Coronavirus pandemic: South Australia announces six-day 'circuit-breaker' lockdown

South Australia announced a six-day "circuit-breaker" lockdown for its nearly two million people Wednesday to contain a sudden coronavirus outbreak that ended a months-long streak of no infections. Schools, shops, pubs, factories and even takeaway restaurants were told to close at midnight and stay-at-home orders were issued for residents across the state. FRANCE 24's Richelle Harrisson Plesse tells us more.