People hit the stores for supplies in Adelaide, Australia, ahead of a mandatory six-day lockdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA – NOVEMBER 18: People queuing at Woolworths at West Torrens on November 18, 2020 in Adelaide, Australia. South Australian premier Steven Marshall has announced new lockdown restrictions across the state for the next six days in response to growing new COVID-19 cases in the community. The new restrictions will come into effect at midnight, with all South Australians required to stay home for the next six days and only able to leave home for essential purposes. People will not be permitted to leave their homes to exercise and only one person per household can visit a supermarket per day. All schools will be shut except for children of essential workers and vulnerable children while childcare will be open only to essential workers. Aged care and residential disability care is in lockdown. Takeaway food outlets, restaurants, bars, cafes, pubs and other food venues will close. Non-essential business and industry will shut down, weddings and funerals will be banned for six days and face masks will be encouraged when outside the home but are not mandatory. (Photo by Kelly Barnes/Getty Images)