South Australia has recorded four consecutive days with no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 for the first time since the first week of March.

So far, a total of 438 cases have been recorded in the state, however, 94 per cent of people have now fully recovered.

The state currently has 23 known active cases of the virus, with four patients in the Royal Adelaide Hospital, two of whom are in intensive care.

Meanwhile, the government is urging people who need medical attention not to avoid seeking help because of the pandemic.

SA’s Health Minister Stephen Wade said there had been a reduction in the number of people presenting to hospital emergency departments, ambulance call-outs and visits to GPs.

South Australians have been urged not to delay seeking treatment for chronic health conditions or illnesses.

The first two weeks of April have seen around 8,000 presentations to SA emergency departments, a 32 per cent decrease to last year.