Following on from this week’s announcement by South Australian Premier Steven Marshall, that supermarket laws around trading hours were being deregulated to allow for 24 hour trade during weekdays, further restrictions have been lifted on the supply of goods.
The new laws will enable 24-hour deliver of essential goods to supermarkets and retailers, until 30 September 2020.
While the new supermarket shopping hours coming into effect from March 21st, no major retailers are yet to make an announcement as to whether they’ll be extending trading hours.
Shops are now allowed to trade up to 24-hours on weekdays, from 12am to 9pm on Saturdays and from 9am to 9pm on Sundays (effective from March 21 – April 19).
Marshall has said “When you spread the hours, you spread the people, and then reduce the risk.”
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