Health authorities have praised South Australians as the state records its second 24-hour period with no new Coronavirus cases.

No new cases were identified by SA Health in the past day.

“We’re very pleased we’ve has such low numbers in South Australia,” chief public health officer Dr Nicolas Spurrier said.

The state will now undertake a two-week testing blitz, which means anybody with a symptom of Coronavirus can go to one of 54 clinics across the state to get tested.

SA Health says it has managed to bring a number of cases across the state under control, including at Adelaide Airport and the Barossa Valley.