On Monday 29 June, South Australia will move into Stage Three of eased COVID-19 restrictions.
According to Premier Steven Marshall, Stage Three will see major changes for venues, with the one person per four square metre rule reduced to one person per two square metres.
South Australia’s strong border policy will remain, particularly in relation to the border with Victoria.
However, in the coming weeks the Transition Committee will move onto plans surround opening other state borders, including ACT.
Mr Marshall also announced that theatres and productions in South Australia will also reopen from Monday.
The Premier also revealed higher risk activities, including large events and nightclub openings, will soon be considered but only after a comprehensive COVID-19 management plan has been put in place.
As of this weekend’s SANFL games, a maximum capacity of 5,000 people will be permitted each day.
South Australia is planning another repatriation mission, with a group of Australian citizens set to return to the country over the next few weeks.
More to come.
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