A Liberal Women's Council meeting is scheduled to be held at Adelaide Oval tonight.(ABC News: Malcolm Sutton)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelSouth Australian Premier Steven Marshall has defended a Liberal Party event to be held tonight that could attract as many as 600 women.Key points:A function for female Liberal members will be held at Adelaide Oval tonightA union has called for public transport users to wear face masksTwo people have been arrested for alleged COVID-19 breachesThe Liberal Women's Council is holding its annual general meeting at Adelaide Oval tonight, attracting accusations from the Opposition of hypocrisy.The State Government earlier this week announced home gatherings would be limited to 10 people after cutting back weddings to 100 people from last week.Mr Marshall said he was sure the event, in a function room at the oval, would abide by the state's "very, very strict" COVID-19 restrictions."We have rules in place and they must be adhered to and they will be adhered to tonight," he said."There are very strict guidelines; I am absolutely 100 per cent sure that they will be [followed]."Having a group of people at the right density levels is not anywhere near the same level of risk [as weddings and funerals]."He said it was not a "sit-down dinner" but refreshments would be provided. The William Magarey Room hosting the SANFL's Magarey Medal count in 2018.(ABC Radio Adelaide: Malcolm Sutton)Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas said it was an unusual time for the event to go ahead. "At a week where we're having the reimposition of restrictions, catering businesses being put out of work, weddings and funerals being restricted to 100 people, it does seem unusual that we'd have a political event that is for a far larger number all occurring at the same time," he said.For the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic read our coronavirus live blog.The Liberal Party has told the ABC fewer than 600 people will be at the council's AGM.It says it will follow all restrictions, have an SA Health COVID-19 management plan and apply the one-person-per-two-square-metre rule.Former Liberal Women's Council president Chelsey Potter said not all council members typically attended the AGM."However, AGMs must be accessible to members and provisions must be made for all of them, should they choose to turn up and vote," she said. A union wants Adelaide public transport users to wear face masks.(ABC Radio Sydney: Matt Bamford)Masks on public transport call rebuffedMeanwhile, the Transport Workers' Union has called for Adelaide commuters to be required to use masks while on public transport.Mr Marshall said he listened to the union, but he listened to SA Health more, and Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier had not recommended such a change."Our principal advice to the people of South Australia is if you are unwell, do not get onto public transport," Mr Marshall said.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 lockdownsLabor has also criticised a lack of extra train carriages on services leaving after the AFL match at Adelaide Oval last night."It is completely unacceptable to have passengers cramming onto trains, breaching the 1.5m social distancing rule," the Opposition Leader, Mr Malinauskas, said,Mr Marshall repeated his advice about not catching public transport if sick."We're not really listening to what Peter Malinauskas says we should do on a daily basis," the Premier said.From today, patients at public hospitals' emergency and outpatient departments will only be allowed one visitor per day.Drive-through testing without a doctor's referral has started today at the Aldinga GP Plus Health Care Centre, in Adelaide's outer southern suburbs.It follows huge demand at a similar clinic in Victoria Park, in the Adelaide Parklands.About 1,000 tests have been conducted at the site each day, contributing to the record of more than 6,000 tests conducted across the state yesterday. Dozens of cars lined up at Adelaide's Victoria Park drive-through coronavirus testing facility on Wednesday.(ABC News: Dana Morse)A new coronavirus testing machine installed at the Royal Adelaide Hospital will increase the capacity there by a further 800 tests per day.A COVID-19 case announced earlier in the week was dismissed as a false positive and no new cases were announced yesterday.There are eight active cases in South Australia. An alert remains for certain businesses at Salisbury Downs, Kilburn and Blair Athol in relation to a confirmed case.What you need to know about coronavirus:When and how to wear a face maskThe symptomsThe number of cases in AustraliaGlobal cases, deaths and testing rates
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