COVID-19

Dancing permitted in SA

Dancing is back on the cards with certain provisos in SA as border with greater Melbourne opens.

Dancing will once again be permitted in South Australia under certain provisos, Premier Steven Marshall announced today.

Venues with under 200 patrons will now allow drinking and dancing, with social distancing requirements present.

For venues with 200 to 1000 patrons, there can only be 50 persons on dance floors with social distancing requirements present.

Venues with over 1000 patrons will still be required to implement a COVID-19 Management Plan.

SA’s border with the greater Melbourne area will also be opening from one minute past midnight on Friday morning.

Those entering from the greater Melbourne are will not be required to quarantine, isolate, or be tested when entering SA. They will still be required to complete the cross-border declaration.

Those currently quarantining in SA from exposure to tier one sites will still be required to quarantine for 14 days.

The remaining people who are currently in quarantine from greater Melbourne will be permitted to leave their quarantine but will still be required to get tested on day one, five, and 12.

There has been one new case recorded in SA but the person is currently in a medi-hotel.

More to come.

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