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Two COVID-19 Directions have been updated in South Australia in response to the recent COVID-19 cases in New Zealand.

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Please be advised that tomorrow, Sunday 24 January, there will be a short outage to three SA Police websites.

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The Public Activities COVID-19 Direction has been updated in South Australia.

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The Public Activities COVID-19 Direction has been updated in South Australia.

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South Australia Police are reminding members of the public to be vigilant in scanning COVID-19 QR codes when entering businesses.

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COVID-19 Directions have been updated in South Australia in response to the recent reduction of risk by people travelling from the Greater Brisbane Area.

Updates have been made to the Cross Border Travel. These updates provide information on the lifting of restrictions for people coming from the Greater Brisbane Area.

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13 Jan 2021 11:51pm

COVID-19 Directions have been updated in South Australia in response to the recent reduction of risk by people travelling from New South Wales.

Updates have been made to the Cross Border Travel and Supervised Quarantine Directions. These updates provide information on the lifting of restrictions for people coming from New South Wales and an update in requirements for supervised quarantine workers.

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This media release should be read together with the new South Australian COVID directions which come into being at midnight this evening.

A number of changes happened today in South Australia directly related to the need to diminish the risk of the new mutant strain of COVID-19 virus entering the state from Queensland.

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Two COVID-19 Directions have been updated in South Australia in response to the recent Queensland COVID-19 outbreak.

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Travellers arriving in South Australia from Victoria will be subject to increased scrutiny following recent cases of COVID-19.

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