Tom Koutsantonis MP tests positive to COVID-19

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South Australia’s Labor Transport spokesman, Tom Koutsantonis, has tested positive to COVID-19 and is currently isolating at home with his family.

The West Torrens MP made the announcement on Twitter on Wednesday and stressed he will “continue to work from home.”

“My staff Betty, Zoi and Nick are staffing the West Torrens office to serve our community’s concerns,” Koutsantonis said.

READ MORE: Turkish Government puts pressure on Koutsantonis for Greek Genocide Remembrance Day motion.

Koutsantonis is not the first SA politician to test positive to the virus, with Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas also catching COVID-19 earlier this year.

SA Premier, Steven Marshall, tested negative to COVID-19 after his daughter contracted the virus in January.

This news came as SA recorded 1,624 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday and four deaths.

READ MORE: Tom Koutsantonis MP leads historic motion in SA Parliament to recognise Republic of Artsakh.

Source: The Advertiser.

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