Home gathering caps have lifted, however with a series of provisos.
Following the Transition Committee meeting this morning, the cap on private functions will lift from 50 to up to 200 from midnight tonight.
Event organisers will need to abide by the one person per 2sqm rule, obtain a COVID safe plan, QR readers to track the guest list, and a COVID marshal present.
SA Health Chief Public Health Officer, Professor Nicola Spurrier says that change will make many at home weddings possible.
Both the COVID safe plan and COVID marshal training can be completed online. A QR code is provided upon being granted a COVID safe plan.
SA Premier Steven Marshall says that the next Transition Committee meeting will cover further lifting NSW border restrictions.
There have been two new COVID-19 cases recorded in SA, both from overseas travellers.
The male in his 40s and the woman in her 20s have no link to the tennis players who are currently quarantining in SA.
There have been a total of 596 cases in SA with five active cases.
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