New COVID-19 restrictions 28 June 2021


The Premier Stephen Marshall announced today that new short term COVID-19 restrictions will be implemented from midnight Tuesday 29 June 2021 – Monday 5 July 2021:

  • Masks to be worn in high, at risk, settings – residential aged care and hospitals;
  • Masks are highly recommended to be worn on public transport;
  • The upper limit for private gatherings is 150 people in homes or halls;
  • Licensed premises have a new density requirement of one person per 2m2 with seated consumption of alcohol indoors over the coming week;
  • No communal consumption (buffets);
  • Banning Shisha communal facilities;
  • Restrictions for singing (not educational) but other instances is banned for the next week; and,
  • Masks back in place at indoor, seated, entertainment facilities (up to 75 per cent capacity).

Changes to Council services from this announcement:

  • Choir is cancelled for this week;
  • Council will seek directives from the Commonwealth Home Support Program in relation to home support services;
  • All volunteer drivers (eg of the Community Buses) will need to wear masks;
  • Council will ensure that the cleaning of Council facilities will focus on cleaning all potential touch points.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms please do not attend Council programs, events or buildings.

Please continue to use QR codes to register your attendance at all Council events and facilities.

Need to know more about COVID-19? The Federal Department of Health and SA Health websites are the trusted sources for information.

Stay safe everyone.

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