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Businesses that are licenced to sell alcohol for consumption on the premises in South Australia can now open to supply food and beverages if they follow new restriction guidelines.

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Updated Directions have been issued for both Gatherings and Non-Essential Business and Other Activities.

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A Northern Territory man who has never held a driver’s licence has been reported for drink driving and issued a fine for breaching a 14 day COVID-19 self-isolation direction, after he was stopped last night at Port Pirie.

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Over a dozen people have been fined $1000 each for breaching South Australian gathering restrictions.

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Four women have been arrested for alleged breaches of COVID-19 directions.

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The emergency management State Coordinator; police Commissioner Grant Stevens, has this afternoon provided exemptions to both the Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Clubs allowing full squad training sessions, including tackling, contact and match simulation in South Australia.

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The State Coordinator previously made a Direction under the Emergency Management Act 2004 to limit surgery to emergency surgery only. As a result, the Emergency Management (Appropriate Surgery During COVID-19 Pandemic No 4) Direction 2020 was put in place.

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The Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel No 4) COVID 19) Direction 2020 took effect at 12:01 am on Monday 11 May 2020.

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The Emergency Management (Non-Essential Business and Other Activities No 4) (COVID-19) Direction 2020 will be revoked and replaced by the Emergency Management (Non-Essential Business and Other Activities No 5) (COVID-19) Direction 2020. This new Direction comes into effect at 12:00 am on Monday 11 May 2020.

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The Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel No 3) (COVID-19) Direction 2020 has been revoked and replaced by the Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel No 4) (COVID-19) Direction 2020. This new Direction comes into effect at 0001hrs on Monday 11 May 2020.

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Governor approval has been provided to extend the existing Major Emergency Declaration.

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The use of online technology to help people and businesses stay connected has increased dramatically over the past few months, and police have created a guide to help individuals and companies stay safe online during video calls and conferences.

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A woman has been arrested after she allegedly failed to stop her car at Lincoln Gap, south west of Port Augusta.

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On 31 March 2020, the State Coordinator made a Direction under the Emergency Management Act 2004 to limit surgery to emergency surgery only.

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