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Easing Restrictions in SA, Where We Are Now

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SA Health, coronavirus, COVID 19, pandemic response
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Steven Marshall thoughtfully sends emails to anyone interested with updates on issues of interest. Currently, that issue is the easing of restrictions in South Australia! Without the hype, here's the latest on what we can now do under COVID-19 regulations.

Pubs, restaurants and other venues will be able to have up to 300 people attend, with room or group limits of 75 people adhering to the "one person per 4 sqm of floor space" rule. The fitness industry, including dance and yoga, can hold indoor class with sizes up to 20 people per class, with one person per 7 sqm. Children under 16 can visit family in aged care facilities, and aged care residents can leave and return.

Border restrictions are being lifted, like it or not! People arriving from Tasmania, the Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland are no longer required to go into 14 days of self-isolation. Further restrictions will be eased heading into "step 3" which has been brought forward to Monday 29 June.

All information from Steven Marshall's office. Check out SA Health for more detail.
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