COVID-19

What South Australia’s COVID-19 Restrictions Lifting May Look Like

South Australia’s positive results throughout the past month with COVID-19 restrictions, and our current eight day streak of zero new cases has prompted the question of when restrictions will be lifted.

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South Australia’s positive results throughout the past month with COVID-19 restrictions, and our current eight day streak of zero new cases has prompted the question of when restrictions will be lifted and what this will look like.

Northern Territory’s similar trajectory has led many to think that when restrictions lift, it will be in a similar form.

The Northern Territory Government released a timeline that displays a stage by stage removal of restrictions.

NT’s last COVID-19 case was announced on April 6.

This has led to discussions that SA will begin to lift restrictions once we, like NT, reach 28 days with no new COVID-19 cases, however, the timeline has not been confirmed by any Government bodies.

This does give us a good understanding of the stages by which restrictions may be lifted as our COVID-19 statistics are following on a similar trajectory to that of NT.

With playgrounds, pools, outdoor gatherings being initial restrictions easing, and bars, nightclubs, sporting competitions with large spectator groups being the some of the last to ease.

More to come.

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