"Even more, now that we know this person lied, we have to find and isolate a whole new group of associates".
"To say that I am fuming about the actions of this individual is an absolute understatement".
"Their story didn't add up".
People who have been to an identified COVID-19 hotspot in South Australia or have been in contact with a known case will not be allowed into the ACT from 5:30 pm today (19 November), under new measures announced by ACT Health.
"I stress this point, that this is still a very risky cluster and our expert health - our health experts remain extremely concerned", Mr Marshall said.
While exercise in family groups is now permitted, effective immediately.
Gyms will reopen, funerals will be allowed 50 people and weddings will have a maximum capacity of 150.
Religious ceremonies will be restricted to 100 people.
Seated consumption is required across all venues that provide food and beverages.
For the latest information on COVID-19 hotspots in South Australia visit SA Health.
The state hopes it will be able to revert to where it was before lockdown restrictions were in place on December 1 - the same date planned for South Australia to drop its border with Victoria.
Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said the pizza worker who lied to authorities would not be fined or charged for his actions.
The state is trying to contain the widespread of the novel coronavirus after twenty-three people in the state capital Adelaide got infected by a cleaner who was responsible for helping people quarantine when they arrive in the state from across the borders.
"That clearly changes the circumstances, and had this person been truthful to the contract tracing teams, we would not have gone into a six-day lockdown", Marshall said.
"The first effect from this lie is we went into a six-day lockdown", he said.
"The second effect is this person's failure to be truthful with contact tracers means his close associates who we understand he's had close contact with, haven't been identified and are now in the community".