South Australia has today relaxed its Coronavirus restrictions even more and it will allow many more businesses to re-open.
The one person per four-square metre rule has now been softened to allow one person per two-metres, which means most businesses will be able to double their capacity.
Indoor contact sports are now allowed to resume and food courts and nightclubs can now open again.
Casinos and gaming rooms are now allowed to begin trading and businesses’ spas and saunas can start opening again.
Whole South Australia relaxes, our neighbours in Victoria recorded 49 new cases on Sunday.
South Australia is expected to reopen its borders to Victoria on July 20, however Premier Steve Marshall has said that could change if the outbreak worsens.