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The Governor of South Australia approved a further 28 day extension of the existing Declaration of a Major Emergency, which commenced on 19 September 2020.
South Australia has further eased restrictions for interstate travel, opening its borders with New South Wales.
No changes to Directions at this time. From next Tuesday, operating hours for the Tailem Bend testing station are increasing.
There are no updates this week to South Australian Directions for Essential Travellers, Commercial Transport and Freight Services.
National Cabinet endorsed the Freight Movement Code for the Domestic Border Controls – Freight Movement Protocol to become an enforceable Code.
From 0001 today, the Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel No 11) (COVID-19) Direction 2020 was revoked and replaced by the Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel No 12) (COVID-19) Direction 2020.
As previously advised, National Cabinet endorsed the Freight Movement Code for the Domestic Border Controls – Freight Movement Protocol to become an enforceable Code with each state to implement the code as soon as practical.
Earlier this week a Victorian essential traveller truck driver was advised of a positive COVID-19 test while working in SA.
South Australia is strengthening its border control efforts with the establishment of an additional Command Centre based in the state’s South East.
National Cabinet today endorsed the Freight Movement Code for the Domestic Border Controls – Freight Movement Protocol (the Code).
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