire is burning in a Westerly towards the Callendale Road and Ballogie Lane. Conditions are continually changing.

For updates listen to your local ABC radio station on a battery powered radio, visit the CFS website https://www.cfs.sa.gov.au or call the Bushfire Information Hotline 1800 362 361.
 
Homes are not built to withstand these fire conditions, however they can be used as a shelter against heat from the fire. You may lose power, water, phone and data connections. Fire crews are responding but you should not expect a firefighter at your door.

WHAT TO DO:
Check and follow your Bushfire Survival Plan. Protect yourself from the fire’s heat – put on protective clothing. Tell family and friends of your plans.

IF YOU ARE LEAVING:
Leave now, don’t delay. Roads may become blocked or access may change. Smoke will reduce visibility. Secure your pets for travel. If you become stuck in your car, park away from bushes, cover yourself, get onto the floor as the windows may break from the intense heat.
 

PREPARE TO DEFEND:
Identify a spot to shelter in, with more than one exit, keep moving away from the heat of the fire. Bring pets inside and restrain them. Move flammable materials such as doormats, wheelie bins and outdoor furniture away from your house. Close doors and windows to keep smoke out. If you have sprinklers, turn them on to wet the areas. If your building catches fire go to an area already burnt. Check around you for anything burning.
 

Shapes on this map image indicate the Warning Area to which this message applies. YELLOW: Advice Message; ORANGE: Watch and Act Message; RED: Emergency Warning

-Kurt (Bitwaves Team Member) 

#SAnews #fire #bushlife #southeast #southaustralia #watchandact #uncontrolled #CFS #bombers #waterbombers #coles #firesafety #leavenow

COVID-19 Update 19 January 2022

[NEW CASES]
There have been 3,482 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today.

[CASE UPDATE]
Following further clarification this afternoon, SA Health has revised the total of deaths since last reporting period to three deaths. Sadly, SA Health can confirm a man in his 70s, a man in his 80s, and a woman in her 70s who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away.

There are 294 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 23 people in ICU and four people requiring a ventilator. Of those hospitalised, 169 people are fully vaccinated, 51 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 74 have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases have been readjusted.

[DAILY STATS]
Cases in hospital: 294
Cases in ICU: 23
New cases today: 3,482
Total active cases: 32,366
Total cases: 77,183
Lives lost today: 3
Cases recovered: 44,770
Tests yesterday: 15,409
Second dose vaccinated (12+): 89.9%
Total booster doses: 385,077
QR check ins: 1,403,715
-Kurt (Bitwaves Team Member)

#SANews #COVID19 #covid #coronavirus #mask #maskup #staysafe #stayhome #online #radio
#publictransport #risk #traffic #travel #southaustralia #border #Checkpoint #exposure #SAHealth #ADVISE #test #testing #healthCOVID-19 Update 19 January 2022

[NEW CASES]
There have been 3,482 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today.

[CASE UPDATE]
Following further clarification this afternoon, SA Health has revised the total of deaths since last reporting period to three deaths. Sadly, SA Health can confirm a man in his 70s, a man in his 80s, and a woman in her 70s who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away.

There are 294 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 23 people in ICU and four people requiring a ventilator. Of those hospitalised, 169 people are fully vaccinated, 51 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 74 have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases have been readjusted.

[DAILY STATS]
Cases in hospital: 294
Cases in ICU: 23
New cases today: 3,482
Total active cases: 32,366
Total cases: 77,183
Lives lost today: 3
Cases recovered: 44,770
Tests yesterday: 15,409
Second dose vaccinated (12+): 89.9%
Total booster doses: 385,077
QR check ins: 1,403,715

[REMINDER]
🤧 If you have symptoms, even mild, get tested immediately.
🏠 Stay home while you wait for your results.
💦 Wash/sanitise your hands regularly.
🙋↔🙋 Keep 1.5m distance from others wherever possible.
📱 Use COVID Safe Check-In.
🛒 Clean frequently touched surfaces.
💪 Get vaccinated.

[INFORMATION AND SUPPORT]
📱 SA COVID-19 Information Line 1800 253 787
📱 SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line 1800 632 753
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Posted 23 hours ago
COVID-19 Update 19 January 2022

[NEW CASES]
There have been 3,482 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. 

[CASE UPDATE]
Following further clarification this afternoon, SA Health has revised the total of deaths since last reporting period to three deaths. Sadly, SA Health can confirm a man in his 70s, a man in his 80s, and a woman in her 70s who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away. 

