COVID-19 Update 27 Nov 2020 | Further Easing of Restrictions in SA from 1 Dec 2020

Further Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions in South Australia from 1 December 2020

COVID-19 restrictions in South Australian will ease from Tuesday 1 December 2020. This includes a lifting of border restrictions with Victoria, gatherings of over 1000 people will require a COVID safe plan and masks will be required where social distancing cannot be maintained.

Summary: 

  • Border restrictions with Vic will be lifted midnight Monday night.

Changes to restrictions for 2 weeks from Tuesday 1 December 2020.

  •  Patron caps in licensed venues: will be removed on Tuesday:
    • 1 per 4 square meters = indoors
    • 1 per 2 square meters = outdoors
  • Caps will remain for private functions:
      • Funerals: 150
      • Private functions: 150
      • Weddings: 150 – dancing & stand up consumption allowed.
      • Home gatherings: max 10
  • Gatherings of 1000+ and nightclubs will require a COVID management plan.
  • Community sport can resume with a modified program of fixtures.
  • Masks: will be required when 1.5m is not able to be maintained.
  • Premier Steven Marshall has written to Prime Minister Scott Morrison to ask for international flights to be delayed until 7 December 2020.

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Current COVID-19 Status in South Australia 27 November 2020 in summary:

  • There were 12,322 people tested yesterday.
  • No new cases today.
  • There are 31 COVID-19 cases linked to the Parafield cluster.
  • 5000 people are currently in quarantine because of the Parafield cluster.
  • 23 active COVID-19 cases currently.
  • 559 total in SA.

Please be aware that there are new locations linked to the current COVID-19 cluster:

  • New locations – monitor symptoms if visited:
    • Armada Arndale (Kilkenny) – Sunday 15 and Sunday 22 November 2020
    • Port Adelaide Plaza – Sunday 15 and Friday 13 November 2020

Professor Spurrier today reiterated that South Australia is currently in a period of high alert and issued the following advice:

  • QR codes will be mandatory for certain businesses
  • Cloth or surgical masks should be worn when in close physical contact with people ie. shopping centres, supermarkets, public transport, hospitals, aged care facilities and any public place you cannot maintain 1.5 distance from others.
  • If you can, continue to work from home for the next two weeks

Please watch this advice from Professor Spurrier:

 

CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER DETAILS ABOUT CURRENT RESTRICTIONS ON ACTIVITIES & GATHERINGS

PARAFIELD CLUSTER

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LIST OF LOCATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PARAFIELD CLUSTER 

CLICK HERE TO READ THE CURRENT EMERGENCY DECLARATION

Watch today’s media conference below:

 
 

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At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image Source: Play & Go; media from SA Health Facebook page

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