Thebarton Senior College in Adelaide's inner-west.(ABC News: Claire Campbell)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelAn adult education college in Adelaide's inner west will be shut and about 1,100 staff and students forced to isolate after the emergence of a new coronavirus case linked to a growing cluster.Key points:A woman in her 20s is South Australia's latest coronavirus caseShe is the fifth person linked to a cluster linked to schools, businesses and a hotelMore than 1,000 staff and students at an adult education college will be required to quarantineSA Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said a woman aged in her 20s had tested positive for COVID-19, and that contact tracing had identified about 70 close contacts.The woman is connected with a case at Thebarton Senior College announced on Sunday, in what SA Health is now calling the "Thebarton cluster".The school will close, and Professor Spurrier said there were five positive cases in the cluster.The new case was a close contact of two of those people."She has minimal symptoms and is stable, which is good news," Professor Spurrier said. Professor Spurrier said the Thebarton cluster had expanded to five cases.(ABC News: Lincoln Rothall)The positive case and about 70 other close contacts will go into two Adelaide hotels set up for returning international travellers."We have not got community transmission in South Australia in any way in a widespread form and this is why we're being absolutely over-cautious in this instance," she said.They will also self-isolate until Saturday, August 15.Professor Spurrier said Thebarton Senior College was unusual in that it catered to adult learners, so students could be in multiple classes with a range of people, rather than just their own year level like most schools."There are a large number of close contacts and this is because the Thebarton Senior College is a college for adult learners," she said.For the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic read our coronavirus live blog.The cluster also forced three northern suburbs businesses to close and customers to self-isolate.SA Health yesterday said the cluster was linked to a 20-year-old essential worker?who was self-isolating in the Walkers Arms Hotel in Adelaide's inner north-east, but transmitted the virus to a cleaner and another woman in her 20s.SA Health had been conducting mobile testing at the school today. Coronavirus testing at a drive-through centre in Bondi Beach.(AAP: Bianca De Marchi)Social workers to provide supportProfessor Spurrier said students required to quarantine in the hotels would be provided with mental health and social work support."The Thebarton Senior College does have a range of different ethnic and cultural backgrounds of the students attending," she said."These are young people, and vulnerable young people, and we'll also be engaging some support from social workers as well."She said sending those 70 close contacts to a hotel was the best way to control the cluster."It's fine if you've got a very large house and you've got lots of separate bathrooms," she said."But for most people that's not the case, and so this is the safest way of doing that quarantine."Read more about coronavirus:Charting the pandemic: These numbers show how dire it has become in VictoriaHow Melbourne's stage 4 restrictions compare to the world's toughest lockdownsDepartment for Education chief executive Rick Persse said students would be provided with more information about learning tomorrow, as staff were also self-isolating.The school has been shut to students this week but plans to reopen on Monday, August 17,
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