South Australia will lift some coronavirus restrictions from this Friday following pressure from the hospitality sector.
From Friday, indoor dining at cafes and restaurants will be permitted with up to 10 people allowed in any one venue at a time.
Outdoor dining had been allowed in SA from Monday May 11, however, indoor dining remained off the table.
Plans to reinstate indoor dining in SA had previously been scheduled for the Queen’s Birthday public holiday on June 8.
The change will also allow for cafes and restaurants to serve alcohol with meals.
Premier Steven Marshall also flagged that SA will also move to the second stage of easing restrictions earlier than first scheduled.
The change will now occur on June 5 and will increase the number of people who can be served while also allowing cinemas and theatres to reopen.