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Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel Associated Direction No 28) (COVID-19) Direction 2021, is in effect from today, July 13.
From today, Cross Border Travel Direction No 36 comes into effect restricting entry for those travelling from Victoria’s Greater Melbourne area (including Sunbury).
New directions in effect in South Australia that include updated inclusions to High Community Transmission Zones.
NSW is no longer considered a low transmission zone. Any travellers entering SA from NSW must be deemed an Essential Traveller, an Exempt Arrival, or a Cross Border Community Member.
Commercial transport and freight services requirement to maintain close contact records remains.
Service operators no longer required to have a COVID-19 test before entering SA if arriving from a low community transmission zone. Victoria has been declared a Low Transmission Zone.
SA is operating under Emergency Management (Stay At Home) (COVID-19) Direction 2020.
Clarifications on requirements for those entering from Low Community Transmission Zones and Victoria
Updates to Emergency Management Direction and Road Border Entry Requirements
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.
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