There are 294 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 23 people in ICU and four people requiring a ventilator. Of those hospitalised, 169 people are fully vaccinated, 51 people are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 74 have an unknown vaccination status. 

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases have been readjusted.

[DAILY STATS]
Cases in hospital: 294
Cases in ICU: 23
New cases today: 3,482
Total active cases: 32,366
Total cases: 77,183
Lives lost today: 3
Cases recovered: 44,770
Tests yesterday: 15,409
Second dose vaccinated (12+): 89.9%
Total booster doses: 385,077
QR check ins: 1,403,715
-Kurt (Bitwaves Team Member) 

#SANews #COVID19 #covid #coronavirus #mask #maskup #staysafe #stayhome #online #radio
#publictransport #risk #traffic #travel #southaustralia #border #Checkpoint #exposure #SAHealth #Advise #test #testing #health

COVID-19 Update 18 January 2022
[NEW CASES]
There have been 3,079 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today.
[CASE UPDATE]
Sadly, SA Health can confirm a man in his 80s and a man in his 90s, who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away.
There are 285 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 24 people in ICU and five requiring a ventilator. Of those hospitalised, 151 people are fully vaccinated, 43 are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 91 have an unknown vaccination status.
Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases have been readjusted.
[DAILY STATS]
Cases in hospital: 285
Cases in ICU: 24
New cases today: 3,079
Total active cases: 32,530
Total cases: 73,918
Lives lost today: 2
Cases recovered: 41,344
Tests yesterday: 13,319
Second dose vaccinated (12+): 89.7%
Total booster doses: 369,148
QR check ins: 1,384,615

-Kurt (Bitwaves Team Member)

#SANews #COVID19 #covid #coronavirus #mask #maskup #staysafe #stayhome #online #radio
#publictransport #risk #traffic #travel #southaustralia #border #Checkpoint #exposure #SAHealth #ADVISE #test #testing #healthCOVID-19 Update 18 January 2022

[NEW CASES]
There have been 3,079 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today.

[CASE UPDATE]
Sadly, SA Health can confirm a man in his 80s and a man in his 90s, who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away.

There are 285 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 24 people in ICU and five requiring a ventilator. Of those hospitalised, 151 people are fully vaccinated, 43 are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 91 have an unknown vaccination status.

Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases have been readjusted.

[DAILY STATS]
Cases in hospital: 285
Cases in ICU: 24
New cases today: 3,079
Total active cases: 32,530
Total cases: 73,918
Lives lost today: 2
Cases recovered: 41,344
Tests yesterday: 13,319
Second dose vaccinated (12+): 89.7%
Total booster doses: 369,148
QR check ins: 1,384,615

[REMINDER]
🤧 If you have symptoms, even mild, get tested immediately.
🏠 Stay home while you wait for your results.
💦 Wash/sanitise your hands regularly.
🙋↔🙋 Keep 1.5m distance from others wherever possible.
📱 Use COVID Safe Check-In.
🛒 Clean frequently touched surfaces.
💪 Get vaccinated.

[INFORMATION AND SUPPORT]
📱 SA COVID-19 Information Line 1800 253 787
📱 SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line 1800 632 753
... See MoreSee Less

Posted 2 days ago
COVID-19 Update 18 January 2022
[NEW CASES]
There have been 3,079 new cases of COVID-19 reported in South Australia today. 
[CASE UPDATE]
Sadly, SA Health can confirm a man in his 80s and a man in his 90s, who tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away.
There are 285 people with COVID-19 in hospital, including 24 people in ICU and five requiring a ventilator. Of those hospitalised, 151 people are fully vaccinated, 43 are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, and 91 have an unknown vaccination status.
Due to a reconfiguration of the data, the total number of cases have been readjusted.
[DAILY STATS]
Cases in hospital: 285
Cases in ICU: 24
New cases today: 3,079
Total active cases: 32,530
Total cases: 73,918
Lives lost today: 2
Cases recovered: 41,344
Tests yesterday: 13,319
Second dose vaccinated (12+): 89.7%
Total booster doses: 369,148
QR check ins: 1,384,615

-Kurt (Bitwaves Team Member)

#SANews #COVID19 #covid #coronavirus #mask #maskup #staysafe #stayhome #online #radio
#publictransport #risk #traffic #travel #southaustralia #border #Checkpoint #exposure #SAHealth #Advise #test #testing #health
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