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COVID-19 Update – 6 July 2021

COVID-19 Update – 6 July 2021

Restrictions on public activities, gatherings, businesses and venues

From yesterday afternoon, the temporary restrictions that were put in place last week have been removed. 

South Australia will return to the previous level of restrictions. There are still some limits on how many people can be in venues for certain public activities, businesses, venues and gatherings.

Density requirements for defined public activities and gatherings is 3 people per 4 square metres.

For gatherings at your home (residential gatherings), there is a maximum of 200 people. If you have between 51-200 people, a COVID Safe Plan, COVID Marshal and COVID SAfe Check-In is required.

Find more information, including the new Direction and frequently asked questions, visit www.covid-19.sa.gov.au.  

Masks

Masks are no longer mandatory for health care settings and personal care services.

IMPORTANT – some health services may still require you to wear a mask in certain settings. Please check with the hospital or health service for local requirements.

Border restriction update

From yesterday afternoon, there are no testing or quarantine requirements for people entering South Australia from Victoria.

Travellers arriving who have been in New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and ACT in the last 14 days are prohibited unless they are residents of South Australia or essential travellers.

Find more information, including the new Cross Border Travel-Associated Direction, at www.covid-19.sa.gov.au.

COVID-19 vaccine added to Refugee Health Service

The Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) Refugee Health Service has expanded its support for refugees and asylum seekers by offering COVID-19 vaccinations.

The clinic also offers interpreters in over 50 languages to help our non-English speaking community navigate our health system.

Read how the refugee service is working to improve the health of Adelaide’s refugee communities https://bit.ly/RefugeeHS

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