The Cross Border-Associated Direction has been updated in South Australia
The Cross Border-Associated Direction No 10 comes into effect at 12:01 am on Tuesday 18 May 2021.
The changes are:
- New South Wales arrivals- no longer have any COVID-19 testing, quarantine or entry restrictions. This means that:
- People now arriving from New South Wales COVID-19 Case Locations into South Australia are no longer subject to any restrictions.
Victorian and Overseas arrivals are still required to comply with the following restrictions:
- Victoria COVID-19 Public Exposure Sites – People entering SA after 12.23pm Wednesday 12 May 2021 (including Essential Travellers, people genuinely relocating and SA residents) who have been at a Tier 1 or Tier 2 Public Exposure Site at the specified date and time on the Government of Victoria website https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites are subject to Level 6 restrictions and are not permitted to enter South Australia. The majority of these people should already be in 14 days quarantine in Victoria and are not permitted to leave quarantine to travel to South Australia.
- Exemptions apply for people who are escaping domestic violence, but these travellers are still subject to the Level 5 requirements and additional travel exemptions may also be granted with restrictions as determined by SA Health.
- Overseas arrivals (except New Zealand arrivals) – must continue to comply with level 5 requirements.
This Direction should be read in conjunction with the Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel-General)(COVID-19) Direction 2021.
The Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel – Associated Direction No 9)(COVID-19) Direction 2021 has been revoked and replaced by the Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel – Associated Direction No 10)(COVID-19) Direction 2021.