With the statewide “circuit breaker” lockdown coming into effect just hours after it was announced by authorities, South Australians still have plenty of questions about what they are and are not allowed to do over the next six days.
We posed the most common questions to Premier Steven Marshall, who explained the reasoning behind the hard-line lockdown.
“Indecision plays into the hands of this disease … We’ve acted very, very quickly to protect the people of South Australia,” the Premier said this morning.
But what exactly are we allowed to do? Can we still walk the dog? Is walking to the supermarket classed as exercise? What about custody changeovers?
Take a listen to Premier Steven Marshall answering all your questions here…