South Australians will wake up on Wednesday morning with no lockdown affecting their daily life as there has been no new COVID-19 case reported today.
State Premier Steven Marshall was relieved while announcing the lockdown ending at 12.01 am Wednesday morning.
So a massive thank you to everybody. We acknowledge how tough this week has been,”said Premier Marshall
“We don’t put these restrictions in place lightly, but if we didn’t we would be in a very different situation. The Stay at Home orders for South Australia will be lifted from 12:01 am on Wednesday 28 July 2021.”
A man in his 80s and a woman in her 80s remain in the Royal Adelaide Hospital in a stable condition.
While some restrictions will ease across the state from tomorrow, those who have visited an exposure site or have been directed by SA Health to quarantine will need to stay in quarantine for the required period.
Stay at Home orders will be rescinded at 12:01 am tomorrow, Wednesday 28 July 2021.
Level 3 Activity restrictions will be in place for businesses and individuals:
- 1/4 density (1 person per 4 square metres)
- No communal consumption facilities
- Seated food and beverage consumption only
- CMP: events of more than 1 000 people and outdoors only
- Shisha ban
- Masks for high risk settings
- Masks for personal care services
- Masks for health care services
- Masks for passenger transport services
- Masks for indoor fitness facilities (except while exercising)
- Restrictions on dancing and singing
- Sports spectator restrictions
The following additional restrictions will also be in place:
- Private activity cap: 10 (including residents of residential premises)
- Private activity cap: 50 (only for Weddings and Funerals outside residential premises)
- Masks for shared indoor public places
- 1/8 density (indoor fitness facilities)
- No team, club or competitive sport except training
All exposure locations and associated advice on quarantine and testing requirements relating to the Modbury Cluster can be found at: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDcontacttracing.