Sumary of SA's lockdown restrictions have been tweaked. Here's what you should know:
- The amendment is open to anyone who lives alone and is over the age of 16. SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens is urging people to stay home.
- “The intent of this amendment is if you are in an existing relationship and you comply with the conditions that are put in this, then you are allowed to visit those people you are normally in a relationship with,” Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said.
- Commissioner Stevens also reiterated that people are only allowed to nominate one person that they can go and visit.
- (ABC News: Daniel Keane)”If you are in a situation where you have ended a lease, you’ve quit your lease, your landlord requires you to move, you’ve purchased a property and you’re having settlement and you must move, then that is permissible under the direction,” Commissioner Stevens said.
- South Australian authorities have imposed a 2.5-kilometre travel limit on residents during the state’s lockdown.
- Masks must cover the mouth and nose and be worn when using passenger transport services, in public places, at health care services and in high-risk settings.
- If you are requested to do so by a person working in a retail outlet, please abide by their request,” Commissioner Stevens said.