Following this morning’s National Cabinet and Transition Committee meetings, South Australia’s borders are undergoing two major changes.
As of midnight December 1, SA will be lifting its border to Victoria with no requirement for travellers to quarantine and isolate for 14 days.
As of midnight tonight, Friday 13 November, Western Australia will also reciprocate with free movement between between SA and WA.
There will no longer be a requirement to quarantine for 14 days if South Australians are travelling into WA.
“It’s time to ease further internal restrictions here,” Premier Steven Marshall says.
November 20 has been cited by Mr Marshall as the potential date where the ‘Safe check in’ technology will be in place, allowing stand up consumption in venues.
“Hopefully by the end of next week this will be in place,” he says.
A further Transition Committee meeting will take place on Tuesday 17 November where all capacity restrictions across the state will be looked at and advice on easing restrictions across venues and activities will be changed.
These new capacity restrictions are likely to remain in place for some time, according to Mr Marshall.