Premier Steven Marshall has announced when people will once again be permitted to enter the state from Victoria.
The Premier revealed during a press conference that South Australia will be opening up the border “within two weeks.”
Those coming from over the border will be subject to a mandatory self-isolation period once they enter SA.
Meanwhile, members of cross-border communities will not be expected to undergo weekly testing as of 12:01 Wednesday morning.
The Premier also announced that the state will once again allow “vertical consumption” to take place at licensed venues, with some restrictions.
South Australia currently has 12 active cases of COVID-19 across the state and has recorded a total of 501 total cases since the pandemic began.
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