COVID-19 Update for SA
Stay at home restrictions are easing as of 12.01am Wednesday 28 July 2021. To protect South Australians, capacity and density limits still apply to certain public activities, businesses, vanues and gatherings.
Although restrictions are easing, people who have been directed to self quarantine must complete their 14 day quarantine, unless instructed otherwise by an authorised officer.
More information, including the new Direction, is available via covid-19.sa.gov.au.
SA exposure locations update:
SA Health has changed advice for several exposure locations associated with positive cases of COVID-19 in South Australia.
You can check the exposure locations and relevant public health actions via the SA Health website.
From 12.01am 28 July 2021, masks will be mandatory under the Activities Direction for:
- Shared indoor public spaces
- Passenger transport services
- Health care services
- High risk settings
- Personal care services
Masks are strongly recommended to be worn in indoor workplaces, especially open plan offices, and in adult learning settings like university and TAFE.
There are exceptions to these mandatory requirements. For more information about the rules and recommendations around wearing a mask, please visit the SA Health website.