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Update on COVID-19 announcements: South Australia


Latest Update: 21 November 2020

South Australia: Restrictions following the Circuit Breaker

The Circuit Breaker lockdown in South Australia will cease at 12.01am on 22 November 2020. The restrictions for public activities will mostly revert to those that applied on 16 November 2020, with some minor variations.

Ai Group has composed the following Member Advice providing information about the restrictions and prompts South Australian businesses to review their COVID-19 risk control measures and consider: density quotients, workplace “bubbles”, working from home and the wearing of masks.

Please see Member Advice NAT 102/20 for further details

Update: 25 June 2020

The South Australian Government has announced that from Monday 29th June, COVID-19 restrictions will be eased.

Step 3 of the Government's COVID-19 RoadMap will include:

  • A reduction of the person per square metre requirement to 1 person per 2 square meters.
  • No maximum number of attendees for gatherings however COVID Safe Plans will continue to be required for defined public activities.
  • Most activities/business will be permitted including food courts, nightclubs, spas, saunas etc.
  • Travellers entering South Australia directly from Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland and Tasmania are not required to quarantine.
  • Travellers entering from other states are required to quarantine for 14 days.

The Premier has indicated subject to a public health risk assessment, from 20 July travellers entering South Australia from New South Wales, Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory will no longer be required to quarantine for 14 days.

For further information please refer to

Update: 19 June 2020

The South Australian Government has announced that as of midnight tonight, visitors from the Northern Territory, Tasmania and Western Australia can enter South Australia without serving two weeks isolation. The Government has indicated that all other state borders will be open from July 20th. International borders remain closed.

The Premier has indicated that it is up to those jurisdictions to determine whether South Australian visitors must serve isolation when entering their states.

Other steps recently taken by the South Australia Government are:

  • From 19th June, subject to the 1 person per 4 sqm rule and social distancing, venues can have a maximum of 300 people or 75 per room.
  • Private gatherings of up to 75 people are also allowed for funerals, weddings and other ceremonies.
  • Indoor fitness classes remain limited to 10 participants.
  • Contact sports can resume from 25th June for outdoor competition and training can resume for indoor competition.

For further information please refer to

Stephen Myatt
Head South Australian Branch
Ai Group