Thank you for keeping South Australia COVID Safe.
Lockdown restrictions are easing from Wednesday 28 July 2021.
To protect South Australians, capacity and density limits still apply to certain public activities, businesses, venues and gatherings.
- 1 person per 4 square metres for defined public activities and gatherings.
- Household gatherings limited to 10 people (including people who normally live there). If more than 10 people usually live in a house, the cap isn’t breached but they cannot have visitors.
- Private activities limited to 10 people.
- Seated consumption of food and beverage (outdoors and indoors)
- Weddings, funerals, wedding receptions, wakes:
- at a residential premises – maximum 10 people
- at a licensed premises – as per venue density limit (1 per 4sqm)
- at a venue other than a residential or licensed premises – maximum 50 people (1 per 4sqm)
- No competition between schools, teams or clubs. Sport training can recommence that doesn’t involve interaction with other schools teams or clubs.
- Spectators not permitted at sporting events, or sports or fitness training unless they are present as a caregiver. Only one caregiver allowed per participants.
- Gyms and indoor fitness facilities 1 per 8 sqm. Indoor fitness facilities includes gyms, health clubs, fitness centres, yoga, barre and spin facilities, dance and pilates studios and swimming pools (other than those authorised by used for rehab purposes).
- Dancing not permitted at nightclubs and relevant licensed premises (dancing is permitted by a bridal party at a wedding or at a fitness dance studio where alcohol is not served).
- Onsite purchase and consumption of shisha prohibited.
- No singing indoors, unless it is a performance, an education establishment or a private lesson.
- Masks required in shared indoor public spaces, passenger transport services, health care services, high risk settings, and personal care services. Masks can be removed buy a customer or client if it inhibits the provision of services by a health care service or a personal care service. Other exceptions also apply.
Working from home is still recommended if possible.
For advice on masks visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covidmasks.
More information will be available soon at http://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/.../activities-and-gatherings.