A Message from SA State Government, Hon. Steven Marshall:

The easing of restrictions in South Australia is picking up pace.

We’re getting people back to work and our state back to business by relaxing more restrictions.

In a boost for our hospitality sector, from today, venues including pubs and restaurants will be able to welcome up to 300 people. Room/group limits of 75 people apply using the one person per 4 sqm of floor space rule.

And we will continue to make decisions as to how we can further ease restrictions to support local businesses as we head towards step 3 which has been brought forward to Monday 29 June.

From today, the fitness industry has increased limits on indoor class sizes like fitness, dance and yoga to 20 participants per class, with one person per 7 sqm.

And children under 16 can now attend aged care facilities to visit residents, with aged care residents also able to leave and return to the facility.

With our world-leading COVID-19 response, we have also been able to begin easing border restrictions for the immediate social and economic benefit of South Australians.

People who travel from Tasmania, the Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland (from midnight tonight) are no longer required to undertake 14 days of self isolation.

We are continuing to do extraordinarily well in response to COVID-19. We must stay the course and work together on this road to recovery.

Steven Marshall
Premier of South Australia