South Australian COVID-19 Restrictions from 22 November 2020
Following a brief lockdown period in South Australia, COVID-19 restrictions have eased and are expected to ease further from 1 December 2020.
Current Restrictions from 22 November 2020L
- Gyms and indoor fitness can resume | 1 person per 4sqm
- Community sport fixtures and training temporarily cancelled. Applies to indoor and outdoor sports, contact and non-contact. Outdoor fitness activities still allowed.
- Funerals are capped at 50 people. 1 per 4sqm
- Religious ceremonies are capped at 100 people. 1 per 4sqm
- Weddings are capped at 150 people. Guest details must be registered in advance using an online form.
- Hospitality – pubs, clubs, restaurants capped at 100 per venue. 1 per 4 sqm and no standing consumption, even outdoors. Maximum booking of 10 people.
- Gatherings in a private place other than a residential premise are capped at 50 people. 1 per 4sqm. No standing consumption of food and drink.
- Gathering at private residential premise capped at 10 people per residence.
- All activities with approved COVID management plan are cancelled. Expected to resume 1 December 2020.
- Personal care – nails, beauty, hairdressers, tattoos – masks are mandatory for service provider, and encouraged for clients.
- Entertainment venues (including museums, cinemas, zoos, etc., see direction for more) are restricted to 1 person per 4sqm.
- Indoor play centres, recreation centres and amusement parks and arcades cannot open.
- Aged care facilities – masks are mandatory where physical distancing cannot be maintained. Personal care workers limited to one site. 2 visitors per day.
- Caravan park- 10 people max per site
- All other holiday accommodation- 10 people max.
Current Recommended Advice:
- If you have symptoms, even if mild, get tested immediately.
- Stay home while you wait for your results.
- Wash/sanitise your hands regularly.
- Keep 1.5m distance from others wherever possible.
- Clean frequently touched surfaces.
- South Australian residents should work from home where possible.
- Vulnerable people are advised to stay at home and avoid having visitors at the moment.
- Unnecessary travel is discouraged.
- South Australian residents should wear a mask when physical distancing of 1.5m cannot be observed, e.g. on public transport.
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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.
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