South Australia has recorded a new case of COVID-19 after a man in his 20s returning from overseas tested positive while in hotel quarantine.
SA Health says the case is an old infection but had not been previously counted.
The state has one active case, with 471 reported cases and four deaths.
It comes after SA revised its coronavirus restrictions, with licensed pubs and restaurants able to serve drinks to standing patrons from Saturday, provided they are in an outdoor area.
SA has also eased measures on the events sector to allow private functions with a maximum of 150 people, including weddings, to have dancing and the service of drinks to people who are standing.